Q: When does DStv Delicious International Food and Music Festival presented by Vodacom take place?
A: 22nd – 23rd September 2018
Q: Where does
A: Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit, Cnr R55 & Allendale Road, Kyalami, Midrand, Johannesburg
Q: Who is performing?
A: Saturday 22nd September: Womandla featuring Lira, Simphiwe Dana, and Amanda Black | Channel O | Greg The Maestro | DJ Christos | Vinny Da Vinci | Jordan Rakei | DJ Fresh | Oskido | D’Influence | Louie Vega | Jazzanova Live
Sunday 23rd September: Zethe. | Tresor + Sun-El Musician | D’Influence | Liz Ogumbo | DJ Christos | Vinny Da Vinci | DJ Fresh | Oskido | Erykah Badu
Q: What restaurants will there be?
A: Reuben Riffel is bringing a unique Long-Table experience with Coca-Cola
Q: Which tickets are available and how much do they cost?
A: To find out what tickets are available, go to our Admission tab on the website.
Q: Can I bring my child into the lounges & do they need a lounge ticket?
A: No children under the age of 18 will be granted access into areas that serve alcoholic beverages which includes lounges, hospitality units, and GA Bars.
Q: Can I bring my children to the festival?
A: Children are more than welcome! There is an incredible Kids Zone for children between the ages of 3-13. Kids Zone tickets are R280 per child, per day. You can alternatively get your child a standard GA pass to join you on the festival grounds. Children Under 3 years old get free entry into the festival.
Q: Is the event wheelchair friendly?
A: Yes, parking for Wheelchair access is at the VIP Parking Area. They can access the VIP Terrace easily and they can also access the General Access Area via the tunnel. Wheelchair users need to display their Wheelchair status when they drive into the festival. Parents are not permitted to leave their kids under the age of 3 in the Kids Zone, even if accompanied by an older sibling/child. Prams are not permitted inside the Kids Zone.
Q: Can I leave my child inside the Kids Zone while I enjoy the Festival?
A: Yes, there will be trained child minders inside the
Q: Can I buy food at the Festival?
A: Yes. You can buy food from any of the many food traders and food trucks inside the Delicious Mile – our gourmet food market. You can also purchase food at the Coke Food Fest which will boast an array of foods from across different walks of life. Alternatively, you can purchase a Reuben Riffel restaurant ticket where you can enjoy a multi-course meal for lunch or dinner…or both! DStv Delicious International Food and Music Festival presented by Vodacom patrons can expect a huge array of amazing food options.
Q: Can I buy drinks (alcoholic & non-alcoholic) at the Festival?
A: Yes. A variety of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages will be available to buy at one of the many bars situated around the festival grounds. No alcoholic beverages will be served to peoples under the age of 18.
Q: What are the opening and closing times of the Festival?
A: Saturday: 11h00 – 22h00 | Sunday: 11h00 – 21h00
Q: Can I buy tickets on the day at the gate?
A: It is unlikely there will be tickets left at the gate on the Delicious weekend, We advise patrons to buy in advance at deliciousfestival.com
Q: Will there be secure parking available inside the festival grounds?
A: There will be a limited amount of general access parking tickets sold at R100 per vehicle available inside the festival grounds on a first come, first park basis. On-site parking is fully patrolled and secure.
Q: Will there be Park & Ride?
A: Yes. To avoid pre-event traffic, DStv Delicious Festival
Q: What is NOT ALLOWED at the Festival?
A: Beverages – alcoholic or non-alcoholic of any kind including bottled water. Food of any kind. Drugs. Firearms. Glass. Picnic Baskets. Professional photography and videography equipment. Drones.
Q: What is ALLOWED at the Festival
A: Umbrellas. Camp chairs.
Q: What must I bring to the Festival?
A: Sun cream, Cap/hat, sunglasses, something warm for the evening, camera, ID Book / Drivers License, your festival tickets, your Visa contactless enabled card for tap and go payments
Q: Will there be ATMs inside the Festival?
A: No there will not be any ATMs inside the festival. The festival is going cashless so bring your bank card to make payments on the festival grounds.
Q: What is Visa Tap & Pay?
A: An easy and efficient payment mechanism where you can use your current contactless debit and/or credit card to simply tap to pay on a corresponding contactless payment terminal.
Q: How do I use the Visa tap & pay?
A: If you see this sign , you can simply tap and pay with your Visa card.
Q: Is this payment mechanism secure?
A: Visa contactless cards are protected by multiple layers of security including a unique encryption so it is completely safe.
Q: My bank card does not have the
A: You can contact your bank and easily swop your current bank card for a contactless card which you may use before, during, and after the festival.
Q: The festival is going cashless: what does that mean?
A: This means that none of the food traders, bars, or activations will take any cash payments! Should you only have cash, there will be Visa Top-Up Stations to assist you in loading a card with your cash which you can use at the festival and after! You can also bring your normal chip bank card where there will be card terminals across the festival which will accept your payment.
Q: How do I use Visa Checkout to pay for my tickets?
A: Visa Checkout is the easier way to pay online. If you don’t have a Visa Checkout account, you’ll need to enrol and register any bank’s debit or credit card. Once you are set-up, simply add your tickets to your basket and select Visa Checkout as the payment method.