Here’s what’s happening in the ‘cool’ Mother City this weekend.

Saturday

The Grand White
The event promises to be bigger and better, and with the ‘Queen’ Bonang as entertainment, it will definitely be bolder as well. It is mandatory to dress in white. Mafikizolo and Cape Town’s very own DJ Loyd will keep you on your feet. Spend the afternoon and evening together with friends and family, whilst enjoying delicious food, live music, speeches, comedy and entertainment.

Date: 24 Febraury 2018
Time: 2pm -10pm
Venue: Location will be sent to ticket holders on Saturday morning
Costs: R350 pp
Website: www.nutickets.co.za

Secret Sunrise
The guided dance session that celebrates life, nature and others around, is the only way to start your day! Is it a party? Is it a silent disco? Is it a yoga session? No. In fact it’s all of these things and more! It’s is a gathering of like minded individuals who are not scared of radical self expression, movement, love, connection and joy!The theme for this dance is FUNKY FRUITS- dress up and dance in your funkiest fruitiness!

Date: 24 Febraury 2018
Time: 6am
Venue: Noordhoek Beach
Costs: R100 pp
Website: www.quicket.co.za

Sunday

Open Streets
Observatory, Salt River, Woodstock and District Six will become a car-free gallery for residents and visitors to enjoy Open Streets. Open Streets is citizen-driven and all activities are organised by volunteers. This event is free to the public. From live graffiti to a reading corner for children, the street will become a playground for people of all ages. Pack in your bicycle, skates or just some comfortable shoes and stroll or ride the 3km route of the M4.

Date: 25 Febraury 2018
Time: 9am -2pm
Venue: Main Road, Victoria And Sir Lowry Road.
Costs: Free
Website: www.openstreets.org.za

The Gin and Tonic Festival
The Gin & Tonic Festival returns to Cape Town to showcase over 30 local and international gin distilleries at the popular Old Biscuit Mill in Woodstock. Gin lovers can look forward to having their taste buds tantalised by artisanal food offerings from the Old Biscuit Mill regulars as well as a selection of exciting new food vendors. A summer-inspired designer’s market will feature the brightest in locally made fashion, lifestyle and accessory goods. If that’s not enough to get your toes tingling, a selection of local artists will soothe and entertain the crowds at our dedicated music stages, setting the mood for a truly memorable experience.

Date: 25 Febraury 2018
Time: 11am -5pm
Venue:The Old Biscuit Mill
, Woodstock
Costs: R150 pp
Website: www.quicket.co.za

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