This New Years Eve will never be the same again with The East City Block Party. Boasting a whopping 7 dance arenas with no less than 3 international DJ’s, this is event is not to be missed. With each dance floor featuring an absolutely unique sound attached to it, you can expect top DJ’s in their respective genres jamming some sick beats.

The Assembly will be featuring a filthy indie electro dance floor while The Annex will be featuring a driving Electro sound, The Temple will have Dubstep to rock your socks, Chevelle will be nice and vibey with some sick House, R&B and Hip Hop sounds and finally Que Pasa features a bit of Salsa and Commercial.

This event is more than enough to keep your heart beating at lightning fast speeds throughout the night as we move into our new year. The multiple venues, Thunderous Sound Rigs, Trippy Visuals, VJ’s, Gorgeous dancers, Fire dancers, Live Acts and Entertainment, flowing Champagne and a whole lot more promises that this event is a must if you are in Cape Town.

The event features DJ’s such as: Jeff Doubleu (Potatoheads – UK), Hijack (Union Jack records – UK), Sam World (Global DJs Qatar), Doombox (JHB), MC Heavy (JHB), Pascal & Pearce, El Gordo, Riot Squad, SFR, Hyphen, Pziezzo Electric, Das Kapital, Bruce Willis, Kennedy, Multicrisis, Sex & Smut and many other awesome DJ’s that will keep your ears ringing for days to come.

So what will it cost?

Early Bird tickets are available at the insanely low cost of R150.
Standard Tickets are R200 Presold
VIP Tickets are R300 Presold

Tickets are available from Webtickets

What can you expect as a VIP?

  • Access to exclusive VIP floors and access to the Balkanology New World Eve outdoor event happening in the middle of it all at the Harrington Street parking lot.
  • Many more other surprises on the night

So if you in the mood for a very vibrant and messy NYE then the East City Block Party is the place to be.

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Happy Partying


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All tickets were sponsored by The Assembly

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