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Ballito’s first Tequila and Mexican Food Fest draws crowds and praise

The festival has been held five times in Pretoria since its first iteration in 2018.

Ballito’s first Tequila and Mexican Food Fest proved a hit with locals and tourists alike last weekend.

Hosted at Sheffield’s Manor House venue on Saturday, the event offered a variety of cuisine via food trucks and a packed line-up of music artists.

Desmond and the Tutus’ lead singer Shane Durrant enjoyed some time singing in amongst the crowd.
John Williams and Bailey Kemper.

December Streets, Desmond and the Tutus, Droomsindroom and Francois van Coke, among others, all performed to a large crowd over the course of the afternoon.

Tony Farinha, Monique Theron, Ronnie Albertse, George Farinha and Mario Dorazio.

The festival has been held five times in Pretoria since its first iteration in 2018 and has grown to become one of Gauteng’s best loved.

The mechanical bull proved a popular attraction as the day went on.

Ballito was picked as the location for the first expansion and it proved a smart choice by organisers given its popularity.


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