Spend Summer Sundays at the Kirstenbosch Craft and Food Market 2018

Spend Summer Sundays at the Kirstenbosch Craft and Food Market 2018

Fresh air, mountain views and loads of stuff to eat, drink and buy make this monthly market a win.

On the last Sunday of every month (from October through to May), the Kirstenbosch Craft and Food markets are a wonderful way to enjoy the warm weather while exploring the nearly 300 stalls. Featuring unique and handmade crafts, jewellery, clothing, leather goods, soaps, candles, aromatherapy products, art, garden furniture, pottery, and much more, there’s bound to be something that tickles your fancy.

Naturally, there’ll also be stalls selling tasty food, as well as a bar, where you’ll be able to purchase craft beer and wine. Entertainment comes courtesy of a top-brass jazz band lead by UCT Professor Mike Campbell, who sometimes brings along a celebrity musician or two. Plus, there’ll be pony rides and other kids’ activities, making it the perfect place for a leisurely Sunday afternoon with the whole family.

Diarise these dates for the upcoming Kirstenbosch craft and food markets:

27 May 2018

If you are going to the market, find out who will be playing later at the Kirstenbosch Summer Sunset Concerts.

Date

Time

9am – 3pm

Cost

Free

Contact

074 333 2170
kboschmarket@gmail.com

Disclaimer:

The Inside Guide has made every effort to ensure that the information in this post was correct at the time of publication. However, we do not assume any liability caused by errors, such as price, cost, time, and location.

Time of publication: 12 September 2017

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11 Responses to “Spend Summer Sundays at the Kirstenbosch Craft and Food Market 2018”

  1. Graham

    We had a great time at this market on Sunday 25th March. We bought lunch at a stall selling a choice of cooked chicken or lamb + an assortment of veggies. We chose chicken & brought it home to eat & it was delicious. We were a family of 7 but one did not have this meal. All 6 who had the meal had nausea & diarrhea by Monday lasting 2 days. Although we enjoyed the market, we are unlikely to purchase a pre-
    cooked meal there again. Vendors need to take care with cooked food.

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    • The Inside Guide

      Hi Graham, thanks for your comment. We are sorry to hear about your experience. We have brought this to the attention of the market’s organisers, and await their response.

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  2. pat birkett

    good afternoon, i might be looking for a needle in a haystack – looking for the contact details of the lady who sells earthy coloured light cotton shirts – traded at your last market on the fence side of the road that goes to the Kirstenbosch gardens – sort of 3 or 4 stalls from the corner – crazy i know but thought i would try anyway , many thanks

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    • Marga

      Hi Pat, best to cOntact market through their FB page. Next time come say hi to me. We are selling Dutch Poffertjes at the market 😄. fRegards Marga (learning for life)

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  3. Emerson

    How do you become a vendor and what does it cost please?

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  4. Dorcas

    how do i become a vendor ,what is the cost and conditions please ?

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  5. Patricia Holmes

    How do you become a vendor and what does it cost please?

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  6. Marc Viero

    What are the store prices at your market. Thanks. Marc

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  7. Nancy Cloete

    Good day,

    I’d love to work at these markets? Any ideas how I can get the word out to the stall owners that I am available. I am employed during the week, but seeking a second job over weekends. Love working with people, love the outdoors, and very hard working.

    Regards
    Nancy

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  8. Cindy

    Urgently looking for info on the two people who sell pepper grinders there please.

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  9. Sue

    Good day
    Please can you advice me is the craft market on tomorrow 22nd January 2017

    Many thanks

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