Save The Date: Events in Cape Town

By 15th Feb 2020Blog

If you’re staying #AtThePresident over the next few months, here are some events you might want to think about securing tickets for or activities you want to plan for. Cape Town has something for everyone and our city’s event line up is no exception.

We will update this page as more and more info about the year ahead comes in so be sure to check back ahead of your stay!

 

Kirstenbosch Summer Concerts – End of 2020

“The summer sunset concerts are back! And, as usual, the magnificent gardens of Kirstenbosch provide the backdrop for these open-air gigs – the perfect place to spend lazy afternoons. It’s also a fantastic picnic location, so bring along a blanket and a hamper of goodies. As per tradition, the line-up is a mix of international stars and local favourites.”

Time: Every Sunday from 4pm

Price: R170 – R900 per person

Find out more here.

 

Galileo Open Air Cinema – End of 2020

The Galileo Open Air Cinema features a variety of movie favourites under a ceiling of stars in some of Cape Town’s most popular venues. Every Wednesday and Thursday, the movies are screened at the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, famed for its natural beauty and wide range of unique plant life. On Fridays the venues rotate between 4 different spaces, namely Meerendel Wine Farm, Central Park, Battery Park (V&A Waterfront) and Steenberg Farm. Saturday screenings take place at a variety of wine farms around the Cape Winelands and in the month of December there are Sunday screenings at the Kelvin Grove Club.

Ticket Price: R109 – R195 per person

Find out more about this season’s line-up here.

 

UTCT – 28 & 29 November 2020

UTCT presents four trail races of 100km, 65km, 35km and 21km that traverse the mountains of the beautiful Cape Peninsula. The host city Cape Town is a world-class destination that features highly on any ‘must visit’ list. The City is shaped by two oceans and Table Mountain National Park, a dramatic mountain chain that stretches from Table Bay in the north to Cape Point in the south.

The races traverse sections of Table Mountain, Lion’s Head, Signal Hill, Orangekloof, Llandudno, Hout Bay, the Constantia Winelands, upper slopes of Kirstenbosch Nature Reserve and Devil’s Peak, which form part of the iconic natural world heritage site and one of the new Natural Seven Wonders of the World. All four races consist of technical terrain with steep ascents and descents. Weather can vary drastically with near sub-zero temperatures in the early morning on top of Table Mountain  to 30 degrees plus during the latter part of the day.

Ticket Price: From R1080 per person

Find out more here.

 

Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa – All Year Round

Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa (Zeitz MOCAA) is a public not-for-profit contemporary art museum which collects, preserves, researches, and exhibits twenty-first-century art from Africa and its diaspora; hosts international exhibitions; develops supporting educational and enrichment programmes; encourages intercultural understanding; and guarantees access for all. Over one hundred galleries, spread over nine floors, are dedicated to a large cutting edge permanent collection; temporary exhibitions; and more.

Ticket Price: R190 per person, under-18’s go free (but it’s also FREE for South Africans every Wednesday between 10am and 1pm)

Find out more here.

 

LOOKING FOR MORE THINGS TO DO IN CAPE TOWN? Find more events via What’s On In Cape Town here and via The Inside Guide here.

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