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One of the East Rand’s most popular events venues, Carnival City are currently expanding to include a super versatile new venue to host large events.
Sun Park brings creative experiences to life at Carnival City and this expansive, multipurpose venue responds to a growing demand for a versatile and innovative facility to stage large events. The state of the art Sun Park features semi-permanent flexible infrastructure, built around a sophisticated grid that can be arranged into any configuration.
Carnival City’s Sun Park incorporates a marquee structure, deck and an outdoor beach area, offering the facilities and support services of an indoor events venue, with the flexibility of an outdoor space. The Sun Park grid spans 3 000 square metres and a beach area, complete with real beach sand.
“Sun Park can rapidly bring large events to life. The semi-permanent modular design of Sun Park is based on internationally proven expo parks. Whether you want outdoor, indoor, multiple or triple-story structures, Sun Park is easily transformed. Due to the flexibility of the semi-permanent Sun Park infrastructure and the sophisticated grid that gives you easy access to amenities, it’s quick and easy to build any type of event, of various sizes or configuration,” says Rory Phelan, Business Development Manager: Sun Sales.
With Sun Park’s modular design, the customizations are limitless and there is access to all amenities for bringing even the most over-the-top events to life – from food festivals, product launches and banquets to exhibitions, concerts, pageants and other experiences. The infrastructure offers water, electricity, WiFi, an office and storage space.
Since its inception, Carnival City’s Sun Park has staged a variety of events including The Carnival City Battle of the DJs, and The East Rand Sring festival amongst others.
With this comes the promise of bigger and more diverse experiences for their customers and community, and the unique mix of an undercover marquee and outdoor beach makes it ideal for festivals as well.
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