SA Insider Guide: Here's how to have a great weekend in Durbs

2017-05-19 21:29
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The city of Durbs is buzzing with the latest gigs and festivals happening around, waiting for you to check out.

You can check out the third annual Zakifo Music Festival 2017 taking place at The Blue Lagoon, eat you heat out at the curry masterclass at The Pearl Room or just lay back and enjoy drinks at The Wonder Market.

What will you get up to this weekend 26 to 28 May?

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Friday, 26 May

SEE: The third annual Zakifo Music Festival 2017 taking place at The Blue Lagoon featuring over 20 of the finest international music-makers from across the globe.

DO:  Make your way to the Courtyard Theatre and catch Tartuffe, a Theatre performance by Sylvaine Strike starting at 19:00 and R80 get's you in.

TASTE: Foodies, check out the Curry Masterclass taking place at The Pearl Room from 18:00 – 22:00. R850 per person.

EXPLORE: Bask in fun times at I Heart Market taking place in Moses Mabhida Stadium for free.

Saturday, 27 May

SEE: Litchi Orchard Night Market is open from 17:00 - 22:00 and cost varies from free to R30.

DO: Rusty Red will be at Shongweni Market this Saturday starting at 9:30 - 11:30. Free admission.

TASTE: For fresh fruit and vegetables to delicious home-baked treats and organic products, check out the Karkloof Farmers Market from 07:00 - 11:00

EXPLORE: It's you against the clock at this weekend's Parkrun, taking place Princess Magogo Stadium starting at 08:00.

Sunday, 28 May

SEE: SA Bridal Fairs are hosting an exclusive one-day only bridal fair at the stunning Hilton Hotel Durban starting at 10:00 - 15:00 and R50 for admission.

DO:  LYAO this last Sunday of the month at the Mamba Republic showcase taking place at Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre.

TASTE: The Wonder Market is opened this last Sunday, representing KZN's best in craft, design and food.

EXPLORE: Join locals at the Chiltern Family Market taking place at the Chiltern Park Sports Club, fun for the whole family with a variety of local stall holders, yummy foods, Bar and a variety of activities for the kids are guaranteed.

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