Here's a list of events that are happening in Cape Town from 24 November until 03 December 2017.
Jimmy Nevis Live at Grandwest
On the back of his soon to be released and third studio album titled Quarter Life Crisis, singer, songwriter Jimmy Nevis presents live in concert 2524; an unapologetic and honest reflection of what turning 25 has meant for the artist. Join Jimmy Nevis as he takes you through the songs that have reconnected him with his soul and have helped him rediscover his passions.
Venue: GrandWest Arena
Dates: 25 November 2017
Tickets: R125 - R250
Johnny Clegg: The Final Journey
Johnny will be heading to Cape Town where he performs his final sold-out concert at The Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden on 25th November.
Venue: Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens
Date: 25 November 2017
Rosé All Day Affair
Come celebrate the arrival of warm days, lazy lunches, salmon coloured sunsets and sultry nights at one of Cape Town’s hottest spots.
Book a table for lunch or stay all day enjoying delicious Boschendal Brut Rose or Chardonnay Pinot Noir at R 190 bottle. Or speak to your waitron about the bottomless bubbly option.
Venue: Café Caprice
Dates: Every Saturday
River Republic 2017
Calling all facial-hair-bearing hipsters, jaunty jocks, burlesque beauties, fancy freelancers, busy business people, or anyone else who loves some fun: It’s time to run away to the river for one weekend of beats, mayhem, mischief and magic.
Escape to the River Republic. A place where time slows and feet are moved by the rhythm of the river and the movements of the sun.
Venue: Round The Bend Camp, Breeder River, Swellendam
Date: 24 - 26 November 2017
Time: 12:00Tickets: R710 - R860
Cape Town Youth Choir - Summer Concert
At a time when shopping centers are turning up the hype and volume, we invite you to "stop and smell the roses". Join us for our summer concerts and experience a moment where you can pause and refresh your inner being.
The Cape Town Youth Choir will be performing works by Eriks Esenvalds, Morten Lauridsen, Anton Bruckner and Pentatonix as well as spirtuals, traditional songs, a Christmas carol or two and also some (very) non-traditional songs.
We will also present what we believe to be the South African premiere of Hugo Distler's incredible setting of the carol "Es ist ein Ros Entsprungen".
Venue: St Mary's Cathedral Parish
Date: 02 December 2017
Tickets: R80 - R120
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