Kick start the weekend with great entertainment as we've got you sorted with what's cool and happening in the city that never sleeps. From live shows, automobile expos and food accompanied by great vibes.
So where will you be at on the weekend of 07 April to 09 April?
Friday, 07 April
SEE: Something for automobile lovers, check out the last NAACAM Show all about the authoritative trading and networking platform for automotive component manufacturers, suppliers and industry stakeholders at Durban International Convention Centre from 08:00.
DO: LOL to Scottish jokes brought to you by Tony Stewart at Rhumbelow Theatre starting at 20:00. R150 gets you in.
TASTE: Enjoy organic foods at the Roof Top Night Market this first Friday from 17:00 - 21:30. Free entrance.
EXPLORE: The Bats are back Rocking and Laughing the night away with their brand of memorable music and side splitting humor at the Hexagon Theatre. Show starts at 19:30 and R120 gets you in.
Saturday, 08 April
SEE: Theatre lovers? see 'A Tribute To The Eagles' show happening at the The Playhouse Company from 14:00 and 19:30 for R130.
DO: Run against time at the 5km Parkrun at Amanzimtoti starting at 08:00.
TASTE: Eat as much as you can seafood beach braai at Salt Rock Beach taking place at 18:00 and 11:00. Tickets range from R200 - R300.
Explore: 'Together Apart" exhibition is opening this weekend at the ArtSPACE Durban
Sunday, 09 April
SEE: Catch live music from Durban's very own, Paul Simon brought to you by The Black Lapels at Rhumbelow Theatre starting at 14:00 and 18:30 and R150 gets you in.
DO: For mountain bike thrill seekers, the Ashburton Investments National MTB Series is happening at 06:30 and cost ranges from R100 - R650.
TASTE: Eat your heart out at The Golden Hours Family Market from10:00 - 15:30.
EXPLORE: Explore the last installment Five Degrees of Realism exhibition taking place at KZNSA Gallery, open from 09:00 – 17:00.
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