Saturday, 3 June
18h30 – 23h00
381 Helen Joseph Street, Pretoria Central – MAP
GETTING THERE AND BACK
Coaches will leave the CSIR ICC promptly at 18h00 and return to the CSIR ICC beginning at 22h00.
Self-drives can find parking at the venue, the parking address is 216 Sisulu Street, Pretoria Central. A map and directions can be found here
WHAT TO EXPECT
Experience Tshwane city life in all of its urban-chic sophistication. Come out and play like a local at one of the city’s most urbane locations. Upon arrival welcome drinks will be served in the courtyard under a clear and crisp sky. Browse at the local artisans’ stands and enjoy the music. The annual industry awards will be presented as SAACI honours its best and brightest – always a lively occasion. Dinner is a three-course plated affair, but not just the same old same old. Expect the unexpected and prepare to love the food!
Dress to impress in your urban chic best – with something warm just in case.
Attendance requires the purchase of a ticket for R550. If you’d like to bring a guest, you can purchase an additional ticket for R550 via the online registration system.
NOTE: Limited complimentary drinks, cash bar available
ABOUT 012CENTRAL, IN THEIR OWN WORDS
“Tshwane is the Jacaranda City, one of our nation’s capitals, and a student hub. This vibrant city has been well known and loved by many, and the team at 012central has been working tirelessly to breathe new life into its well-trodden streets by creating unique venues for the public and the creative industries.
Since 2012 012central has become more than a collection of buildings. It is a heartbeat, a chorus and an answer to a cry for the re-invigoration of our capital city. It is a place where creativity lives, where entertainment thrives and where the people it serves can feel at home.
012central, as its name implies, is the centre of the Tshwane area, and the centre of commerce, entertainment and creativity within Tshwane. This prime location was identified by City Property as the ideal spot in the inner city to come out and play.”