The brand says that it felt the need to postpone the event to 2021 in an effort to ensure the health and safety of fans.
"Under the current event rules, we are unable to bring Castle Lite 'Unlocks' to life at the scale consumers expect. We also know that despite being in Level 1, COVID-19 is still a reality and the health and safety of our consumer will always be our number one priority," says Castle Lite brand director Silke Bucker.
"We can confirm Cardi B will still be coming to South Africa to give her 'Bardigang' a performance they will never forget despite the event no longer happening in 2020," adds Bucker,
The Castle Lite 'Unlocks' international headliner will be joined on stage by other names in the local and African Hip-Hop scene, who will aim to ensure that the vibes go 'all the way to sub-zero temperatures'.
As previously mentioned, consumers who purchased tickets will be happy to know that those tickets will still be valid for the new performance date. Castle Lite will be in direct contact with these consumers regarding the ticket exchange.
Consumers who wish to no longer attend the event are, however, also entitled to a refund through our ticketing merchant, TicketPro. Refund procedures will also be communicated to valid ticket holders.
Consumers wishing to get their hands on tickets for the 2021 experience will have to wait until Castle Lite announces the new date.
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