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Tshwane set to throw spartan-sized house parties for MSL
SuperSport Park is set to ignite Tshwane with some of the hottest House parties of the summer as part of the 2019 Mzansi Super League (MSL) in what is set to be a truly Spartan fan experience. While the Tshwane faithful have long loved the sizeable grass embankments and the festive atmosphere the stadium is known for, this year the MSL will dial the fan experience all the way up.
“Ke Dezemba” is in the air and Spartan fans who are feeling it can set themselves up to watch all the action from Castle Corner for a good time that’s a whole lot more than just cricket. Performances include:
• Friday, 29 November: Capital Craft Presents Mzansi Hot Summer Night Featuring Little Ringo
• Thursday, 5 December: HomeComing Events Presents Mzansi Deck Party Featuring DBN Gogo
• Sunday, 8 December: Park Acoustics Presents Mzansi Pool Party Featuring Pedro Barboza
It’s not just fiery 20-over cricket that’s back for another season, the ever-popular Tshwane Spartans ‘spoti’ from the first edition of the MSL is set to make a comeback and there is no doubt fans will stream in early to make sure they are one of those selected to get their hands on one.
The flames in the braai area are bound to get as hot as the action on the field and with plenty of kids’ entertainment at the Kids Club – from jumping castles to face-painting – parents won’t need to miss one hot second as the stadium gears itself for fun for a full Spartan family. Our young Spartans can also get tips from the official mascot, Bat Man, on how they can become the next AB de Villiers.
The call is out and there is no doubt that the sporting-pride which gave us The Bulls, Sundowns and SuperSport United will rise from the streets of Mamelodi to trenches of Centurion and show itself on game days at SuperSport Park as it always does. After all, #ThisIsTshwane.
The Spartans open their campaign against Durban Heat on Saturday, 9 November at the Hollywoodbets Kingsmead stadium in Durban before returning home for their first fixture at SuperSport Park. The men in green and red will host the Nelson Mandela Bay Giants in a floodlight encounter on Wednesday, 13 November. Secure your tickets now from ticketpro.co.za.