There are no more tickets available for Monday night’s Mzansi Super League (MSL) final at Boland Park in Paarl.
Despite not knowing who hosts Paarl Rocks will face yet, fans snapped up 7 500 tickets that were available within a day and half.
That means the final will play host to the biggest crowd of the tournament, as Faf du Plessis and his Rocks prepare to face either Nelson Mandela Bay Giants or the Tshwane Spartans, who square off in Friday night’s semifinal.
Paarl Rocks CEO James Fortuin says the quick ticket sales were a testament to the quality of the cricket played at the MSL T20 as well as the great entertainment provided for fans at games.
Fortuin says: “We have created a vibe at Boland Park over the last two months which enticed not only regular cricket supporters, but also new converts.
“We are going all-out to ensure Monday night will be memorable. There will be music, dancing, fireworks and much more entertainment presented in a family-friendly environment.
“The support the Paarl Rocks have received from the community in the wider Boland area has been phenomenal and we see Monday night as a thank you to our purple army of supporters.”
The final starts at 5.30pm, with gates opening at 3.30pm.