Since 2015, Cape Town’s winter months have grown to love the Night Feast tradition on the last Friday of the month. What makes the Feast so special? Well, just imagine a night of street food indulgence in the heart of this vibrant city, combined with a splash of wine, a slosh of beer, the stroke of an artist’s brush, or the wonder that comes from the crafts and design of local artisans.

The well-known night celebration ‘Feastival’ returns after a three-year absence on Friday, 29 July between, 6pm and midnight at the V&A Waterfront’s Makers Landing. Or come early for the happy hour specials between 4pm and 6pm.
Visitors can look forward to a delicious, winter-warming array of food from Makers Landing tenants and others, plus a wide selection of craft beers, cocktails created by Cape Town’s best mixologists, and a wide selection of wine and sparkling wine tastings from local wine farms. While, foodies can get their fix at the ‘Secret Feast’ multi-course cooking class with Chef Mmabatho Molefe from Umazulwini between 6pm and 8pm. 

In addition to the Secret Feast, there will be three cooking classes run by Sweet Lion Heart, Kapoochka and The Charming Chef. Classes will be available between 5pm and 8pm, lasting between 45 minutes and an hour. The evening will be filled with live music featuring local artists, headlined by Matthew Mole, who is back in South Africa as part of his international tour to debut his latest album, The Home We Built

Event Details: 
Date:  29 July 2022
Times: Feastival event from 6pm to midnight, happy hour from 4pm to 6pm, secret feasts from 6pm to 8pm ( 3x classes during evening) and cooking classes from 5pm to 8pm
Entry Fee: R215, entry fee tickets offer the same experience
Venue: Makers Landing, The Cruise Terminal, V&A Waterfront
Tickets can be purchased via Howler at R215 per person 
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Picture:  Feastival

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