Africa’s biggest Sixes tournament, the Sasfin Cape Town Cricket Sixes, is back – and bigger than ever, combining all our favourite pastimes: live music, sunshine, the outdoors, food stalls, beer and sport!
Taking place from 14 to 16 February, the family-friendly festival is being held at the iconic Western Province Cricket Club – the first time since the festival began five years ago – a move that takes cricket back to its roots in the southern suburbs. This year, festival-goers can expect more food stalls, multiple bars selling gin, wine and beer and – most excitingly – a performance from iconic local band GoodLuck, among others. Even if participating in the matches isn’t your thing, there’s sure to be something to tickle your fancy.
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The Sasfin Cape Town Cricket Sixes incorporates men’s, women’s and junior leagues into their line-up, welcoming players across all skill levels from all over the world into various leagues. In 2020, the founders are excited to announce the addition of touch and tag rugby leagues on top of the already-popular cricket and football leagues. So round-up your mates and get your team together for a weekend of social sports.
To book your team into the cricket, rugby or football leagues for 2020, follow this link.
Apart from the ongoing cricket, rugby and football matches, the line-up of activities, entertainment and food and drink offerings will keep you hydrated, satiated and entertained the whole weekend!
- Live entertainment from some of SA’s biggest acts, such as GoodLuck and The Rivertones.
- Playstation Adventure Park for kids with games, jumping castles and face-painting.
- Global Food Village offering a variety of food stalls and restaurant pop-ups.
- Gin and wine bars celebrating the best of local brands.
- Corporate Hospitality tents overlooking sport and entertainment areas.
So, grab your mates, a pair of sunglasses and some sunblock and let the games begin. Overs and out!
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Western Province Cricket Club