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#Basar19 FAQ

Ticket Prices
Early Bird Special: R112 (first 500 tickets only, hurry and get yours NOW!)
Pre-Sale Over 18s: R140
Pensioners: R80
Under 18s (Under 12s are FREE): R80
You can purchase your tickets by clicking here

Altschüler: R80 (available from DSJ Marketing prior to the event only)

Over 18s at the Gate: R160
Pensioners at the Gate: R80
Under 18s (Under 12s are FREE) at the Gate: R80

Date?
#Basar19 takes place on Saturday 25 May 2019 at the Deutsche Internationale Schule Johannesburg

Opening Times
#Basar19 officially opens at 10h00. Ticket sales will begin at 9h00. Gates close at 17h00 and last round in the Beer Tent is at 18h00.

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What Can I Bring?
Any bags brought onto the premises WILL BE searched. The following items are prohibited: glass bottles, weapons, aluminium cans and hazardous material. Alcohol, food, CamelBacks, Hubbly Bubblies and animals are also NOT allowed. The DSJ reserves the right to refuse admission to our premises at any time.

My Ticket Says That I Get A Free Mug, Where Is My Mug?
All over 18s will be issued a mug when they enter the event, our gift to you!

I Have Kids, Can They Come?
YES OF COURSE! While #Basar19 is best known for its beer, it is actually a family event. All our classes, from Kindergarten to Grade 11, run their own activities. We have over 60 different stands (food, drinks, games and activities) which cater for the WHOLE family! As above, children under the age of 12 get in for FREE!

How Do I Pay?
Just like last year, #Basar19 is going cashless with Howler! Our guests won’t be charged for cashless cards and they are yours to keep.

Who’s Playing?
We have some exciting news, watch this space!

What’s Brewing?
For the third year in a row, we are privileged to announce Windhoek Beer as our official sponsor. We are finalising our Craft Beer lineup, watch this space!

What’s Cooking?
Look out for stands selling German specialities such as Matjes, Fleischkäse, Schnitzel, Bratwurst, Currywurst, Eisbein and Kartoffelpuffer. For those of you that don’t enjoy German food or if you fancy something sweet/savoury, we’ve got you covered!