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Slide the City

Slide the City 2015 postponed

Slide the City events will no longer take place this year in light of one of South Africa’s driest seasons in recent years. The severity of the drought that has hit South Africa has led the organisers of Slide the City to postpone the event. For an immediate refund:
– Go to a Shoprite/Checkers/House&Home and Computicket stores if you’ve printed or collected your ticket for a full refund.
– If you haven’t printed your ticket contact the Computicket call centre at 0861-915-8000 to get a refund on your credit card.

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Get ready to slide!

Slide the City is coming to Pretoria! It is 304m long and ends with pool that is 26m long. The slide will have three lanes. We use 840 mattresses underneath the slide. It will take you anything from 45 seconds to one minute to slide down. Tickets will go on sale 1 September via Computicket. Pretoria, 16 and 17 January 2016, Lenchen Avenue, Centurion (Corner of Von Willich Avenue and Jean Avenue)

Pretoria
16 and 17 January 2016
Lenchen Avenue, Centurion (Corner of Von Willich Avenue and Jean Avenue)
Single slide R 99 (Slide once)
Triple Slider R 250 (Slide three times)
Super Slider R 490 (Slide the whole day as many times as you wish)

Rules:

You have to slide in your time slot if you’re a single or triple slider. Report 30 minutes before your time slot starts to register! You have to be 1,2m tall to slide. No exceptions are made. You must agree to the terms and conditions (www.slidethecitysa.co.za). You have to sign an additional indemnity form at the event. Two-hour time slots are allocated to riders – so check your ticket carefully.

Slide Facts:

Slide the City has been carefully planned to ensure that water isn’t wasted. We want you to enjoy this one-of-a-kind experience in an eco-friendly way. Here’s how: The slide is custom designed to use less water. Water is treated and re-circulated along the slide. The innovative water distribution system effectively regulates water flow. Heavy duty vinyl prevents leakage. Water is disposed/re-used back into the community as per city instructions. Water is de-chlorinated for re-use.



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