SA Insider: The love weekend in Durbs

2018-02-11 10:41
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The weekend vibes in Durbs are strong.

S43 Home to That Brewing Co has partnered up with the awesome dudes from Splashy Music Festival, introducing the "Splashy Session 2 ".

Hexagon Theatre is hosting a tribute show celebrating the career of British classic rock band Pink Floyd from 17:00 for 19:30 and cost are R120 per person.

Friday, 16 February

SEE: It is a jazz night The Jazzy Rainbow with live performance by Nomfundo Cleo Cele. 

DO: Red, White and Black Night with DJ Le Soul (Gagasi FM) supported by DJs Hitch and Bobsta. Best dressed girl and guy will win R500 drinks voucher each.

TASTE: Senhor Peri Peri menu goes from tantalising Peri Peri Chicken to scrumptious Mozambican style prawns, Chicken Livers, delicious Beef Prego and includes something for everyone.

EXPLORE: S43 Home to That Brewing Co. has partnered up with the awesome dudes from Splashy Music Festival, introducing the "Splashy Session 2 ".

ALSO SEE: Durban's Little Corners of Portugal: 5 Portuguese restaurants to tickle your tastebuds

Saturday, 17 February

SEE: Hexagon Theatre is hosting a tribute show celebrating the career of British classic rock band Pink Floyd from 17:00 for 19:30 and cost are R120 per person.

DO: IziQhaza, a South African Afro-Jazz music vocal duo, best known for their unique African sound will be performing The Jazzy Rainbow.

TASTE: Sugar Rush Market is all about good quality local, fresh, organic handmade products and the market is timed to coincide with the very popular parkrun which starts in Sugar Rush Park at 08:00.

EXPLORE: A trip to Piggly Wiggly should be on your road trip bucket-list. Here you will find a range of attractions – shop for artisanal food, local wines or even fine art.

ALSO SEE: Festive Season: Adventure out on these KZN summer road trips

Sunday, 18 February

SEE: Visit the open-air Bushman Cave Museum in the Giant's Castle Reserve - this requires a short walk to the cave, which features 500 rock paintings, some of which are estimated to be around 800 years old. 

DO: Weekly Sunday Market is the best in Durban's pop up culture present. A variety of well-curated food stalls, fashion stalls and craft stalls and good music to provide an authentic inner-city experience for both locals and those visiting the city.

TASTE: The Beverly Hills is celebrating the month of romance with a sumptuous champagne brunch. Indulge in a selection of 4 different French champagnes and an extensive sublime brunch buffet which includes seafood and sushi from 11:00 to 15:00 in elements cafe bar overlooking the dramatic Indian Ocean. R1200 per person. 

EXPLORE: Explore the iSimangaliso Wetland Park – home to the big five and a plethora of wildlife and plant life, as well as SA’s first World Heritage Site.

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