SA Insider: The last September weekend in Jozi

2017-09-28 10:32 - Unathi Nkanjeni
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As Jozi closes the month of September, October emerges with a bang!

You can choose from partying it up at the next #WinNot, where GoodLuck will be the headline act.

Enjoy your Saturday at The East Rand Spring Festival for what promises to be a weekend of family fun and excitement at Carnival City.

Or check out Gallery MOMO presenting Pluralities of Being, the first solo exhibition in South Africa by renowned American artist Todd Gray.

Friday, 29 September

SEE: Dakota Lee, Jozi's leading alternative lifestyle brand will be opening its 2nd store at Kyalami Corner for tattoos as well as piercings.

DO: Wine not? All you need is wine and GoodLuck! Join Spar Tops at Levelthree Premium Venue for the next #WineNot where GoodLuck will be the headline act. Doors will open at 16:00 and tickets available at the door only for R100.00 per person before 18:00, thereafter ladies at R150.00 per person and gents at R180.00 per person.

TASTE: If you’re looking for a regular eat out destination then CNR Café on the corner of Buckingham and Rothesay Avenues should fit the bill.

EXPLORE: Fashion meets Jazz is a monthly fashion and lifestyle event profiling local emerging designers to the background of SA's amazing local jazz at the Orbit Jazz Club and cost ranges from R100 - R200.

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Saturday, 30 September

SEE: '19 Days in September': A chronicle of the death of Steve Biko is an exhibition marking the 40th anniversary of the death and immediate aftermath of the murder of  Steve Biko by security police in South Africa in September 1977, opens in Sophiatown and it's free admission.

DO: The East Rand Spring Festival, happening this weekend, is a family-focused event that creates an opportunity to bring families together all in an entertaining environment what promises to be a weekend of family fun and excitement at Carnival City and cost ranges from R40 - R80.

TASTE: Stoneridge Centre is hosting its 3rd annual Cupcakes for Hope fundraising event for Kids with Cancer. The event consists of a fun race/walk, yummy and colourful cupcakes and the 2nd Little Miss Cupcake charity showcase.

EXPLORE: As SA wrap up heritage month, the Orbit Jazz Club tips its hat to one of the sons of the sol who has made an immense contribution to South Africa's cultural scene. We are talking about none other than Port Elizabeth's Feya Faku. Tickets cost R150 per person. 

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Sunday, 01 October

SEE: Gallery MOMO is presenting Pluralities of Being, the first solo exhibition in South Africa by renowned American artist Todd Gray. This exhibition disrupts and questions the role photography plays in the transmission of history and cultural identity. 

DO: Rosebank Sunday Market is a true expression of South Africa's vibrancy and dynamism. The Rosebank Sunday Market celebrates its' diversity through its' variety; offering something for everyone with a large selection of craft stalls, live music, kids entertainment and gourmet food traders.

TASTE: Don't let your Monday ruin your Sunday! Join Bubbles and Bottles for another Bubbles & Bottles Shisa Nyama Sundays from 12h00 in association with Cravings Caterers and Tebello 'Tibz' Motsoane (Cafe Tibz).

EXPLORE: The Wits Theatre is proud to present the So Solo 2017 Festival. Now in its fourth year, the much-acclaimed festival has become an annual barometer of the predominant undercurrents within South African society. Tickets cost R50 - R75.

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