Festivals - Events - Fairs - Expos - Concerts

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Festivals (5)
Concerts (3)
Expos - Trade Fairs (2)
Travel Trade Shows (1)
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Event Have a Whale of a Time in Hermanus 
Date 01. Jun. 2015 - 01. Dec. 2015  09:00 - 15:00 
Location 245 Westcliff Road | New Harbour | Hermanus | Western Cape, HERMANUS, Western Cape,
Type Festivals
Description Have a Whale of a Time in Hermanus Watch the world`s gentle giants of the deep frolic in waters of Walker Bay Wedged between the mountain and the sea, the quaint hamlet of Hermanus has been rated by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) as one of the twelve best whale watching locations in the world, and it is often regarded as the heart of the whale route. This story-book fishing village along the southern coast is, arguably, one of the Western Cape`s most breathtaking destinations and is complemented by a range of fine restaurants, art galleries, boutiques and more. It`s no wonder that pods of whales pack their sunscreen and beach towels, bound for the sheltered bays and coves of Walker Bay. TYPES OF WHALES: Southern Right whale This whale is distinguished by callosities (calluses) on its head, a broad back without a dorsal fin and a long, arching mouth that begins above the eye. These mammals often swim close to the shore: if the looming shadow of a big fish at your hotel window leaves you cowering under the duvet, it`s probably real. Interesting fact: an adult female can weigh up to 80 tonnes. Male Southern Right Whales have, what are arguably, the largest testicles in the animal kingdom: each weighing about 500kg. Best time to spot them: July - November. Humpback whale The humpback has a distinctive body shape, with long pectoral fins and a knobby head. Curious about their environment, they will approach whale watching boats closely, often sunbathing near the boat for a while. They pass through Hermanus on their way to a scuba diving holiday in St Lucia. Interesting fact: Male Humpback whales produce complex songs, sometimes lasting 10 to 20 minutes long. These songs are often repeated for hours at a time, and while scientists have not yet figured out the tune`s porpoise (ahem, purpose) some believe it is related to mating rituals. Best time to spot them: May - December. Bryde`s whale Bryde`s whales are named after the Norwegian consul to South Africa, John Bryde, who helped set up the first whaling station in Durban. They are medium-sized, dark grey in colour with a white underbelly. Interesting fact: Bryde`s Whales can reach depths of up to 300m while diving and can stay submerged up to a maximum of 20 minutes! Best time to spot them: all year round. You can also spot: orcas, although sightings are occasional. LAND BASED WHALE WATCHING: "While sunbathing at a local beach, I can sometimes spot up to five or six whales, just behind the last set of waves," says a Hermanus Tourism representative. As Mzansi`s capital of whale spotting, Hermanus offers residents and visitors alike a number of vantage points to spot these deep sea divers. Whether you`re sunbathing along the beach, perched atop the 12-km cliff with its panoramic view or simply waking to an unobscured view of the ocean, chances are high of spotting a giant tail or a breaching whale. Gearings Point is a popular spot that offers a panoramic view of the bay; viewing terraces at the Old Harbour make it possible to spot Southern Right whales; and spotters can also catch a glimpse of breaching whales at Dreunkrans, Windsor Bay, De Gang, Siever's Point, Kwaaiwater as well as Voëlklip and Grotto beaches. The Whale Crier When Southern Right whales come to the warm waters of Hermanus to mate and calve it is the job of The Whale Crier to alert shore-based whale watchers to the whereabouts of whales, by blowing a message, via a horn made of kelp. A sandwich board around his neck informs visitors how they may interpret codes. For updates on whale whereabouts, call +27 (0)78 1159214, or the whale watching hotline on +27 (0) 28 312 2629. Whale, Wine and Wors Tour by Wine Flies Alternatively, if you`d like to view these lords of the deep under slightly more adventurous circumstances, it`s worth investigating boutique wine tour operator Wines Flies` Whale, Wine and Wors Tour . As the first `W` suggests, guests will get to do some land-based whale watching in Hermanus, which is facilitated by one of the fun-loving company`s experienced and amiable tour guides. Beforehand though, tour-goers will tackle the remaining `Ws`: Wine tastings at the Middelvlei Wine Estate in Stellenbosch and a boerewors and cider pairing in Grabouw also form part of the experience. Cost: Wine Flies` Whale, Wine and Wors tour costs R650p/p, which includes all tastings, food pairings and lunch. Tours run every Tuesday and Thursday (July to December) from 7:30am-6pm. Phone: +27 (0) 21 462 8011| info@wineflies.co.za AERIAL WHALE WATCHING: African Wings "The biggest advantage of aerial whale watching is that you are able to see the whole whale, as well as its calf," says owner of African Wings, Evan Austin, "If a mother lies on her back with her stomach on the surface, the calf will try repeatedly to slide up on her stomach, where it will lie between her pectoral fins for a stroke." On your private, 30-minute flight (max. 3 passengers); you`ll see whales playing, mating and breaching, unaware of human presence. African Wings have been known to spot up to 198 whales, during one 30 minute flight over Walker Bay. Weltevrede Airfield | Stanford | +27 (0) 28 312 2701 BOAT-BASED WHALE WATCHING: Hermanus Whale Cruises "The best way to view whales is by boat," enthuses manager, Phillipus May, "you interact with them and are far better informed of their behaviour, which makes for an exhilarating experience." Your two hour cruise includes cool drinks and snacks, as well as hotel transfers. 245 Westcliff Road | New Harbour | Hermanus | Western Cape | +27 (0)28 313 2722 Southern Right Charters "Observing, not disturbing" is the motto of the `Miroshca` - a luxury catamaran, built with passenger safety in mind. Four different viewing levels and outside walking areas provide an opportunity to get up close with curious whales that swim right up to the vessel. The Whale Shack | New Harbour | Hermanus | C/O Westcliff Drive and Stil Road| +27 (0)82 353 0550 TIME TO GET WHALE-EDUCATED: The Whale Museum Noel Ashton uses paintings and scientific illustrations to tell the fascinating story of underwater lives of Southern Right Whales. His daily show, at the Whale Museum, is sponsored by the International Fund for Animal Welfare. The Whale Museum | Behind Market Place | Hermanus | Western Cape | +27 (0)28 312 1475 The Hermanus Whale Festival Thousands of enthusiastic visitors come to Hermanus for the annual whale festival, which marks the return of the Southern Right whales to the waters of Walker Bay. This year the event is happening in October and there`s live music, art exhibitions, colourful stalls and food stands. Main Road | Hermanus | Western Cape | +27 (0)21 313 0928 DIRECTIONS TO HERMANUS From Cape Town: Take the N2 through Somerset West and Grabouw and travel towards Caledon. After crossing the Houw Hoek Pass (just before Bot River), the road will split. One fork will take you on the N2 towards Caledon and the other will take you on the R320 towards Hermanus. Take the R320 to Hermanus. At the T-junction, turn left and follow the R43. Pass the Kleinmond turn-off. Drive passed Hawston and Onrus and head straight into Hermanus. --- Make a weekend of it and have a look at these accommodation options in Hermanus. If you can only stay for a day, here are our must-do tips for a day trip, and for the more adventurous, we`ve got an overview jam-packed with awesome activities. --- Check out our events section for an up-to-date overview of happenings in Cape Town. Also, don`t forget to subscribe to our newsletter and if you have a smartphone, add m.capetownmagazine.com to your home screen for quick access on the go! Follow us on Twitter, like us on Facebook, join our Google+ circle, connect with us on LinkedIn, ch
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Date 03. Jun. 2015 - 19. Jul. 2015  20:00 - 14:00 
Location Barnyard Theatre, Cape Town, Western Cape,
Type Festivals
Description Platinum Jukebox is a journey of music, song and dance starting with the gramophone in the 1920s and ending with the iPod in the 21st Century. We start the journey in the 1920s, when music from Louis Armstrong and Fred Astaire were the platinum hit songs of the week. The Charleston, The Waltz and The Tango were the dance crazes of the time and this was known as The Golden Era. In the 1930s and 1940s, both the 331/3 rpm record and the 45rpm single records were invented in an era of peace, depression and then war. Here we celebrate the sounds of Glen Miller and Marilyn Monroe and dance crazes such as The Swing, Tap Dancing and The Foxtrot. Jukeboxes gained popularity in the 1950s with rock and roll music topping the charts. Soon we were doing The Jitterbug, The Hand Jive and the Rock and Roll Boogie Woogie to beat of Elvis, Little Richard and Bill Hailey & His Comets. In the 1960s and 1970s we saw the mass production of stereo albums, and turntables became affordable. Soon the world was doing The Twist, The Loco-Motion and The Funky Chicken to songs like Let`s Twist Again, Shout, These Boots were Made for Walkin`, I`m a Believer and Proud Mary. In the Seventies everyone was Disco Dancing to songs such as Stayin` Alive, You Should Be Dancing and Disco Inferno. In the 1980s - cassette tapes and compact discs were the music format, along with dancing styles such as The Moonwalk, Breakdancing, Latin American Dancing to massive selling icons such as Michael Jackson and bands such as Frankie Goes to Hollywood and Miami Sound Machine. In the 1990s we encountered The Macerena and Line Dancing to everything from Cotton Eyed Joe, Achy Breaky Heart to Shania Twain`s - Man! I Feel Like a Woman! - while the compact disc remained the flavour of the day. In the 21st century the iPod has become the flavour of the day with downloading taking the place of compact discs. Modern dance crazes and music still rule the world, with songs such as Gangnam Style by P.S.Y and Hey Brother and Wake Me Up by Avicii. Platinum Jukebox is a journey of song and dance that covers every dance craze in the history of recorded music. Times have changed and so has music and fashion, but the songs live on forever!
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Event Cape Town Comedy Club 2015 
Date 24. Jun. 2015 - 30. Sep. 2015  20:30 - 20:30 
Location The Pumphouse, V & A Waterfront - V & A Waterfront, Cape Town, Western Cape,
Type Festivals
Description Event Type: On Stage, Comedy Cape Town Comedy Club (formerly Jou Ma Se Comedy Club), is Cape Town`s only dedicated comedy venue and is open Wednesday to Sunday with a different show each week, at the historical landmark, The Pumphouse at the V&A Waterfront. It hosts the best the comedy world has to offer, with both local and internationally iconic comedians gracing its stage. In addition to this world class entertainment, patrons can enjoy great food, relax, laugh and just have fun in a safe, upmarket environment. The venue arranges seating and often patrons have to share tables. For group seating arrangements, call 0794953989. For more info and the line-up (subject to change without prior notice), visit http://www.capetowncomedy.com Ticket price R95 Start time 20h30 Ticket Collection Ticket Limit Website: 2 Doors open 2 hours before Artists Venue The Pumphouse, V & A Waterfront - V & A Waterfrontselect Date & Time Wed 24 Jun 15 8:30 PMselect TicketsFloor PlanAdditional InfoMapWidget GPS Coordinates -33.9067083,18.4191389 Refunds And Cancellations You may cancel any booking submitted to us for tickets that have not yet been issued to you at any t ... Artists Comedians Age Restriction No under 18s Ticket Limit Website: 20 tickets per person. Call Centre: 20 tickets per person. Outlets: 20 tickets per person. Price R95.00 Duration 2 hours, including 15 minute interval. Exchanges And Upgrades Changes for an earlier date: No cost if the number and value of the tickets are the same or higher ... Address Dock Road, V&A Waterfront, Cape Town Visit http://www.waterfront.co.za/maps for a detailed map of the V & A Waterfront Box Office Ticket Sales Open 18h00 for sales only, NO collections Disabled Facilities Venue is wheelchair friendly and has special parking and there are toilet facilities for disabled patrons. Doors/gates Open 2 hours before start of show Parking Secured paid parking around waterfront parkades. Prohibited Drugs, weapons, own alcohol, cameras and recording equipment Refreshments And Meals Cash bar and refreshments available at venue Ticket Collection Please collect your tickets at any Computicket store or at any Shoprite, Checkers, Checkers Hyper, H ... Venue: The Pumphouse, V & A Waterfront - Cape Town, Western Cape Date: Wed 24 Jun 2015 8:30 pm
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Event Pick n Pay Knysna Oyster Festival 2015 
Date 03. Jul. 2015 - 12. Jul. 2015  09:00 - 15:00 
Location Knysna Central, Cape Town,Knysna, Western Cape,
Type Festivals
Description South Africa's premium sport and lifestyle festival, the 32nd annual Pick n Pay Knysna Oyster Festival, take places from 3 - 12 July 2015. There will be no shortage of fun with more than 100 activities spread over 10 days. Click here to see the full program. Cost: R175 Read more at: http://www.whatson.co.za/details.php?id=169515&event=Pick%20n%20Pay%20Knysna%20Oyster%20Festival%202015 Copyright © What's On Publishing SA
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Event Madame Zingara: The Celebration 
Date 07. Jul. 2015 - 26. Sep. 2015  20:15 - 23:00 
Location Darling Street | Cape Town,Grand Parade, Cape Town, Western Cape,
Type Festivals
Description Madame Zingara: The Celebration Cape Town Tue 7 July - Sat 26 September Grand Parade Madame Zingara: The Celebration The Celebration will offer audiences an unforgettable and invigorating sensory experience on a massive scale. After fourteen months of pre-production, the new show, opening in July, is expected to push the boundaries of dinner cirque theatre. Read more at: http://www.whatson.co.za/details.php?id=173235 Copyright © What's On Publishing SA Read more at: http://www.whatson.co.za/details.php?id=173235 Copyright © What's On Publishing SA
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Event Kaapse Stories From Mother Cit… - Cape Town 
Date 23. May. 2015 - 28. Nov. 2015  19:30 - 19:30 
Location Richards Supper Stage - Richards Supper Stage, Cape Town, Western Cape,
Type Concerts
Description Event Information Event Type: On Stage, Cabaret Richard Loring (producer of worldwide-acclaimed African Footprint) introduces the new Richard`s Supper Stage & Bistro and offers international and local guests a delicious buffet, Cape wines and an exciting musical show directed by award-winning director Basil Appollis, celebrating the humour, challenges and talents of the locals, set in Main Road, Sea Point.
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Event Spartacus - Cape Town 
Date 27. Jun. 2015 - 12. Jul. 2015  19:30 - 15:00 
Location Artscape Opera House - Cape Town,, Cape Town, Western Cape,
Type Concerts
Description Event Information Event Type: On Stage, Ballet A Spartacus of Africa takes the tale of Spartacus, the slave, and sets it firmly in Africa. It is the familiar story of one man`s battle against the indignity and cruelty of slavery and his determination to free himself and his fellow men and women. A Spartacus of Africa will be performed by international guest artists as well as a cast of over 100 South African dancers to the music of Aram Khachaturian, accompanied by the Cape Philharmonic Orchestra at every performance. DATE: SPARTACUS: PHYRGIA: 27th June 7.30pm: Brooklyn Mack, Elzanne Crause 28th June 3.00pm Casey Swales, Simone Botha 1st July 7.30pm: Andile Ndlovu, Michaela Griffin 3rd July 7.30pm: Brooklyn Mack, Elzanne Crause 4th July 2.30pm: Casey Swales, Simone Botha 4th July 7.30pm: Andile Ndlovu, Michaela Griffin 5th July 3.00pm Brooklyn Mack, Elzanne Crause 8th July 7.30pm: Brooklyn Mack, Lara Turk 10th July 7.30pm: Casey Swales, Lara Turk 11th July 2.30pm: Andile Ndlovu, Michaela Griffin 11th July 7.30pm: Brooklyn Mack, Lara Turk 12th July 3.00pm: Casey Swales, Lara Turk GPS Coordinates -33.919557,18.429952 Refunds And Cancellations You may cancel any booking submitted to us for tickets that have not yet been issued to you at any t ... Exchanges And Upgrades Allowed Ticket price R150 - R475 Start time 19h30 Ticket Collection Doors open 20 min prior Duration 2 h 20 min Parking Disabled Venue Artscape Opera House - Artscape Theatre Centreselect Date & Time Sat 27 Jun 15 7:30 PMselect TicketsFloor PlanAdditional InfoMapWidget Select Ticket Price Select Area Select Number of Tickets V I P R 475.00 Get Adobe Flash player Launch detailed Floor Plan Venue: Artscape Opera House - Cape Town, Western Cape Date: Sat 27 Jun 2015 7:30 pm
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Event Disney On Ice presents Let's Celebrate! 
Date 08. Jul. 2015 - 12. Jul. 2015  10:00 - 18:00 
Location 1 Vanguard Drive Goodwood,, Cape Town, Western Cape,
Type Concerts
Description Showtime Management and Field Entertainment invite families to turn the chilly 2015 winter school holidays into an extraordinary outing at its new ice extravaganza, Disney On Ice presents Let's Celebrate! featuring more than 50 classic and contemporary Disney characters in a captivating compilation of favorite holidays and celebrations from around the globe. It`s one colossal party on ice, with all your favourite Disney friends. Join Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse as they celebrate a Very Merry Unbirthday Party with Alice and the Mad Hatter; a Royal Valentine`s Day Ball with Disney Princesses, including Cinderella, Ariel and Tiana; a Hawaiian luau with Lilo & Stitch; a winter wonderland with Woody, Jessie and Buzz Light-year; a Halloween haunt with the Disney Villains and more in a magical medley of holidays, celebrations and festivities from around the globe. Come join the party when Disney On Ice presents Let`s Celebrate. Show Dates and Times: Wednesday, 8 July at 3pm Thursday, 9 July at 3pm Friday, 10 July at 2pm and 6pm Saturday, 11 July and Sunday 12 July 2015 at 10am, 2pm and 6 pm IMPORTANT INFORMATION: No Babies in arms without a purchased ticket. Cost: R100 - R350 per person
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Expos - Trade Fairs

Event Bread Making Week-End Workshop 
Date 27. Jun. 2015 - 28. Jun. 2016  14:00 - 21:00 
Location Helshoogte Road Groot Drakenstein Boschendal Wine Estate, Groot Drakenstein Cape Town, Western Cape,
Type Expos - Trade Fairs
Description We love food and we love serving and eating freshly produced, healthy food with like-minded friends. If you share this interest, join us for our culinary workshops, fueled by good food, wine and humour. The first, a bread-making weekend. "Our artisanal bakery is run with passion by a dedicated team who are the unsung heroes behind the delicious breads served at all the different eateries on the Farm. Their love for their craft will be shared with a small group of baking fans during the weekend,"says Executive Chef Christiaan Campbell, who will be heading up the fun and insightful workshops. Starts at 2pm. The cost of the workshop, dinner, breakfast and lunch, the wine tasting and accommodation on Saturday night is: For guests sharing in one of the Orchard Cottages R1 172 per person (R2 345 per couple). For a single guest in one of the Orchard Cottages R1 660 Reservations are essential. Contact reservations@boschendal.co.za or +27 21 870-4274 For more information... Reservations t 021 870 4200 e reservations@boschendal.co.za
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Event Load Shedding 
Date 30. Jun. 2015 - 16. Jul. 2015  09:00 - 17:00 
Location 64 Wale Street, Cape Town, Western Cape,
Type Expos - Trade Fairs
Description Participating Artists: Jonathan Freemantle, Alexandra Karakashian, Bonolo Kavula, Olivié Keck, Sepideh Mehraban, Adam Munro, Gaelen Pinnock, Thabo Pitso, Jake Singer, Marlene Steyn, Jo Voysey. Commune.1 is pleased to announce its upcoming group exhibition, 'Load Shedding'. The title of this exhibition is borrowed from the current nation-wide phenomenon `load shedding`. Eskom (powering your world) has described it as "an effective way to avoid total collapse... a last resort to balance [electricity] supply and demand… when all other options have been exhausted." Suddenly and often unpredictably, sections of the city are plunged into darkness. Machines cease their white noise, a warm candle-wax glow replaces cold TV-screen light and a quiet stillness descends into homes. This notion of system overload, of reaching breaking point and tipping over the edge into a state of meltdown, is an apt metaphor for our, at times, frenetic existence. But load shedding also offers the possibility for catharsis, relief and recovery - for a system reboot following physical or psychological crisis. The exhibition begins with Jonathan Freemantle`s 4 lightning-struck prints that focus the force of highveld summer thunderstorms. Freemantle`s `lightning conductor printing press` creates scorched, earth-stained works which present an experimental mode of artistically harnessing an alternative and volatile source of energy. Jake Singer`s two precariously balanced sculptures titled Bandage (2015) are comprised of aggregate gravel, mild steel and found materials. Evocative of scales of justice, yet spindly like a waning skeleton, the work stems from the current cultural, social and economic situation in the Johannesburg CBD. They speak, both literally and metaphorically, to the inability of infrastructure to meet demand. Gaelen Pinnock also scrutinises the South African urban landscape. His night-time print, part of a larger series of floating citadels, is a composite of photographs. Industrial structures bathed in darkness examine the legacies of failed utopias and the shadows cast by laws, systems and urban development trends. In conjunction, Pinnock`s mild steel sculptures, based on the fantastical cities in Italo Calvino`s book Invisible Cities, present the idea of a complex urban grid plugged into an electricity matrix upon which our cities are dependent. Also engaging with industrial matter, Alexandra Karakashian recycles used sump oil sourced from mechanics. The oil gradually seeps up her pristine canvas creating a horizontal line secreting its own aura, much like the lights in Pinnock`s Citadel #23 (2015). Unstable and ever-changing, oil as medium is simultaneously a metonym for fossil fuel use and an allusion to traditional oil painting. Similarly, Thabo Pitso`s work is concerned with recycling materials and utilises assemblages of found objects to construct sculptural installations. In particular he speaks to the voluminous production and consumption of products. Bonolo Kavula uses found objects to explore the concept of `obfuscation`: darkening and obscuring the sight of something. The protagonist of her process-led print-based installation is a humble clothes peg, a domestic object linked to a vivid childhood memory of confusion and hysteria. Kavula`s intimate assemblage of prints sheds slender rays of light on this experience, frantic lines cut through a black ground to reveal snippets underneath, giving the viewers access to the memory but at the same time withholding and hindering ready analysis. Sepideh Mehraban presents us with 3 freestanding canvasses that have been painted on both front and back. More sculpture than painting, these canvasses are installed in a way to accentuate their transparency; light filters through oil to create luminosity and through paint to create opaqueness. Her script-like brush strokes in Farsi are readable but bear no literal meaning. They trace connections between time, memory, personal versus public history and censorship, a notion enhanced by the bandage-like dressings applied to the surfaces. Examining the correlation between trauma and catharsis, Jo Voysey`s Catalyst (2012) focuses on the expressive potential of medicinal remedies as a medium for painting. She transforms the contents of the nondescript looking small bottles she procures from medicine cabinets and pharmacy shelves into vast, vibrantly coloured universes of `painted` surface. The unpredictable nature of the medicine`s atomic and chemical make-up is central to her work. Her paintings are raw and visceral - oozing surfaces express hurt and the need for relief. Bringing a humorous approach to a topic that readily lends itself to satire, Adam Munro`s Thank you, come again (2015) consists of two photographic portraits and an accompanying text. The subjects, the artist and his partner, are captured right after receiving a facial (sex act). With their passive gazes turned, the subject becomes the semen and the act of ejaculation. This visual pun is rooted in a multitude of dichotomies such as private/public, dominant/submissive, masculine/feminine and power/impotency. Olivié Keck`s ceramic meditating figure is inspired by the Japanese philosophy Wabi- Sabi-, a visual aesthetic centered on the acceptance of transience and imperfection. It was created to mark a `load shedding` phase in Keck`s life, which she describes as `the young and tragic`. In order to alleviate this anxiety she wryly pokes fun at herself thinking, "Maybe you`re not looking at life with the humor it was designed for." In a similar vein Casualty of A Power Ballard (2015) is a playful mockery of the power ballad genre: chart-topping albums devoted to the `thunder` and `lightening` of love. Cost: Free
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Travel Trade Shows

Event Child City Sightseeing CT Tour 
Date 17. Jun. 2015 - 30. Oct. 2015  09:01 - 09:01 
Location City Sightseeing Tour Office - V & A Waterfront, Cape Town, Western Cape,
Type Travel Trade Shows
Description vent Type: Lifestyle, Adventure And Outdoors Explore Cape Town at your own pace. Hop off and on at any of our 27 stops across the City and the Mini Peninsula. Your one day ticket includes all tours - RED City tour, BLUE Mini Peninsula tour, YELLOW Downtown and PURPLE Wine tours. The BEST way to see Cape Town. Ticket price R80 Start time 09h01 Ticket Collection Doors open 09h00 Duration Parking Disabled Prohibited Venue City Sightseeing Tour Office - V & A Waterfrontselect Date & Time Wed 17 Jun 15 9:01 AMselect TicketsFloor PlanAdditional InfoMapWidget GPS Coordinates -33.9067083,18.4191389 Refunds And Cancellations You may cancel any booking submitted to us for tickets that have not yet been issued to you at any t ... Discounts Children under 5 admitted free (max 2 children per adult) Price R80.00: Children (5 to 15 years)1 day ticket - Valid for all tours(Valid on day of purchase ONLY) Children under 5 admitted free (max 2 children per adult) Please Note The purchase of a pre-paid ticket does not guarantee a seat. Seats remain subject to availability All Entrance Fees off the bus are to your own account Duration Varies per chosen tour Exchanges And Upgrades Allowed Address Dock Road, V&A Waterfront Telephone: (021) 511 6000 Visit http://www.waterfront.co.za/maps for a detailed map of the V & A Waterfront Box Office Ticket Sales None Disabled Facilities Bus has ramp access for disabled patrons Can accommodate 2 wheelchairs on the lower deck per bus Doors/gates Open 09h00 Parking Secure paid parking available Prohibited Alcohol Refreshments And Meals Refreshments available at various stops for own account. Ticket Collection Please collect your tickets at any Computicket, Shoprite, Checkers or Checkers Hyper store before th ... Venue: City Sightseeing Tour Office - Cape Town, Western Cape Date: Wed 17 Jun 2015 9:01 am
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Business Events




Public Sports Events

Event The Cape Wheel - Cape Town 
Date 02. Jun. 2002 - 31. Dec. 2015  10:00 - 10:00 
Location V + A Waterfront - V & A Waterfront, Cape Town, Western Cape,
Type Public Sports Events
Description Event Information Event Type: Lifestyle, Family Our Cape Wheel is a giant observation wheel that offers a spectacular 360 degree panoramic view of Cape Town from the iconic and vibrant V&A Waterfront precinct. Your viewing experience across the Mother City includes Table Mountain, Robben Island, Cape Town City skyline, Paarl Mountains and the Cape Town Stadium. The Cape Wheel offers 30 fully enclosed air conditioned cabins that will take you 40 metres above the ground in safety and comfort on the 12 - 15 minute, 4 revolution ride. Opening Times: Mon-Thurs: 12pm-9pm, Fri & Sat: 10am-10pm, Sun 10am-9pm. GPS Coordinates -33.9067083,18.4191389 Please Note When you purchase tickets for the Sky Dining or VIP rides please call 021 418 2502 to make your booking. Refunds And Cancellations You may cancel any booking submitted to us for tickets that have not yet been issued to you at any t ... Exchanges And Upgrades Allowed Ticket price R50 - R800 Start time 10h00 Ticket Collection Doors open 10h00 Duration 30 min Parking Disabled Venue V + A Waterfront - V & A Waterfrontselect Date & Time Tue 02 Jun 15 10:00 AMselect TicketsFloor PlanAdditional InfoMapWidget GPS Coordinates -33.9067083,18.4191389 Please Note When you purchase tickets for the Sky Dining or VIP rides please call 021 418 2502 to make your booking. Refunds And Cancellations You may cancel any booking submitted to us for tickets that have not yet been issued to you at any t ... Exchanges And Upgrades Allowed Doors/gates Open Monday to Friday: 10h00 Saturday and Sunday: 09h00 Duration VIP and Sky Dining rides: 30 minutes All other rides: 12 minutes Refreshments And Meals Refreshments available at venue Prohibited Drugs, weapons, alcohol and own alcohol Allowed Cameras Price Family of Four (2 Adults and 2 Children 4 to 15 Years): R270.00 Adult: R100.00 Children (4 to 15 Y ... Discounts Children under 4 admitted free Passouts Not allowed Box Office Ticket Sales Open 10h00 for sales and collections Ticket Collection Box office opens 10h00 for sales and collections. Please collect your tickets at any Computicket st ... Disabled Facilities Venue is wheelchair friendly and easily accessible. Venue has a special parking area and toilet facilities for disabled patrons. Parking Parking available at the venue Address Visit http://www.waterfront.co.za/maps for a detailed map of the V & A Waterfront Venue: V + A Waterfront - Cape Town, Western Cape Date: Tue 2 Jun 2015 10:00 am
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Event South Africa vs World XV 
Date 11. Jul. 2015 - 11. Jul. 2015  17:00 - 20:00 
Location 8 Boundary Road Newlands, Cape Town, Western Cape,
Type Public Sports Events
Description International Rugby Match: South Africa vs World XV Starts at 5pm Cost: R100 - R550 Read more at: http://www.whatson.co.za/details.php?id=173624 Copyright © What's On Publishing SA
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