Win Free Tickets (R2,700) to The Grand White Dinner Johannesburg with Edward Chamberlain-Bell on @Radio2Day.

1609572_580387522058467_1902636725_n (1)  The Grand White Dinner in Johannesburg promises to become one of the most prestigious events of the year on the Jozi Social calendar. It’s going to be an extraordinary night picnicking together with friends and family under the stars—at a secret location that will only be revealed three hours before the event begins.

In the meantime you can plan what you’re going to wear and what you’re going to pack into your picnic basket. The dress code is compulsory white with a touch of green. You can “come as you are” in casual white shorts or glamorous white satin dresses but it must be white. If you’re up for a challenge,there are prizes for the best dressed. You can also expect live music, magic and entertainment for people with great style & taste. It’s an opportunity to celebrate life and bring people together. www.TheGRANDWhite.com The official Grand White event wishes to promote elegance and set the standard for extravagant outdoor events in South Africa!

If packing a picnic basket is not your thing then you can buy one in advance to share. They have delicious picnic basket options catering for all foodie tastes and preferences priced as follows:

  • Deluxe Picnic Baskets (R620)
  • Regular Picnic Baskets (R450) 
  • Vegetarian Picnic Baskets (R450)

Each basket serves 2 people. Alcohol is not included but you can take your own or take cash as there will be a cash bar. Tickets vary from R270 to R370 but you can upgrade. Tickets are at a premium because they only have space for 4,000 people but they’ve already sold 3,500. Win 1 of 10 Free Tickets R270 each) ~ If you want to win a double set of tickets – simply tell me what would you include in your ultimate picnic basket. You can also upgrade the tickets.  If you don’t want to risk not getting tickets – buy yours online at GrandWhiteDinner.nutickets.co.za. For further information you can contact GrandWhiteDinner through their website or on Facebook. The Grand White Dinner Johannesburg Edward Chamberlain-Bell Show Radio Today Johannesburg

The Grand White Dinner Johannesburg Edward Chamberlain-Bell Show Radio Today Johannesburg
The Grand White Dinner Johannesburg Edward Chamberlain-Bell Show Radio Today Johannesburg

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  1. madre

    In my basket I would include the following: wine glasses & plastic plates with cutlery, including a bottle of wine, homemade ginger beer, french loaf with homemade hummus, chicken & chickpea salad and fruit skewers with red vervet cupcakes for dessert!

  2. Kimberly Vorster

    In my basket i would have all the essentials such as glasses, plates and cutlery
    I would have a lovely bottle of red wine to share with my partner. Some berry fruit juice to rinse off the palate.
    To eat I would have some lovely ciabattas with soft butter, hummus, olive oil and a selection of cold meats and cheese.
    And finally have some strawberries dipped in chocolate and a range of macaroons.

  3. Theesan Vedan

    In my basket, I would have all cutlery of course (first and foremost). A bottle of Stellenbosch’s finest is obviously needed! My partner loves chocolates, so I would include some Belgian dark. We would take some sushi along. A fine selection of cheeses is also a must! Triple threat chocolate cake for desert. 🙂

  4. Thabo Molemohi

    It will definitely NOT be seafood as Joyce, my wife is allergic – although I LOVE & ADORE seafood. As a compromise, I will include butternut soup & garlic bread

  5. Roxy Meyers

    A basket is incomplete without a few bottles of wine. I would have a lettuce/roasted butternut / danish feta and pomegranate salad as a starter. Mains: selection of cold meats with different cheeses and chiabatta bread and basil pesto. Desert : fruit salad and fresh cream.

  6. Melissa Thuesen

    In my basket I would include biltong, a South African must. The traditional salads and delicious spicy chicken. Dessert would have to be malva pudding heated up before leaving and kept warm. Some hot chocolate wouldn’t be to bad either.

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