Linkin Park Cape Town: Dos and don'ts

Cape Town – Big Concerts has released a list of things that will not be permitted at Linkin Park's Cape Town show as well as answers to frequently asked questions.

The gates for Linkin Park's show on Wednesday 7 November in Cape Town will open at 17:00. Opening act KONGOS will start at 20:00 followed by Linkin Park at 21:00.

The Fan Walk to the stadium will be open from 18:00.


1. Do allow enough transport time and entry time ss the transport and entry systems will be under pressure with the very large crowd. For all transport details click here.
2. Do bring cash - as there are no ATM's inside the stadium – to buy food, drinks and merchandise.
3. Do bring photo ID as proof that you are older than 18 - for those intending to consume alcohol.
4. Do behave yourself - behaving in a manner that is dangerous or unacceptable will result in a person being refused admission and/or removed from the venue with no refund on the ticket.
5. Do produce your ticket when requested to do so and only sit in the seat indicated on your ticket.
6. Do co-operate during security inspections and body checks.


1. Don't stage diving, mosh, climb or crowd surfing – these activities are prohibited for your own safety.
2. Don't stand on seats.
3. Don't enter restricted areas within the stadium.
4. Don't smoke in the stadium - only smoke in designated areas.
2. Don't bring the following items into the stadium:

•  Glass bottles or containers or other heavy and/ort sharp objects, which could potentially be used as projectiles (excluding sunglasses, binoculars and prescription or reading glasses)
•  Any illegal drugs
•  Skateboards, scooters, roller blades or bicycles
•  Knives, weapons of any nature or fireworks
•  Any object that could be used to distract, hinder or interfere with any performer including laser pointers and flashlights
•  Flags with poles, large flags or banners that may obstruct the view of other patrons
•  Any whistle, horn, musical instrument, loud hailer, public address system
•  Digital, electronic or other recording or broadcast device
•  Any item that you intend to distribute, hawk, sell, offer, expose for sale or display for marketing or promotional purposes
•  No animals apart from authorised guide/companion dogs
•  Any dangerous goods and any other items by management to be dangerous or capable of causing a public nuisance
•  Professional cameras or video recorders
•  Umbrellas
•  Braais
•  Camping chairs
•  Cooler boxes
•  Food and refreshments (including soft drinks and alcohol) which will be available for sale inside the concert.

Erich Oosthuizen 2012/11/06 12:29:57 PM
sound like a ng kerk gathering.
Werner Jansen Van Vuuren 2012/11/06 12:34:38 PM
Gonna be good......
ClassWar Cynic 2012/11/06 12:34:46 PM
Can I assume Vuvuzelas are not allowed?
Allan Theron 2012/11/06 12:36:45 PM
define 'professional camera' please....
Dagga Magazine 2012/11/06 12:54:48 PM
Lol thank god I outgrew this band.
Billy Bob 2012/11/06 01:00:34 PM
you can broadcast from your phone btw...
Madalha Roets 2012/11/06 01:01:19 PM
Don't stage diving, mosh, climb or crowd surfing. At a rock concert??...Think they mixed up these dos and don'ts with the Lady Gaga show.....FTW
André 2012/11/06 01:14:20 PM
You must love South African's sense of humour on the comments. Nice going guys!
Lydon Daniel McGrane 2012/11/06 01:15:53 PM
That's a poorly written list. Who edits these things? The grammar is atrocious.
Edmund Deane 2012/11/06 01:30:58 PM
In otherwords come NAKED....!!!!!!???