Rage Festival is the light at the end of the tunnel; an experience marking the end of your high school journey – but also the start of an exciting new chapter in your life!
Plett Rage will be by your side every step of the way – encouraging you to give your all, be present, take risks and make the most of all the milestones a matric year has to offer. We urge you to think of Plett Rage as a companion; by your side as you experience all that your matric year has to offer.
We hope for you to see your Rage celebration as the light at the end of the matric tunnel but also encourage you to be present, and to fully immerse yourself in all that your 2020 journey has to offer.
Let us know what’s happening throughout your matric year by tapping into the hashtag #MyMatricJourney & tagging us on your socials – we want to know what the matric experience means to you!
PLETT RAGE 2021: VACCINATION REQUIRED TO ATTEND
“The Western Cape is considering a plan that would require proof that people are fully vaccinated against Covid-19 before they are allowed to enter nightclubs and other entertainment venues.” – iol.co.za (17 August 2021)
We have split the traditionally one-week-long festival into two four-day events to keep numbers low in the light of last year’s COVID-19 spread that took place at Durban Rage 2020.
As organisers of Plett Rage, we believe that by not trading in 2020, examining what happened at Durban Rage, and with a better understanding of COVID-19 by the medical community, we
we will be able to take on the mammoth task of unlocking the South African music industry as Europe & the United States have started to do.
“What better way to be able to get back into a nightclub than via the vaccine? I think we also need to say to our younger people that when they come … they must bring a plus one.” – Premier Alan Winde.
In addition to needing proof of vaccination, attendees will also be required to present a negative PCR test taken no longer than 72 hours before their weekend.
Upon arrival, organisers will test each Rager with a rapid antigen test before receiving a wristband. Due to Plett Rage being a multi-day event, we will also enforce another rapid antigen test before Ragers return home.
We will adhere to the COVID-19 restrictions implemented by the Western Cape government in subject to the approval of an event to take place, within the restriction on gatherings legislation.
One month before the festival we will have a status meeting with all the relevant parties. We will also monitor the possibility of a 4th COVID-19 wave, before giving the festival the go-ahead. All patrons will receive a full refund, less Howler booking & banking fees, should the event stakeholders not go ahead with the event one month prior.
Give your feedback on the statement by clicking on this “Vaccination Requirement Survey” link.