Johannesburg – Flying Fish, South Africa’s premium flavoured beer is always on a mission to change the ordinary through unexpected and playful experiences. On the 12th May 2018 the brand turned up the play by adding some flavour to everyday mundane household chores with their third and final edition of the exclusive #HouseOfPlay series hosted in the leafy suburbs of Illovo, Johannesburg.
Flying Fish knows that adulting can be tedious especially on a Saturday when the last thing you want to do is all the housework. So to add some play to these chores the brand flipped all your average housework on its head at the most playful house party of all time. Washing dishes turned into a foam party, the tedious task of cleaning the pool became a showcase of playful pool girls and boys. Making the bed turned into a playful pillow fight and washing windows became an optical illusion of mirrors in one of the many entertaining rooms that guests could frequent in the #HouseOfPlay.
“Chores are out, play is in!” says Flying Fish Brand Manager, Maisha Mamabolo. He further explains, “The inception of the #HouseOfPlay came from our firm belief that life doesn’t have to be so serious. Flying Fish gives everyone permission to play; so from Cape Town to Durban and now Johannesburg we’re showing Mzansi that even chores can be playful. #HouseOfPlay is here to remind us to always add some play, even when we have household admin to do.”
Flying Fish partnered with party hosts; SPHectecula & DJ Naves, Twins on Decks and DJ PH to brew out the boring and brew in the flavour by making chores exciting with Ayanda MVP as event MC. Local DJ Roger Goode kicked off the line-up with a flavoursome silent disco set showcasing that you can always brew out the boring by listening to your favourite playlist.
Adding to the afternoon line- up was DJ Switch who brought the heat, the very colourful & talented, Moonchild and best female rapper to hit the scene, Sho Madjozi who brought the house down, and not forgetting award winning rapper, Rouge. As Flying Fish continues breaking boundaries on the ordinary you can follow @FlyingFishSa and be a part of the PLAY movement.