Celebrating All Things Gin At This Year’s SA Gin Festival In Johannesburg

The SA Gin Festival is coming to Johannesburg! The festival, which is said to be Joburg’s ‘biggest gin festival’, is set to take place at the Ground Cafe in Muldersdrift on 5 October 2019.

Yes, Schweppes and the SA Gin Society are bringing you the second annual SA Gin Festival.

SA Gin Festival: What to expect

This year, you can expect a variety of top gin distillers, amazing food trucks, live music and incredible DJs, including the one and only Holly Rey.

So, gather your friends and come through to the SA Gin Festival for a great day from 11:00 until 20:00. Your ticket price also includes a complimentary glass and three tasting tokens per person. Picnic blankets are welcome plus children under the age of 18 accompanied by an adult may enter free of charge.

Tickets details:

Tickets cost R180 per person for general access, or R1 800 per person for VIP access (this ticket includes access to the VIP lounge, a gin glass, a bottle of gin, six mixers, three gin tasting tokens, a complimentary neck or foot massage and complimentary food served in the VIP lounge). Festival-goers can get their tickets via Howler.

About the SA Gin Society:

Needless to say, the SA Gin Society is all about gin!

“We are passionate about the art, craft and skill that goes into making a quality gin,” states their official website. “We act as a platform for local gin distilleries to showcase their products through our monthly events.

“As an organisation we aim to educate, promote and cultivate an appreciation for finely crafted gin amongst South African consumers. Our events are informative and educational, but we don’t take ourselves too seriously. We enjoy sharing our passion for gin and showcasing its versatility.”


Written by How South Africa

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