Get ready to ride that rickshaw right into the middle of the hottest jol this side of the solar system. On Saturday, September 24, The Morning Rave is celebrating Heritage Day. The intergalactic breakfast-fitness party kicks off at 7am at 8 Morrison Street and pays homage to that “ultra-special Mzansi-dancing magic.”
“Bring your boets, bring the ballies, chinas and tannies, even the gogo’s and cuzzies, cause this jol is for everyone,” say the organisers.
The Heritage Edition is brought to revelers by creative messaging agency, Nine to Fives, with local brand Tomy Takkies and fresh food store; Food Lovers’ Market. It is the fourth instalment of this electric social fitness party, with state of the art sound, lighting, and entertainment promised.
Veranda Panda will keep partygoers hip-hopping on the dance floor with their 100% proudly South African “choons”. East Coast Radio presenter and yoga guru Keri Miller will be there to stretch out the old chops.
Once warmed up, get ready to turn up the heat with the sculpted swag of Statik. Two-left feet? No problem, these okes will have you dancing like Madiba at the Rugby World Cup final. If you prefer a more traditional workout, ElliptiGo will be there with their elliptical trainers for a full-steam workout. Yoga-Kidz will keep the little ones calm with simple, fun yoga exercises developed especially for children.
Food Lovers’ Market will provide a nutritious breakfast at the “Wild Oats Bar” for free, consisting of fresh fruit, yoghurt and crunchy muesli, to keep engines fired up and ready to rumble.
The Morning Rave and Tomy Takkies will be doing their part for the less fortunate on the day. Bring through an old, decent pair of shoes that they can donate to a needy individual, and you will get a brand-spanking new pair of Genuine Tomy Takkies.
All donated shoes will be donated to The Robin Hood Foundation’s Choose Your Shoes Spring 2016 campaign, whereby they will be putting shoes on the feet of 1000 orphaned and vulnerable children in Amaoti in October.
* Tickets at R100 can be bought online at Webtickets; or pay R120 at the door.
Kids under 12 are free.