Beats, brie and biltong… Here are some of the top events to look forward to in April 2020 in Cape Town.
The Mother of all cities is heating up with a festive lineup of cool events! Here’s our pick of where to go and what to do in April 2020.
|APRIL 2020 EVENTS|
|CANCELLED||Galileo Open Air Cinema: April Edition||Cape Town & The Winelands|
|POSTPONED||Kirstenbosch Summer Concerts: Closing Concert||Kirstenbosch|
|POSTPONED||Muratie Summer Concerts: Bottomless Coffee||Stellenbosch|
|CANCELLED||South African Cheese Festival||Stellenbosch|
|POSTPONED||Decorex Cape Town||Cape Town|
Galileo Open Air Cinema: April Edition
Where Cape Town + The Winelands
The lowdown How does watching a flick under a starry sky sound? If the thought appeals, then check out Galileo Open Air Cinema’s April lineup for the final month of the 2019/20 season, and watch a silverscreen classic (or a millennium favourite) at a scenic venue in and around Cape Town.
Cost From R109 – R360
Location Various Venues
Kirstenbosch Summer Concerts: Closing Concert
Where Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens
The lowdown The summer sunset concerts season ends off with a performance by Andrew Young and Don Vino.
Cost R170 – R220
Contact 021 799 8783, email@example.com
Location Rhodes Drive, Newlands, Cape Town
Muratie Summer Concerts: Bottomless Coffee
The lowdown Concerts In The Garden at Muratie make for the perfect outing – a relaxing soundtrack for an afternoon in the sun. Local multi-instrumental alternative duo, Bottomless Coffee, will take to the stage for the last of the series. Before the concert starts, why not enjoy a hearty lunch at the Muratie Farm Kitchen, before settling down under the ancient oaks with a glass of wine in hand?
Contact 021 8652330, firstname.lastname@example.org
Location Muratie Wine Estate, Knorhoek Road, Koelenhof, Stellenbosch
South African Cheese Festival
The lowdown Join 30 000 fromage fans at the 19th annual Cheese Festival for three days of eating, drinking and general merriment to celebrate South Africa’s cheese-making industry.
Cost R200 – R215 (early bird, general)
R20 (children 2 – 13 years)
Contact 021 975 4440, email@example.com
Location Sandringham Estate, (via N1) Stellenbosch
Where Tankwa Karoo
The lowdown This year’s theme is Afroboratory – an African-inspired space for experimenting and cultivating ideas, much like a laboratory, where everyone is invited!l So let your creative spirit run wild for a week of outrageous costumes, uplifting music, communal bonfires, cashless living, and much, much more.
Cost R1 985 (general)
R2 500 (New Horizon general)
R 3 500 (Mayday)
R1 985 (children 15 – 17 years)
R250 (children 0 – 15 years, online)
R300 (children 0 – 15 years, at the gate)
R695 (subsidised tickets)
R250 (vehicle pass, online)
R300 (vehicle pass, at the gate)
Free (pensioner, over 70 years old)
Location Tankwa Karoo, R355, Calvinia
Decorex Cape Town
Where Cape Town
The lowdown Home-makers, interior designers, architects and full-time shoppers in search of the latest home decor-related trends, products, information and tips converge at this one-stop home-decor paradise.
Cost R110 (adults)
R100 (students and pensioners)
R20 (children 0 – 12 years)
Contact 011 549 8300, firstname.lastname@example.org
Location Cape Town International Convention Centre, Convention Square, 1 Lower Long Street, Cape Town
Research by Bianca Hausle
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