Party into 2017 at a New Year’s Eve beach party
If you’re in KZN for the holidays and plan on seeing in the New Year here, there’s no better way to do that than on the beach.
All along the KZN coast, towns have latched on to the concept of beach parties and they are growing in popularity amongst locals as well as holidaymakers. From Zinkwazi to Margate – you’re spoilt for choice.
Beach Bums on Casuarina Beach in Westbrook has definitely become an institution in Durban. No holiday is complete without having a cocktail on the beach while enjoying really good food.
During the week guests can enjoy a music programme that blends various genres of music. DJs perform every Friday and Saturday and Sundays are dedicated to live music with different bands appearing every week.
Ballito Street Party
The Ballito New Year’s Eve Street Party, while not strictly a beach party, promises to be great fun. With four dance floors, this year’s party has been taken up notch and also includes a fabulous live component.
Tickets are R400 per person. Visit newyearsevesa.co.za/ballito for more information.
Southbroom New Year’s Beach Party
If you’re further down the of KZN, there’s no need to travel to Durban for a good time. Set on the water’s edge with a spectacular beach view, the Southbroom New Year’s Beach Party is the place to be.
With a mind-blowing sound and lighting rig and some of SA’s top DJs such as Chunda Munki (Joburg), Vimo (Joburg), Veranda Panda and Ryan Stylz, the event attracts thousands of party goers every year.
Time: Gates open at 6pm
Venue: Southbroom Main Beach, KZN South Coast
Cost: General – R220 pre-sold & R250 on the day; VIP: R350 pre-sold & R400 on the day. Purchase them at Computicket.
No under 18s are allowed and organisers remind revellers to adhere to the rules of the road and drink responsibly!
These are just some of the hot and happening parties taking pace in and around Durban during the holidays.
What are your party plans for New Year’s Eve. Drop me a mail or comment to keep me up to speed.