The festival in Daveyton will feature eight clubs: Polokwane City, Bloemfontein Celtic, Kaizer Chiefs, Maritzburg United, Mamelodi Sundowns, Platinum Stars, SuperSport United and Orlando Pirates.
Entry is free on both days but members of the public will be issued with a ticket to control access. Tickets will be available at the stadium’s ticket office on Thursday and Friday from 13h00. They will also be available at activation points around the Daveyton area. Only two tickets will be allocated per person on a first-come-first-served basis.
Seventh-placed side Polokwane City will kick off proceedings on Saturday at 10h00 against second-placed Bloemfontein Celtic, who trail leaders Golden Arrows by goal difference on 19 points apiece from eight games.
On the same day Chiefs will be hoping to rise from 13th in the standings when they play against third-placed Maritzburg United at 12h00.
On Sunday the first match will feature misfiring champions Mamelodi Sundowns, who are bottom of the log, against Platinum Stars at 10h00.
SuperSport United and Orlando Pirates will close off the festival at 12h00.
Ajax Cape Town vs Baroka at Ikamva (10h00)
Chippa United vs Golden Arrows at Wolfson Stadium (10h00)
Polokwane City vs Bloem Celtic at Sinaba Stadium (10h00)
Kaizer Chiefs vs Maritzburg United at Sinaba Stadium (12h00)
Free State Stars vs Bidvest Wits at Goble Park (10h00)
Mamelodi Sundowns vs Platinum Stars at Sinaba Stadium (10h00)
SuperSport United vs Orlando Pirates at Sinaba Stadium (12h00)
AmaZulu vs Cape Town City at King Zwelithini Stadium (12h00)