Thursday, 5 March
08:00 – 23:00
Friday, 6 March
08:00 – 23:00
Saturday, 7 March
08:00 – 23:00
Sunday, 8 March
08:00 – 17:00
ENTRY FEES AT THE GATES (5 – 8 MARCH)
Senior Citizens (60+)
ID to be presented
Children (6-12 years)
CHEAPER ENTRANCE tickets (adults) @ R75.00 on sale from Monday, 27 January until Wednesday, 4 March 2020. Ticket outlets to be advised. Early Bird tickets will also be available from Computicket from 27 January 2020.
BORN ON 29 FEBRUARY (any year)? Then you qualify for a FREE entrance ticket! Simply produce your ID to provide proof of your Date of Birth at the Show office during office hours from Monday, 27 January to Wednesday, 4 March, or at any one of the Show entrance gates from Thursday, 5 to Sunday, 8 March.
Lots of flat, secure parking.
- Formal parking areas – outside the Show grounds – R20.00
- Formal parking on the Show grounds (Rugby Field, Cricket Field) – R25.00 per vehicle.
- Disabled parking – entry through Gate 1 in Homestead Avenue. Drive past VIP parking, turn right and park in front of concrete wall alongside the pavilion. Watch out for the pointers.
Show visitors park at their own risk. Randfontein Publicity Association nor the Local Rand West City Local Municipality will be held liable for any loss or damage.
- Plenty of clean toilets with soap dispensers and toilet paper supplied.
- Wheelchair friendly toilets:
-Show Hall area – one in Men’s toilets
-Show Hall area – one in Women’s toilets
-One unisex portable toilet behind the A field – close to Mobile Home Supply stall
Please click here for a comprehensive list of accommodation near the Show grounds.
Please click here for directions / map / GPS coordinates.
ALCOHOL AND WEAPONS
No cooler boxes, own liquor, firearms, drugs or weapons will be allowed to be brought onto the Show grounds. Gatekeepers, police and security personnel are within their rights to search suspicious looking bags and containers as visitors enter the show.
Show visitors should be aware that Randfontein has strict liquor laws that govern the area (Liquor Law 2 of 2003, Article 127e) and police have warned that anyone found drinking in public outside the Show grounds, even in their cars, will be arrested. No drinking or parties will be allowed in taxi drop-off zones or the surrounding streets.
Police officials have said they will follow the law to the letter and will not tolerate any abuse and that strong action will be taken against those found to be breaking the law.
There are a number of specially demarcated areas on the Show grounds where visitors can sit back and relax and enjoy their drink of choice. The Randfontein Rugby Club, Castle Kuierskuur, Kobus-se-Gat Restaurant (B Field) and new Fiesta Kuiergat (A Field) are licensed to serve alcohol to persons over the age of 18. No person may walk around the grounds with alcohol. Police have warned that anyone who breaks the law in this respect will be removed from the premises and their liquor confiscated.