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The Fan Walk by Carola Koblitz

The Fan Walk by Carola Koblitz

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  • One would think there would be more information than this, 50 days from the WC. Its not very different to presentations over the last 2 years on the fan walk. In fact, some of the ones 2 years back were better.
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  • 1. The Fan Walk 2010 Central City Partners Forum 31 March 2010
  • 2. Germany 2006
  • 3. Switching on of Festive Lights 29 November 2009 120 000 people
  • 4. FIFA Final Draw Festival 4 December Long Street 15 000 (55 000)
  • 5. Winter in Cape Town... vs winter abroad?
  • 6. Aims and objectives
      • Provide a safe, secure and entertaining pedestrian zone to and from Cape Town Stadium;
      • Enable City of Cape Town to showcase itself globally and deliver as a 2010 FIFA World Cup™ Host City;
      • Link with the economies en route and provide opportunities for participation;
      • Promote the Cape Town CBD as an integral part of the new Integrated Rapid Transport System.
  • 7. Route of the Fan Walk ● Distance of approximately 2.5km ● Starts opposite Cape Town Station at Exchange Place , St Georges Mall ● Up Waterkant Street ● Across new pedestrian bridge at Buitengracht Street ● Across St Andrews Square ● Along Somerset Road ● Along Main Road , Green Point to new underpass at circle
  • 8.
    • Host City initiative
        • (thus: Fan Walk not
        • FIFA Fan Mile)
    • Business as usual
        • (think: business
        • extraordinary)
  • 9. 8 x Cape Town Match Days (7 hrs before; 4 hrs after) Friday 11 June – 20h30 Monday 14 June – 20h30 Friday 18 June – 20h30 Monday 21 June – 13h30* Thursday 24 June – 20h30 Tuesday 29 June – 20h30 Saturday 3 July – 16h00 (quarter final) Tuesday 6 July – 20h30 (semi final)
  • 10.
    • Appointment of CTP as Project Manager for CoCT
      • Convened Fan Walk Workstream
      • Appointed GIS & event specialists
      • Scoping document, sponsorships, ‘Business as Usual’audit, contacts database, media positioning
    • City of Cape Town Tender process for Event Organiser
      • Tender – applications due on 12 April
      • Appointment by 19 April
  • 11. Thank you. Any questions?