Visitors and locals can now again experience a lively Friday night out at Amazink theatre-restaurant in Kayamandi, Stellenbosch. The re-introduction of the “lite” version of this unique experience of discovering the magic of Stellenbosch and its people enjoys the full support of Stellenbosch 360.
Talented local performers entertain with an energetic, interactive performance which promises to have you out of your seat by the end of the night. For the hungry, Chef Roots will see to the tasty, quality local fare he has become known for.
Where: Amazink, Masitandane Street, Stellenbosch
When: 20 and 27 May as well as 3, 10, 17 and 24 June. The show starts at 20:00, while guests coming for dinner can arrive at 19:00.
Tickets: Available on Computicket or at the door. R120 for the concert; R200 for the concert and dinner (two meat dishes and three side dishes).
The menu includes wors, pork ribs and chicken wings, as well as mielie pap and chakalaka, chips, creamed spinach and salad.
The SU Woordfees manages Amazink theatre-restaurant. The SU Woordfees 2017 will be held from 3-12 March 2017 in Stellenbosch.
For more information about Amazink contact Ilana Cilliers at email@example.com
Another exciting show to look forward to at Amazink is Amanda Strydom in concert on 28 May. Tickets can also booked through Computicket. R150 for the show only, and R230 with dinner....
Christmas once again comes early this year as Tulbagh dons its winter cape in the month of June and welcomes the rest of the country to join them for a weekend extravaganza of wonderful winter warmers.
Marvel at the array of Christmas trimmings and glittering lights, take a trip with Father Christmas down historic Church Street and help him hand out treats to the many bright-eyed children, browse through the arts, crafts, photographic exhibitions, art galleries and quaint shops. You’re bound to find something to start filling the Christmas stockings with. Enjoy cheese, Belgian chocolate and olive tastings or join in the chilli eating and various other competitions happening. Jumping castles, pony rides, face painting are just some of the activities that will keep the little ones entertained.
A trip to the Tulbagh valley would be incomplete without a visit to our stunning wine estates. Join the winemakers and their staff for wine tastings, cellar tours and a variety of activities which will be on offer. Along the way you may even discover the age old art of sabrage …
Enticing aromas will send you in search of our gastronomic wonders. Join us for a cup of eggnog or a glass of gluhwein to warm the cockles, enjoy roaring log fires, glittering Christmas trees, winter warmer lunches and traditional Christmas fare and dinners at our world-class restaurants and coffee shops. If you need to catch up on that all important sports score, don’t fear, our Sports Bars are quite near!
The “Rock with Santa Party” on Saturday evening is not to be missed. Jive to the sounds of live music, enjoy much merriment and of course good company!
Come rain, shine or (hopefully) snow, the secluded valley of Tulbagh promises you a festive celebration of Christmas in Winter … [source:tulbaghtourism.org.za]...
Bartholomeus Klip has opened up its exclusive farm restaurant for lunch to the public, and in the same breath, now also allows children. With a weekly changing set 3-course menu, chef Louise Gillett and restaurant manager Louise Gillett are sure to enthral food lovers in the Cape Winelands with their authentic farm-style fine cuisine. Read more here: bartholomeusklip.com/eat/...
Blusher, porcini, boletus, pine rings… Mother Nature’s elusive delicacies are waiting to be unearthed at the legendary Delheim Wine Estate, when it opens its private forest to avid fungi foragers during its annual Wild Mushroom Hunts on 16 & 17 June and 1 & 2 July.
These ex-cep-tional excursions are led by Delheim’s Nora Sperling-Thiel and seasoned field expert Gary Goldman, aka the Mushroom Fundi, and will see intimate groups honing their foraging feelers in search of these ‘wild wonders’.
“The fact that we have lost 95% of our pine forest on the farm during the tragic Simonsberg fire in January will not deter us from sharing this magical spot with inveterate foragers and nature lovers. The pine forest was actually the only forest we were able to save, so with these exhilarating excursions on the estate we not only want enthusiasts to learn more about fungi we also want them to enjoy what’s left of it,” shares Delheim’s Nora Sperling-Thiel who learned the lost art of seasonal foraging from her mother and has been collecting mushrooms on their wine farm since she was a child.
With mushrooms able to deliver both death and delirium, Gary will give the group some important guidelines and pointers to follow before they trot off into the woods for the ‘silent hunt’.
“It is empowering to have knowledge about one’s environment, particularly what can be used and eaten in the natural environment. So at the end of the day we hope to inspire other foragers to learn more and become comfortable in picking their own mushrooms,” shares Gary.
After an invigorating morning in the forest, a content group will head for the estate’s Garden Restaurant where the chopping boards will come out for a 3-course feast by Chef Bruce Von Pressentin, featuring mushrooms in all their finery.
There are only 40 spots available per day as Delheim treasures a delicate balance between sharing their ‘family passion’ and protecting their natural habitat.
The Delheim Wild Mushroom Hunts start at 10am in the Vat Cellar and tickets cost R650 per person. A ticket includes a Delheim bottle of wine and two glasses to take home; the insightful lecture on mushroom identification over a cup of coffee and rusks; the forest forage, as well as the mushroom-inspired lunch and a glass of Delheim wine. All you need to bring is a sharp pair of eyes, comfortable walking shoes and a warm jacket!
Advance bookings are essential and given the intimate nature of these hunts, no group bookings are allowed. Book your tickets on Computicket. For more information contact Tel: 021 888 4607/079 735 3257 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
IMPORTANT NOTES: Delheim is particularly concerned about this year’s drought and what effect it will have on wild mushrooms. Although these events take place at the time of year when there is the largest chance of finding wild mushrooms and the ‘moon is right’, Delheim cannot guarantee that you will find any on the day. A strong focus will however be placed on mushroom education during these events. Even if you don’t find them you will still learn about them and enjoy them during lunchtime.
Delheim Estate is located in the Simonsberg sub-region of the Stellenbosch Wine Routes, on the Knorhoek Road, off the R44....
Dip-licious delights to ward off the winter blues
Why sing the blues if you can swing to Delheim’s Cheese Fondue & Jazz indulgences, when this popular Stellenbosch wine estate will sizzle with a melting pot of dip-licious delights, every Sunday from 3 July until 28 August.
These laidback lunchtime affairs invite guests to ensconce themselves in the cosy depths of the atmospheric ‘downstairs’ tasting cellar – snug with low ceilings and intimate tables – to sip on quality estate wines and savour the lingering aromas of melted cheese. This is all served up with the mellow sounds of a live jazz band that will keep the toes tapping until late in the afternoon.
“At Delheim we embrace the chill factor to the max this winter. When it is chilly outside we invite you to come and chill with us. These Sunday sessions are for friends and families who want to huddle around sizzling fondue pots for a taste of nostalgia and most importantly have a good time,” shares Charlotte Terblanche, Delheim’s Destination Manager.
Resident Chef Bruce von Pressentin swirls his cheese fondue to an authentic Swiss recipe that oozes deliciousness and combines Emmental, Gruyère and white wine for a hearty ‘blast from the past’. The fondue makes its way to your table with oven fresh bread dippers and vegetable crudités. Guests can also order starters from Delheim’s Garden Restaurant menu at an additional cost.
Delheim’s Cheese Fondue & Jazz Sundays start at 12h30 and cost R200 per person. A ticket includes a steaming glass of Glühwein to warm the cockles, a shared cheese fondue and the soulful, live music.
These events are hugely popular and pre-bookings are advised. Contact Delheim at Tel: (021) 888 4607 or send an email to email@example.com to secure your cosy table.
Delheim Estate is located in the Simonsberg sub-region of the Stellenbosch Wine Routes, on the Knorhoek Road, off the R44....
Every year, in July, Franschhoek celebrates Bastille Day with wine and food tastings, music and markets. “Bastille Day” is the name given in English-speaking countries to the French “Fête Nationale” – commemorating the anniversary of the storming of the Bastille fortress-prison during the French Revolution. With its centuries old French-Huguenot roots, Franschhoek colours red, white and blue while showcasing the best the valley has to offer.
Year after year, this has been a very popular (and crowded) gathering of locals and visitors, who try their hands at the Franschhoek wines and food, jeu de boules and local produce and products, while wearing Paris-style berets for the occasion.
The Food & Wine Marquee, set against the backdrop of the historic Huguenot Monument, is the place to be. As winter sets in the marquee is guaranteed to keep out the cold yet still offering exquisite views of the mountain. Ample parking on the grounds allow for comfortable walking distance to and from the village. Sample the superb Franschhoek wines on offer or tickle your taste buds with the selection of delicious gourmet fare available to purchase from some of Franschhoek’s well-known eateries.
Tickets to the Food & Wine Marquee cost R220 person and include entry, a complimentary tasting glass, a booklet of five wine tasting coupons as well as a R20 wine voucher to be redeemed at the festival. Additional coupons can be purchased on the day. Tickets are limited and to avoid disappointment on missing out on all the action pre-booking through www.webtickets is advised.
Adding that extra pizzazz the village, a hive of festival activities, will be kitted out in its finest French flare, as you take in the sights and sounds of all that’s on offer. Boules, markets, fine food and so much more.
For more information visit www.franschhoekbastille.co.za or follow us on Twitter @Franschhoek_SA....
Make the most of the Cape winter and head out to the historic Muratie Estate in Stellenbosch for a mellow fireside celebration of Cape Port-Style Wines at the Flavours of Winter Festival on Saturday 30th July, hosted by the Melck family, South Africa’s top Cape Port-Style Wine Producers, and African Cork Suppliers.
Port lovers are invited to cosy up in one of the Cape’s oldest wineries, appreciating the rich and luscious flavours of Cape Port-Style Wines and noshing on delicious winter warmer treats prepared by the Muratie Farm Kitchen. All the wines on show will be available for purchase at cellar door prices. In addition, von Geusau will be tempting taste buds with their decadently delicious hand crafted chocolates.
Venue: Muratie Estate, Stellenbosch
Date: Saturday 30thJuly
Time: 10h30 until 16h00
Cost: R100 per person including a tasting glass
Due to limited space, visitors are advised to book in advance
Telephone: (021) 865 2330 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Time will go by exceptionally slowly in the beautiful Robertson Wine Valley when Robertson Slow takes place. Wineries and guest houses from Ashton, Bonnievale, McGregor and Robertson will welcome visitors into their homes, to their dining tables and onto their farms for a food & wine experience – enjoyed SLOWLY. Dine at the homes of our winemaking families, cook traditional Robertson Country Fare such as Waterblommetjie Bredie, “melktert”, venison and Karoo Lamb and meet our winemakers to taste and discuss their wines....
The Hermanus Wine and Food Festival is a gateway for visitors into the award winning wines of the Overberg. The Overberg wine region produces some of the most sought after wines in the country and you are invited to browse through the wine show, appreciate, delight in and sense the fruit of the vines, and discover your own favourites.
The Hermanus Wine & Food Festival was nominated as one of the 10 best wine festivals in South Africa! Local wineries from Elgin to Elim will present their wines and delectable fares for tasting, not forgetting delectable fares from various food and snack vendors. All the wines on tasting will be available for purchasing during the festival at cellar door prices....
Classical Music, Wine, Food and Art – If art and music are to bring a message, it should be the mirror of gifted personalities who, by virtue of their originality of vision and style, show us how much richer life is than it seems to the ordinary citizen.
U moet asseblief ons natuurskoon bewonder en geniet. Ons mense sal u baie tuis laat voel. Hulle is ons grootste bate. Wamkelekile e Klein Karoo. Yiza uzonkonwabela ubuncwane bokuzibuka kwethu. From music and wine, what sudden friendships spring.
Official 2015 programme:
Klein Karoo Klassique, Oudtshoorn’s festival of classical music, food, art and wine brings top classical musicians to this Karoo town for the seventh time from Thursday, 13 to Sunday, 16 August. On this year’s programme there is music for every classical taste, by international and local artists and composers.
“Following last year’s very successful festival and feedback received from festival goers, we decided to bring some of last year’s favourite artists back in new, exciting combinations. These include the Charl du Plessis Trio, the vocal ensemble of the the Cape Town Opera Choir and the US Symphony Orchestra”, says Rhodé Snyman, CEO of Kunste Onbeperk, the presenter of Klein Karoo Klassique.
The highlight of this year’s Klassique is the Mimi Coertse Galakonsert: Ons Gaan Groot (Sunday, 15 Aug) with Magdalene Minnaar (soprano), Sipho Fubesi (tenor), the Vocal Ensemble of the Cape Town Opera Choir with musical direction by Marvin Kernelle and the US Symphonic Orchestra under the baton of Maestro Corvin Matei. The passion and drama of the opera can be experienced through this interpretation of world-famous music such as the Nessun Dorma from Puccini’s Turandot and the magnificent vocal quartet, Bella figlia dell’amore.
South Africa’s foremost Steinway artist, Charl du Plessis, adapts Mozart’s masterful music in his unique style and takes the audience on an exciting jazz journey in Eine Kleine Jazzmusik (Friday, 14 Aug). He is joined on stage by Magdalene Minnaar (soprano), Musanete Sakupwanya (tenor), Werner Spies (double bass), Hugo Radyn (drums) and the Evolution of 4 string quartet.
The South Cape Children’s Choir, accompanied by Jan-Erik Swart and in conjunction with Jannie Moolman (tenor) and Loveline Madumo (soprano), ends Klassique 2015 with Suid-Afrika in Refrein, a unique programme of beloved, inspiring and truly South African texts and compositions, such as the touching Magaliesbergse Aandlied.
Jan Hugo is a renowned pianist from Bloemfontein who has been studying music in Italy since the age of 13. He shares his passion for romantic music on Sunday, 16 August, with amongst others, music by the popular Chopin in Romantiese reise deur die 19de Eeu.
The programme features music by two quartets, with the Amici string quartet from Cape Town, playing a captivating and diverse repertoire, which includes works by amongst others Mozart, Hendrik Hofmeyr and Dvořák (Friday, 14 Aug) and the Evolution of 4 string quartet from Pretoria, who will take the audience on a musical journey through contrasting worlds with music by Beethoven, Van Wyk and Schuber in Vanaf Wene na die Karoo en Terug (Saturday, 15 Aug).
In Romantiese Sonates (Saturday, 15 Aug) Anmari van der Westhuizen (cello) and Ilse Schumann (piano) plays compelling music by Chopin, Grieg and Kreisler. Van der Westhuizen and Schumann both grew up in Stellenbosch, and performed together for the first time in Vienna. They have since developed a deep musical attunement for each other.
Klassique begins with the ATKV Openingskonsert (Thursday, 13 Aug), a recital with Polina Burdukova (cello), the first foreigner to win an ATKV classical music competition, together with the most recent winners of the ATKV’s competitions for vocalists and instrumentalists, Johannes Slabbert (baritone) and Willem de Beer (piano), for an evening of light classical works from well-known musicals.
Local pianist Sulayman Human performs at the festival twice. He is joined by Visser Liebenberg (clarinet) for a programme of music from Saint-Saëns to Brahms (Friday, 14 Aug). With this recital, Human plans to raise funds to complete his doctorate in America. On Saturday, 15 August Human performs with his piano teacher, John Theodore, for the first time in Kykie, dis Klassiek. This performance, also including members of a UCC choir, showcases Oudtshoorn’s classical music talents in three short recitals with a programme of moving church music in a unique setting.
“The affordability of Klassique is a top priority for us and therefore tickets prices are kept affordable and we once again offer a special discounted ticket package, for those who do not want to miss a single note at the festival,” Snyman says. This package, that includes a ticket to every recital, costs R600, a saving of R400. “The reasonable ticket prices (average of R100 per recital) and the special discounted package is made possible by a contribution from the Rupert Music Foundation,” she further states.
According to Snyman the venues used for Klassique were reconsidered. “This year, we are using the NGK Park venue for most of the recitals, following requests from festival visitors for a venue with better lines of sight.”
Visitors can complement their musical experience with delicious meals at a variety of restaurants and coffee shops throughout town, tasting some of the top wines from the vicinity and visit the various galleries in town with exhibitions by the various artists that live in the town.
The full programme is available at www.klassique.co.za and tickets from Computicket or Shoprite / Checkers....
The Winelands Chocolate Festival is taking place at Blaauwklippen Wine Estate in the heart of the Stellenbosch Winelands, with selected exhibitors who will present the very best of the South Africa’s Chocolate industry, including chocolatiers, pastry chefs, bakers, sugar craft artists and confectioners; as well as suppliers of couverture, fillers, fondant, edible decorations, tools, gadgets etc. There are fun activities on both days for adults and for children – and at the Winelands Chocolate Theatre we have expert chocolate demos plus tutored brandy/ whisky and bubbly tastings and wine & chocolate pairing events. To inspire our creative bakers this year, we have great prizes up for grabs for entries in the Creative Cakes competition; We have also negotiated some Accommodation Specials for visitors to Stellenbosch at the time of the chocolate festival....
The Clanwilliam Wild Flower Show displays more than 400 species of freshly picked wildflowers, many of which grow nowhere else in the world, artfully arranged under one roof, illustrating the natural beauty of the Cederberg.
Various exciting activities are on offer throughout the Clanwilliam Wild Flower show which promises the whole family a fun-filled time that will not be forgotten. Flower enthusiasts are invited to get up close and personal with the glorious wild flowers during the various guided walking tours on offer....
If happiness is a shared meal, then Gabriëlskloof Restaurant, the gorgeously appointed culinary hotspot on the ‘koppie’ outside Bot River, is your happy place this winter, where their new Sharing Sundays cater for slow-cooked, shared meals a la family style.
>From 1 May until the end of August, the concept of shareable cuisine will take on a nostalgic charm at this wine and olive farm in the Overberg, with each Sunday saluting a different ‘family feast’ with wholesome dishes cooked from the larder and land.
“There is a huge difference between ‘sharing a meal’ and ‘sharing food’. With our Sharing Sundays we invite people to ditch their winter hibernation for a communal, happy high. It is all about simple, slow cooked family meals served on big platters where everyone can help themselves and share in a delicious selection of heritage fare at their own table,” explains Chef Frans Groenewald who is renowned for his heart and soul food, served with true ‘platteland’ passion and a generous hand.
“With our Sharing Sundays we want people to engage with their more prosocial selves and get cosy and content, while we chase away the winter chills with great food, wine and company,” adds Frans, a fan of rich sauces, bold flavours and real farm butter.
Changing weekly, these family feasts will range from Osso Buco and hearty sides to Tomato Bredie with tables brimming with country fare; Coq au Vin with a touch of ‘Frans’ to rustic farm chicken with tasty, earthy comforts to brighten even the greyest of winter‘s days. A large fireplace and comfy nook with sofas, round off a relaxed, homey ambience which entices visitors to indulge, recharge and genuinely slow down.
In addition to its Sharing Sundays which cost R250 per person for this three course family feast, Gabriëlskloof also lifts the lid on wholesome country goodness with a new A La Carte Winter Menu, with a two course meal costing R185 and a three course indulgence R215.
Gabriëlskloof Restaurant is open daily for breakfast and lunch, except on Tuesdays and bookings are essential. To reserve your table at this delicious destination, where convivial, country hospitality meets genuine people and real food and wine with a sense of place, contact Tel: 028 284 9865 or send an email to email@example.com.
Gabriëlskloof Estate is just outside Bot River, on the Swartrivier Road, off the N2....
Widely regarded as one of the most unique arts festivals in the world, the Voorkamerfest takes place annually during the first week of September. The 21 houses in which the different performances take place, range from small township abodes to some of Darling’s grand Cape Dutch homes, and the owners play host to the guests and introduce the performers who hail from South Africa and Europe.
The acts, performed in local Darling resident’s living rooms, include a variety of dance, musical and drama genres, comedy, storytelling and magic – once again feeding the curiosity of those audience members who might not get the chance to attend a performance of any of the selected genres being show cased....
The Darling Wildflower Society has been around now for more than a century and the Society’s Show takes place annually over the third weekend in September. It celebrates an integral part of the Cape Fynbos Kingdom comprising of Renosterveld, Rietveld, Sandveld, and Strandveld where more than 1200 different species of flowers can be found.
The Darling Wildflower Society has held a show virtually every year since that first show in 1917. The ideals expressed by the founders still hold true today. They wanted to display Darling’s God-given wealth for the world to see. At the same time they promoted the conservation of flowers amongst the farmers of the district, who have since maintained the botanical diversity of the region over several generations.
The West Coast flower region, an integral part of the Cape Fynbos Kingdom, boasts more than 1200 species of flowering plants. About 80 of these are endemic to the West Coast and known nowhere else. The rich flora of the West Coast occurs on mainly three different soil types, culminating in three distinctive vegetation types, namely, Strandveld, Renosterveld and Sandveld. Darling lies within the Cape West Coast Biosphere reserve in the centre of the threatened lowland sandplain and renosterveld fynbos.
Darling’s veld is unique in that it consists of an intermingling of various veld types. This situation is found nowhere else in the world. The Cape Floral Kingdom, with more than 12 000 species, is also the richest in species diversity. It is astounding that Darling contains more than 10% of the species count of the Cape Floral Kingdom in less than 1% of the area. If there was ever a “Golden Mile” of the plant kingdom anywhere in the world, it must surely exist in Darling. If there was ever a “Most Threatened” area in the world, likewise.
This year’s show will be the 99th, building towards the Centenary Show next year. The theme this year is ‘The Weather & The Wildflowers’ to demonstrate to visitors the impact which weather has on our flora, especially in the Darling region.
The Flower Show will be offering a variety of activities to entertain young and old, and on Friday, 18th September, entrance for pensioners will be only R30! Your ticket includes entry to the Landscaped Hall depicting the flowers of the area in their natural habitat; a free ride on a tractor-drawn wagon to see the pristine wetland at Oude Post which is not normally accessible to the public and may only be visited during the Show; a Craft & Gourmet Food Market; Veteran Tractor/Car Display; an Entertainment Tent featuring live music from the famous Swartland band, Klassik and other local acts, with safe and secure parking for vehicles.
With more than 100 food and craft stalls, everyone’s taste buds and shopping needs will be catered for! Kids will have a weekend of fun in the playpark area with entertainment ranging from face-painting to rides, whilst adults can relax in the Mini Wine Route & Beer Tent. In addition there will be a shuttle driving through Darling, and stopping at places of interest. Your entrance fee to the Darling Wildflower Show will help to conserve our endangered floral kingdom for future generations.
Contact Michelle Linder
Tel 072 178 5744 / 084 916 1111
Linking creativity to a celebration of comestibles, this event brings together galleries & gastronomy, entertainment & eateries … so say “mmmM”, as you sample the mastery of the cellar, the kitchen and studio. McGregor’s boutique Food and Wine Festival. Wineries from the valley will be participating including our own grappa distillery. Foodie stalls, fun for kids, music and bargain wine prices. Experience hand made hospitality in McGregor.
It’s been described as the most fun, the most affordable and the least pretentious of any food and wine fest. At McGregor’s Country Food and Wine Festival, the winemakers of local cellars present their valley wines and village restaurateurs, chefs and caterers tempt with fare that ranges from rustic to topnotch, from traditional to trendy....
* 2016 dates to be confirmed * Join Franschhoek as the wineries open their doors to #Braai4Heritagefhk at the annual Franschhoek Uncorked Festival. What better way to celebrate your heritage than over a glass of newly released Franschhoek wines paired with delicious food cooked over an open flame as Franschhoek prepares to Braai4Heritage. Don’t miss out on special festival offerings – the perfect excuse to stock up on wine for the upcoming festive season!
Your Uncorked Weekend Pass, which costs R120 per person, allows you access to the participating farms as well as a complimentary tasting glass and free wine tastings. Pre-book through www.webtickets.co.za to avoid disappointment.
For more info contact the Franschhoek Wine Valley offices on 021 876 2861 or visit www.franschhoekuncorked.co.za for further details and a list of participating farms. For regular updates follow us on Twitter @Franschhoek_SA....
* 2016 dates to be confirmed * Be sure to diarise the date for the annual Anthonij Rupert Estate Protea Party.
The setting is a marquee, erected on the lawns of the Anthonij Rupert Tasting room, where you will dine under the stars with the majestic Drakenstein Mountains as your backdrop.
Make your way to the Estate by 18:30 pm to take advantage of the sun setting over the Franschhoek valley where you’ll be welcomed with a thirst quenching Protea Rosé cocktail.
A harvest style Winelands feast of fresh seasonal ingredients from the Franschhoek valley follows. A variety of delicious snacks, including skewers of roasted and marinated vegetables, beef empanadas & venison Carpaccio with rocket will kick off the feast. Slow roasted pork belly takes centre stage, served with roasted apples and a variety of other delicious accompaniments.
Round off your evening by indulging in the delectable treats on offer at the dessert station, which includes gourmet cupcakes as well as an ice cream bar with all the toppings. Work off your dessert on the dance floor with live music provided by the popular rocking Newton band before heading home....
* 2016 dates to be confirmed * At the top of the SA live music calendar, the annual Rocking the Daisies Music Festival reinvents itself every year with new features and attractions, and of course, the latest local and international rock sensations....
The Hermanus Whale Festival, the only Enviro-Arts festival in South Africa, is held annually to celebrate the return of the Southern Right whales to the waters of Walker Bay, our magnificent environment, arts and wines and the arrival of Spring!...