So Happy, Cape Town’s vibrant and magical festival returns next month.


Next month we celebrate a smashing third birthday edition of So Happy Carnival taking place at the exquisite and magical Fort Simon Wine Estate on 7th April 2017. Once again expect world-class entertainment, super-styling candy floss girls, gorgeous mermaids, acrobatic and aerial acts including stilt walkers, tightrope extravagance, sensational fire breathers, aerial hoop acts, major confetti and CO2 cannons and of course, mind-blowing stage production and one helluva lineup!

Beyond their electrifying lineup which includes GoodLuck, Crazy White Boy, Dean Fuel x Danalog and much more,  there will also be various carnival-style games and activations with prizes to be won throughout the day – including but not limited to saloon shootout, high striker, giant soccer dart board and an archery game. The Festival organisers have also got all attendees sorted with an eclectic Carnival Market with scrumptious food stalls, makeup and face painting glam stations to add some more flavour to your carnival festival outfits and overall experience. And to jus to level up all that pizzazz there will also be an exclusive tented VIP area with 20 lounge pockets and private bar on offer too!

Posted by So Happy on Tuesday, 27 February 2018

 

The So Happy Carnival experience has become one of the most unique and most anticipated creative themed events on South Africa’s entertainment calendar. It is an outdoor music festival with a twist – dress up, show up and become a part of a carnival fantasy where you headline your very own experience – every aspect of the event will ensure all festival goers ultimate satisfaction. 

According to event producer Ryan Shandel “[They] will be showcasing a mock-up wedding altar, gourmet food trucks, carnival ride, interactive games, MC/ring leader to welcome guests, as well as a knock-out line-up including Good Luck, Crazy White Boy, Dean Fuel, Danalog, James Copeland Toby 2 Shoes, Thank Me Later, Ronald Rowley, Karoo, Jnn Kpn and Bambeano.”

The organisers also want attendees to know the festival and its efforts don’t go completely in vain and that the brand strives to prolong “The Happiness” beyond the event and pay it forward with their very own charity initiative. {roceeds from the event will be donated to The Smile Foundation – a South African NGO with an holistic health care vision for children with facial conditions.

With so much “feel good” vibes, consideration and love that is filtered into this event, it’s truly no wonder it’s called So Happy Festival. It’s an honest party with a cause. For more information about this eclectic and vibrant gathering, join the event page, follow their fanpage or simply skip all that and get straight to it book your ticket to Happiness right here. 

 

 


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