rAgeExpo2020

Back for its 18th year as SA’s biggest and most popular annual gaming event, rAge is gearing up to deliver an adrenaline-filled three days of fun, as visitors Escape to Planet rAge.
 
Your rAge ticket gives you access to the entire expo: all the displays and activities on the show floor, all the latest in gaming hardware and software, all the stage entertainment, all the esports spectating, cosplay, geek arts and culture, locally developed games on the home_coded stand, and a wide variety of gaming apparel and accessories to buy. There’s so much to see and do, guaranteeing a full weekend’s worth of excitement and entertainment!
 
In addition to the abundance of new games to play and the latest gaming hardware to try out, visitors will be able to get their hands on great show specials, enter competitions and giveaways, and try out some cool gaming experiences on the show floor.



 
rAge is a place where you can escape your reality for a single day or even the whole weekend. Sound like fun? rAge will sledgehammer your heart and ignite your imagination!

Event Dates/Times:

Friday 4 September – 10h00-18h00

Saturday 5 September – 09h00-18h00

Sunday 6 September – 09h00-16h00


Ticket Prices:

Day Pass – R160 per person (ticket valid for entry for one day only)

Weekend Pass – R320 per person (ticket valid for entry for all three days)

Children under 6 are free

 

The following tickets are only available to purchase at the door:

Family Pass – R540 per family (ticket valid for one day for 2 adults + 2 children aged between 6 & 18)

Student Pass – R110 per person (ticket valid for Friday only upon presentation of valid student card)


Read more > Source & credit: http://www.rageexpo.co.za/event/rage-2019/

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