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Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

Where is the Berlin Race Course?

It is about 35 kilometres from East London on the 102 off N2 to King Williamstown from East London.

You will arrive in 30 minutes if you are doing an average speed of 70km per hour.

If you travel at 100km per hour, you should reach Berlin in 21 minutes

While driving at 120km per hour from East London to Berlin, you will get there in 18 minutes

How much is the Entry fee in this event?
Where do I get a ticket for the Marquee Village?
What To Bring
How do I get there?
Is there Car Parking at the Venue?
Catering?

All event caterers must be accredited by the event organisers and the Buffalo City Health & Safety Department.

How do I become a sponsor or event partner?
Who do I talk to if I want to have a corporate Marquee at the Berlin November?
Public Catering
How do established designers take part in the Berlin November Fashion?
How do I enlist myself a model on the day?
What are the judging criteria for all the fashion competitions including the raceday on track competitions?
Who judges the fashion competitions? How are judges selected?

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

PARKING

If you have parked illegally your car may be towed away.

 

AMBUSH MARKETING

In order to protect the rights of our sponsors please note that only official sponsors’ promotional material can be worn or displayed in any way. This includes handouts of any kind. This will be strictly enforced.

 

CHILDREN

A children’s village is available on site for the safety and entertainment of children. Parents are responsible for and are requested to control the activities of their children at all times

 

BETTING

No Betting is allowed

 

PRIZE MONIES

In terms of the Financial Intelligence Centre Act (No 38 of 2001), any person depositing, betting or collecting R25 000 or more must provide their full name, proof of identity and contact details.

 

PROHIBITED ITEMS

The following items are prohibited: – firearms and ammunition, dangerous knives and weapons including imitation weapons, explosives, teargas, mace or similar airborne chemical agents;

banners, flags or clothing with either vulgar, racist, sexist, discriminatory and/or offensive content; narcotics.

No charcoal or gas braais or open fires are permitted anywhere on course at Berlin Racecourse.

 

TRACK CROSSING

The racetrack is strictly out of bounds at all times.  PLEASE DO NOT ATTEMPT TO CROSS THE RACETRACK UNLESS IT IS AT A DEDICATED MANNED CROSSING AREA.

 

LOOK AFTER YOUR POSSESSIONS!

Racegoers are respectfully reminded to look after their possessions AT ALL TIMES on raceday and PARTICULARLY AFTER SUNSET.

 

 

DISCLAIMER NOTICE:

ENTER AT OWN RISKPersons entering these premises do so at own risk. Legends Gaming Promotions (pty) ltd, its sponsors & their employees, directors, management, sub-tenants & sub-contractors (the parties) are not liable to any persons in respect of any death, injury, loss, theft, or damage sustained whilst on these premises, howsoever arising & whether or not such death, injury, loss, theft, or damage is as a result of the fault or negligence (by act or omission) of the parties.Right of admission reserved.Trespassers will be prosecuted.

 

NOTICE

To protect the rights of sponsors only official sponsors’ promotional material may be worn or displayed in any way. This will be strictly enforced.

There will be no refunds on purchased tickets.

 

It is South Africa's premier traditional horse racing event staged in November yearly in Berlin outside East London in the Eastern Cape.

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