Family friendly

Hartenbos Seefront Silent Disco | NSRI Fundraiser

Fri Mar 22, 17:00 - Fri Mar 22, 19:00

Hartenbos Seefront Centre Court


Get ready to groove to the beat while supporting NSRI Mossel Bay. With your headphones on, you'll be transported into a world of music, where you can switch between channels to suit your mood, from Afrikaans Pop to 80's Hits. Dance to your favourite tunes while knowing that your participation is making a difference in ensuring the safety of our coastal community.

Date: Friday, 22 March 2024

Time: 17:00 to 19:00

Venue: Hartenbos Seefront

Address: 156 Paardekraal Ave, Hartenbos, Mossel Bay, 6520

Ticket proceeds will directly benefit the NSRI, contributing to their vital efforts in safeguarding our shores and saving lives at sea. Don't miss this opportunity to dance for a cause and make a splash in supporting our local heroes!

Grab your tickets now and let's dance with purpose at the Silent Disco for NSRI. See you on the dance floor!

About the NSRI:

The National Sea Rescue Institute is the NGO that saves lives on South African waters.

With rescue bases along the coast and inland, the volunteer rescue organisation set out to save those who find themselves in peril on water. Through these actions, the NSRI is Saving lives, Changing lives, Creating futures. One of the organisation's busiest recue bases is NSRI Mossel Bay. The rescue base has been serving the community of Mossel Bay and the surrounding areas for 53 years and is the only Class 1 rescue base between Hermanus and Gaeberha. The base is manned by a diverse group of highly skilled and trained volunteers who respond to every callout with passion and commitment - not only for those they set out to rescue, but also for their fellow crew members. They are on call 24/7/365 and offer up their time, expertise and often risk their own lives to save others, without compensation. Even though NSRI Mossel Bay has more than 50 years of history, the rescue base will continue to have a positive impact on the community (local and visitors to the area), it has become such a prominent part of.