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GrandWest to host 2017 Cape Town Motor Show

2017-01-09 13:01

ALMOST TIME: The Cape Town Motor Show will be hosted at the GrandWest Casino, Cape Town, over the last weekend of January 2017. Image: Supplied

Cape Town - GrandWest is getting revved for a thrilling weekend of pimped up cars and trucks, growling engines, exhilarating sound and pulse raising drifting from 27 to 29 January 2017 when the Cape Town Motor Show hits the Grand Arena and Sun Exhibits.

Packed entertainment

The Cape Town Motor Show promises car enthusiasts adrenalin pumping action and loads of automobile inspired excitement, with cars and trucks on display, demonstrations, live entertainment, stalls and food. 

Elouise Matthys, PR and promotions manager at GrandWest, said: “GrandWest is thrilled to play host to the 2017 Cape Town Motor Show.

"Our vibrant and energetic brand, as well as our great location, infrastructure and ability to host locally and internationally acclaimed events, makes GrandWest a fitting venue for shows of this nature and stature.

"We look forward to welcoming car enthusiasts to the event."

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The show will be open from 10am to 6pm, daily. Tickets are available at Computicket and cost R60 for children (aged 12 to 17) as well as pensioners, R100 per adult (general admission) and R250 for a family package (two adults and two children over 12).

Children under 12 enter for free.

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