The Rage Festival owners are thrilled to announce the return of the festival after a two-year hiatus. With the conclusion of the 2022 matric exams, the focus now shifts to celebrating the end of 12 years of schooling. After the COVID-19 pandemic led to the postponement of planned Rage parties and subsequent challenges, the festival is making a comeback.
The 20th Rage Festival is scheduled from December 2 to December 10, offering an opportunity for matriculants from across the country to come together for this iconic event. While attendance and sponsorship levels are not yet at pre-COVID levels, there’s determination to rebuild the brand and create an unforgettable experience for the class of 2022.
CEO of G&G Productions and founder of Rage, Greg Walsh, emphasizes that the strict health and safety protocols required during the pandemic are no longer a significant concern. The event will adhere to event legislature and health and safety requirements specified in the Sasria act. The festival’s risk level will be categorized based on crowd size and public figures attending, ensuring a safe and enjoyable environment.
In line with the current societal trends in the hospitality space, the festival aims to provide a secure, lively, and high-energy atmosphere for the class of 2022, embracing a sense of normalcy while marking the end of their school journey.