SA Insider: A lit weekend line-up in Cape Town

2017-10-08 06:30 - Unathi Nkanjeni
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'Oktoberfest'? We have you covered.

You can check out the first ever Muizenberg Jazz Festival, taking place from Friday until Sunday at the Masque Theatre in Muizenberg, in between iconic Surfers Corner and Muizenberg mountain peak with a line-up featuring 10 Jazz acts, as well as a photographic exhibition in the theatre.

Something for the ladies, Claremont Youth with Anesu and Niwe bring you 'Reflection: Women Like Us', a ladies luncheon at the Claremont SDA Church Hall. 

Here's how to plan your weekend in Cape Town.

Friday, 13 October 

SEE: The first ever Muizenberg Jazz Festival is taking place from Friday until Sunday at the Masque Theatre in Muizenberg, in between iconic Surfers Corner and Muizenberg mountain peak with a line-up featuring 10 Jazz acts, as well as a photographic exhibition in the theatre.

DO: Join Vegilicious for a screening of the award-winning documentary COWSPIRACY, as part of the Cape Town vegan challenge. Your ticket gets you a veggie burger, too.

TASTE: For great wine and good food, make your way to the Glen Carlou, situated in the heart of South Africa’s sought-after Paarl Valley.

EXPLORE: 'Ode to She', Tony Gum's first solo exhibition at the Christopher Moller Gallery explores, encapsulates and celebrates the essence of what it means to be human, woman, an African Xhosa woman.

SEE: #FindYourEscape: Octoberfest in Cape Town, what you can expect

Saturday, 14 October 

SEE: Check out the October Rondebosch Park Market, where can wander around the park with your dog while kids play in the park or in the play area.

DO: Make your way to Wynberg Boy's High and catch Jenny and the Jameses in the Wynberg Highland Gathering. If you missed the Knysna Celtic Festival this year, and love Celtic music, then this will a perfect day out for you and your family.

TASTE: This October, you can get your vegan fix at the Vegan Goods Market – just because it's the Cape Town vegan challenge.

EXPLORE: Groove Afrika brings you Cape Town's Freshest Outdoor Experience: The iPotsoyi Spring Festival at the Cape Town Ostrich Ranch and cost ranges from R200 to R400.

SEE: Exciting new space for emerging artists at Artscape

Sunday, 15 October

SEE: Hosted by the Western Province Motor Club, Cars and bikes from the past and present, new vehicle test drives, live music, go-karting, delicious food, drink and vendor stalls and kiddies supervised area are just some of the things you can expect at the Killarney Motor Show 2017.

DO: Claremont Youth with Anesu and Niwe bring you 'Reflection: Women Like Us', a ladies luncheon at the Claremont SDA Church Hall

TASTE: The Oyster and Champagne Festival is taking place at the Hillcrest Wine Estate and cost is R160, includes an engraves champagne glass and 5 tasting tickets.

EXPLORE: Long regarded as a gracious host and destination of choice for filmmakers, the City of Cape Town invites you to this year's Cape Town International Film Market & Festival (CTIFMF).

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