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Pure & Crafted SA returns to Jozi for 2nd installment

Remember yesteryear’s Pure & Crafted festival? Motorcycle and music enthusiasts can look forward to the return of Pure&Crafted SA 2017 festival. Presented by BMW Motorrad, the motorcycle division of the BMW Group, Pure&Crafted SA is a celebration of food, music, vintage BMW and custom motorcycles. Starting at 11 am and finishing the following day at 2am, the festival will take place at the Ground in Muldersdrift on Saturday, 30 September 2017

Inspired by Pure&Crafted Berlin, Pure&Crafted SA is a festival celebrating the global custom motorcycle culture. Pure&Crafted SA offers everyone from motorcycle enthusiasts to music lovers the opportunity to experience BMW Motorrad’s Heritage motorcycle range, local and international live acts, gourmet food stalls, bespoke clothing and motorcycle paraphernalia stalls, tattoo parlours, stunt shows and so much more.

Festival goers can look forward to motorcycle stunt rider performances, while novice riders will have the opportunity to learn how to ride with BMW Motorrad accredited instructors at the Smoking Rubber Arena.

This years’ musical line-up includes two international music acts, Lost Frequencies and Nora en Pure and 18 top South African acts including Black Motion, Dean Fuel, Matthew Mole, Bantwanas featuring Ryan Murgatroyd, Blanka Mazimela & Friends, Abby Nurock, DJ Fresh, Euphonik, Tomorrow’s Will, Warren Bokwe, Strange Loving, Kyle Watson, Kyle Worde, Timo ODV, Ricky H, Bianca Blanc, The Rocketeers and Chunda Munki.

For a limited time only, Pure&Crafted SA Early Bird tickets will be on sale for only R200. Tickets are available at

Papi Mabele
Tech enthusiast at heart. Lover of all things digital. Papi is the founder of SA Vibe and has been sharing his love for gadgetry since 2010. Papi sees no need for wearable tech in his busy schedule and considers the Xbox One as non existant. He may come across as bias at times, and still holds a grudge at BlackBerry for creating the 8520.