Capetown South Africa Events
The first month of the year is a time of silent reflection and resolution-making. While the summer season in March is slowly coming to an end, this is not the case in the Cape Town calendar of events. The calendar begins with the annual New Year's Eve party at the South African Museum of Natural History.
International and local artists perform, and the festival features performances by emerging and established choreographers from around the world, as well as some of Cape Town's most talented dancers. It has become one of the most sought-after events on the city's cultural calendar, and is held every year on New Year's Eve at the South African Museum of Natural History (SAMNH).
American friends living or visiting Cape Town will experience fireworks, fireworks, a fireworks parade and fireworks displays at the Independence Day event on July 4. It is an event that is high on the social calendar every year and attracts over 56,000 people due to its adrenaline rush - horse racing. While it may not be as exciting as the traditional fireworks display or the fireworks show, it still makes for a fun day. Not to mention that the Cape also has a wide range of activities on Halloween - the scariest day of the year.
Say HELLO to summer by enjoying a day at the Cape Town Summer Festival on July 4, 5 and 6.
Visitors to the festival can sample South African food and wine, meet winemakers, learn about top destinations and learn about some of the latest leading lifestyle brands. Book your tickets now before the event becomes an event in Cape Town! The dates for Karoo Klassique have not yet been set, but we can look forward to a full list of events and events in South Africa this summer.
Discover the beauty of this wonderful country by planning a trip to one of South Africa's most popular tourist destinations, such as Cape Town, Johannesburg, Durban, Pretoria and Cape Town. Book a flight, rent a car, get inspired, surprise your partner, call your partner, visit the best restaurants, bars, shops, hotels, restaurants and much more and get inspired.
From May 1 to 3, Cape Town will be awash with games, so keep an eye out for the best events in Cape Town, Johannesburg, Durban, Pretoria and Cape Town. We have put together some of the most popular events and activities in South Africa's capital city to help you choose where to stay.
Live, this all-round fiesta is sure to be one of the most popular events in Cape Town, Johannesburg, Durban, Pretoria and Cape Town. With live music, dancing, food, live entertainment and a host of other activities, it is unlimited to be an all-around fiesta.
Tickets are sold for only 100 rupees And it's on January 24, so check out the Events section for more information on what to expect in Cape Town over the 12 months. So this comprehensive monthly survey is a great way to get a feel for what's going on in South Africa's capital over the next 12 months and what not to forget.
If surfside romance is more your thing, then the Dance Umbrella Festival will make its debut in Cape Town at the end of February 2019, so make sure you don't miss out on this amazing range of contemporary dance performances. The calendar for the Cherry Festival - which takes place in the Free State of Germany this year - does not have to be left open, there are dates for the long-running cherry harvest that still have to be confirmed. Check out our list of the best free events in South Africa's capital and see what we think appeals to you, then keep an eye out for them throughout Cape Town.
Cape Talk Moonstruck is presented annually by Cape Talk and Moonstrick and a number of theatre performances, music and food are guaranteed. Start at Potchefstroom and be sure to take a drink or sip as you settle in and enjoy South Africa's best jazz musicians. Top jazz musicians like Camillo Lombard will delight you with their music, with live performances and performances by local artists and artists from all over the world.
Bazique offers festival-goers a truly unique experience, with five stages, each of which has a beach location, and offers a variety of food and drinks as well as live music and entertainment.
With 11 days of comedy, drama, dance and jazz shows, this is an event not to be missed. Cape Town is colourful all year round, with free wine festivals, art exhibitions, music, food and drink events, to name a few. Bicycles are big, as are dirt jumps and the internationally famous Cape Town bike tour. The bike tour is always a great opportunity to see Cape Town's stunning beaches and, weather permitting, also offers cyclists a view of Robben Island.