-a call to the early morning stars that play out late.

GLOBAL FESTIVITY

Corona SunSets feature more than eight flagship festivals and close to 4,000 events of various size and intimacy worldwide, celebrating the exhilarating transformation that takes place around the world at sunset.

Spellbound by the rapturous euphoria that lit up Cape Town in 2016, Corona Sunsets relocate to Ground, Muldersdrift Johannesburg; geared to deliver the sexiest and smoothest of festivals on Saturday, 1st of April 2017.

Jo’burg may not have an ocean view, but none can take from her iridescent sunsets. Ocean or not – this particular vista – as the sun sinks below, the spectacular treeline at Ground is guaranteed to be one for the books. Add some of the world’s freshest music, in a venue that’s hard to beat, and you have a festival that may literary raise the roof.

As with all Corona festivals around the world, this event will feature two dance floors, The Crown and Griffin Stages, each with its own unique and scintillating lineup. 

The Crown Stage will feature:

·         Robin Schulz

·         Gorgon City

·         Kentphonik

·         Culoe De Song

·         Black Motion

·         Timo ODV

·         Sketchy Bongo

·         Aewon Wolf

·         Kyle Deutsch

·         Tresor

·         Strange Loving

·         The Kiffness

·         Pop Art Live

·         The Milk Bar Kid

Griffin Stage:

·         Lovebirds

·         Jazzuelle

·         Da Capo

·         Lulo Cafe

·         Phat Jack

·         Julian Gomes

·         Ricky H

·         Tomorrows Will

·         Chris De Vos

·         Kid Fonque

R250: Sunrise              (Sold Out)

R350: Sunshine          (Sold Out)

R450: Sunset               (Sold Out)

R550: Eclipse               (Phase 3)


Tickets are available exclusively from www.coronaextra.co.za

STRICTLY NO UNDER 18s ALLOWED. ALL ATTENDEES WILL REQUIRE IDENTIFICATION TO ENTER THE EVENT (ONLY ORIGINAL ID BOOK/CARD, DRIVERS LICENCE CARD OR PASSPORTS WILL BE ACCEPTED).

Experience festival magic in one of its most scintillating and rarest forms.