It's all systems go for 2017 Plett Rage (with more safety measures in place)

As matric exams come to an end, matriculants are looking forward to partying in Plettenberg Bay.

The annual event known as Plett Rage, brings together thousands of matric students to the coastal holiday town for a week filled with celebrations.

Spokesperson for Plett Rage, Ronen Klugman, says it's all systems go for the 1 December bash and all security measures are in place to ensure everyone is safe during the festival.

The festival space where we host the festival at night is a zero driving space, that means you cannot drive to the festival.

Ronen Klugman, Plett Rage spokesperson

The only way to get through the doors is to buy the transport solution which we are providing, branded cars, or you get dropped off by a friend because there is no parking space on site.

Ronen Klugman, Plett Rage spokesperson

This eliminates drinking and driving 100% and makes the event a whole lot safer...

Ronen Klugman, Spokesperson for Plett Rage

To hear the rest of the interview, listen below:


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