Amphitheatre, V&A Waterfront
The Amphitheatre located at the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town is a good spot for live entertainment from concerts to creative workshops and puppet shows.
Capacity crowds gather on weekends and holidays to take advantage of local artists, singers, performers and entertainers. The shows are usually for free.
Th Amphitheatre has also played host to major launches and campaigns such as the Springbok Rugby World cup 2011 send off, the Shout SA campaign and was the site of the of Table Mountain being announced as a new naural wonder of the world.
Take a break from shopping and rest your feet while catching live action on the big screen or witness live theatre.
For the latest on what's happening at the Amphitheatre visit the V&A Waterfront website for more information.
Construction and refurbishment of the Victoria Wharf food court will commence at the beginning of May 2012, and is set to be completed by November this year.
The amphitheatre, which is the heart of the V&A Waterfront entertainment hub, and central to the outdoor food court section, will remain out-of-use for most of the duration of the renovation process. Read more.
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