29 November - 31 December 2019
Did you Know?
More than 90% of the infrastructure for the light is designed and build by the staff
Income is generate by a small entrance fee (R20) and a variety of food stalls like curry and rice, pizzas, boerewors rolls, pancakes, chipstix and sweets and refreshments. The delicious yet affordable foods acts as a massive drawcard
The terrain is abuzz with activity from May each year with preparation for the Liggiefees in full swing six months in advanced.
It’s hardly a surprise considering there are close to a million lights on display!
A Christmas market selling an array of handsome items made its debut in 2018. Visitors to the festival were able to get some last-minute Christmas shopping done while enjoying the lights
Impressive line-up of local artist keep the crowds entertained on selected nights. These performances spark plenty of interest and there’s always a rush to get the best seats in the house.
The presence of Afrikaans musician Jo Black helped us smash all attendance and food sale records in 2018
The Liggiefess is all about spending time with family and the little ones have plenty to keep them entertained. A jumping castle, a kiddies play-area with splash pools and sandpits and a Lasers & Lights shop will keep them busy for hours.