FIFA 17 Tournament
A FIFA’17 Tournament which will challenge the gamers of Cape Town to battle it out for FIFA domination, and R1000 in cash. So whether your favourite player is Rooney or Messi, you’ll be able to tackle them all in front of an audience of FIFA lovers.
22 April 11AM to 4PM
R50 – R60
Trenchtown, 92 Station Road | Observatory Observatory
Comedy at the Blue Bird
Get your weekly dose of funny at the vibey Blue Bird Garage Market. Line-up consists of Rob Van Vuuren, Dalin Oliver, Yaaseen Barnes and Lindy Johnson.
22 April 6PM to 10PM
Blue Bird Garage, Muizenburg
Galileo Open Air Cinema screening The Hunger Games
An outdoor movie theatre…a market…and majestic settings come together every week, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday to screen films.
21 April 6PM
R79 – R159
071 471 8728
Last Night of the Proms Cape Town
The Rotary Club of Wynberg will host their annual ‘Last Night of the Proms’ charity fundraiser. The programme is set to delight audiences with music inspired by the theme The Great Entertainers. Maestro Richard Cock will conduct the Proms Orchestra and massed choirs with classics and well known melodies to mark the centenary of composer and pianist Scott Joplin’s death, Paul MacCartney’s 75th birthday and lots more.
22 (5PM) & 23 April (8PM)
Cape Town City Hall
011 447 9264.
The Queen and Peasant Weekend Meet and Greets
The Queen and Peasant host FREE tastings to showcase the finest local wines, beers and spirits that the Western Cape has to offer. The Queen and Peasant has turned what is often seen as a lavish experience reserved for only those who can afford it into an affair for all – queen and peasant alike
21 April 4:30PM to 8PM
115 Kloof St, Gardens
Decorex Cape Town
Find inspiration and innovation at Mzansi’s premier décor and design exhibition, Decorex, at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC). This year’s event promises the latest tips and tricks for creating a superlative space, along with fabulous foodie experiences.
27 to 30 April
R20 – R95
CTICC, 1 Lower Long Street, Cape Town.
South African Cheese Festival
Tantalise your taste buds at the 2017 South African Cheese Festival! The delectable soiree will become a foodie utopia, and it’s on track to offer turophiles a range of artisan cheeses from across the country as well as wines, sweet treats and deli products.
28 to 30 April
R100 – R160 (no tickets at gate)
Sandringham Farm, Stellenbosch
First Thursdays Cape Town
First Thursdays Cape Town is a free cultural experience where art galleries and other cultural attractions from 5PM until 9PM on the first Thursday of every month. The night is as much about experiencing art and culture as it is about exploring the city on foot.
Midnight Circus festival
Join them on the 22 of April for their opening night as they set off on their first circus adventure with international guests Miyagi and Seth Schwarz.
22 to 23 April
R240 – R320
2 Willow Road, Observatory
Pinotage and Biltong Festival
A wide range of biltong products are paired with specific wines from some of South Africa’s top Pinotage producers for each tasting. Guests can taste and buy some of the best red Pinotages or have fun with rosé’s, bubblies, blends and even a white Pinotage.
22 to 23 April, 11AM to 5PM
L’Avenir Wine Estate, Klapmuts Rd, R44, Stellenbosch
021 981 0216 firstname.lastname@example.org
World Travel Market Africa
The trade show for travel professionals is part of the Africa Travel Week and held at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC). Network and obtain digital tools while exploring displays of Countries’ cultures.
19 to 21 April, 10AM to 6PM
Free when registering online before 18 April 2017/ onsite $80.00
CTICC, 1 Lower Long Street, Cape Town.
FanCon promises a host of entertainment for all lovers of comic books and pop culture.
29 April to 1 May, 10AM to 6PM
R120 – R240
CTICC, 1 Long Street, Cape Town.