December 03, 2010
Cape Town weekend highlights, December 3 – 5
The Rudimentals. Photo courtesy Damien du Toit
Engage your creative side this weekend at the newly renamed Observatory Festival of Arts. Held at the Village Green and featuring the best local acts, the 14th annual festival is sure to rock one of Cape Town’s most artistic suburbs.
Listen to the soulful sounds of the Rudimentals, enjoy Indian dancing or sample some of the delicious treats on offer at the food market. Doors open at 19h00 on Friday and the party continues all weekend.
Your weather forecast for this weekend, according to the South African Weather Service:
Friday: Maximum temperature of 20°C, cloudy, 30% chance of rain
Saturday: Maximum temperature of 22°C, partly cloudy, no chance of rain
Sunday: Maximum temperature of 23°C, partly cloudy, no chance of rain
Below are some more of the great events happening in Cape Town this weekend:
Nothing beats an evening of laughter with your favourite barbers in the hilarious comedy show Joe Barber 5: School Cuts at the Baxter Theatre.
Tickets are R110. For more information, phone +27 (0)21 685 7880.
For a heady mix of feathers, fabulous costumes, drummers and more, don’t miss the eMzantsi Carnival in Sun Valley.
A free music concert, delicious food, competitions and a parade will make this celebration of the Southern Peninsula unforgettable.
Call +27 (0)21 785 1515 for more information.
The Parlotones live at Canal Walk Musica
For a chance to meet your favourite band and see them perform live, head down to Musica Megastore at Canal Walk this Sunday.
They’ll be singing some of their hit songs, signing autographs, and launching their new DVD.
Dial +27 (0)21 551 3079 for more information.