December 17, 2010
Cape Town Weekend Highlights 17 - 19 December
MC Hammer. Photo courtesy Matthew von Abo of www.huntalive.com
A dancing trip down memory lane, crooning idols and the biggest fancy dress party of the year are yours to enjoy this weekend in the Mother City.
Dig out your black leather jacket, hammer pants and body suit, because you should be dancing down memory lane with three of the biggest artists of the 90s – MC Hammer, Vanilla Ice and SNAP!’s Turbo B – at the Grand Arena tonight. We know you remember the lyrics to Ice Ice Baby and you’re just dying to sing along, so get your tickets by calling +27(0)83 915 8000 now!
Your forecast for the weekend courtesy of the South African Weather Service:
Friday: Maximum temperature of 22°C, partly cloudy skies, no chance of rain
Saturday: Maximum temperature of 20°C, partly cloudy skies, no chance of rain
Sunday: Maximum temperature of 25°C, clear skies, no chance of rain
Events to get you out and about this weekend include:
Idols Top 5 at CTICC
2010 Idols winner Elvis Blue and his four runners-up will be onstage at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) tonight. Together for the first time since the finale, these five fabulous performers are sure to blow you away.
Call +27 (0)83 915 8000 for more info.
Carols by Candlelight at Kirstenbosch
The popular candlelit carols evening will once again take place at the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden this weekend. Sing your favourite festive tunes accompanied by the Cape Town Concert Brass and the Cape Town Male Voice Choir and get in the mood for the upcoming holiday.
Find out more by phoning +27 (0)21 761 2866.
Mother City Queer Projects (MCQP) will be hosting their 15th annual fancy dress party at Cape Town Stadium this Saturday. A super-secret big reveal will make this flower power celebration one not to be missed!
Email email@example.com for more details.
Sandcastle construction on Blouberg Beach
A beach day is one of life’s simple pleasures. Celebrating just that as part of the Live Free Project, Capitec Bank will be hosting a sandcastle construction event on Blouberg Beach. Mermaids, aeroplanes, dolphins and myriad other castles made to order will be built by some of Michaelis School of Fine Art’s most talented students.
Visit www.facebook.com/capitecbank for more info.