Against some of Cape Town’s most spectacular backdrops, the Galileo open-air cinema offers a feast of films and artisan food. More than 100 movies will be shown. There will be weekly shows at Hillcrest Quarry (Tuesdays), Kirstenbosch (Wednesdays) and the V&A Waterfront (Thursdays), as well as a Friday night show at different venues across the city. Further out are two Saturday shows per month in the Winelands. Get more info and the programme at The Galileo.
Run away from urban life to the river for a weekend of mayhem, mischief, magic and music. The line-up includes Veranda Panda, The Kiffness, German outfit Riders Connection with their bend of reggae, soul and blues, Southern Wild, Grassy Spark, Das Kapital, Jackal & The Wind and Kings Down South.
To launch the new festival, River Republic have had contra-vision vinyls printed for the back of car windscreens. If you’re the first in your suburb to claim your vinyl by e-mail, you'll get a free ticket with it. Tickets are R850 for general camping. Pre-pitched tents, chalets and self-catering units available. Get more info and book at River Republic.
African Beer Emporium is an upmarket restaurant and bar which will serve a taste of Africa with a large variety of African beers. Get a sneak peek at the restaurant with a selection of dishes and beer that will be on offer. The Market on Main Holiday Edition will be running next door, with local art and music by DJ Bob, Tumelo, DJ Bubbles, Michael Lesar, DJ Danger Ingozi and Miz Buttons until late. All at 012 Central, 367 Helen Joseph Street.