Newlands Spring Market: Street Food + Live Music in the ’Burbs

Newlands Spring Market: Street Food + Live Music in the ’Burbs

Southern suburbs dwellers, there’s no need to trek to the other side of the mountain for a cool vibe…

If you live in the southern suburbs, and are tired of trekking to the other side of the mountain to enjoy all the cool things the Mother City has to offer, listen up. This newish market in town (well, in the ’burbs, actually) is heating up the southern suburbs this summer!

Its picturesque setting – between the iconic Newlands Brewery and stadium, with Table Mountain as its backdrop – makes it the perfect summer outdoor outing. Added to this, there’s an impressive list of top-drawer artisans, purveyors, and brands who’ll be vending from the venue. These include Scheckters Raw, The Mac Factory Cape Town, Umami, Tailgate Foods,

Jazzy’s Gourmet Pizza, Smith St Paleo, Frankees, Colony Cycles, Masala Cafe, The Donut Workshop, Wingmen, Tacos Locos, IYO Burgers, Jason’s Bakery, and Remy Cointreau Springs Bar, when last we checked…

The next market instalment is scheduled to take place on Sunday, 25 February, from 9am until 3pm. Subscribe to our newsletter, and we’ll keep you up to speed with future dates.

In the meantime, if you’re looking to spend a leisurely Sunday in the ’burbs, with cool live music in the background, and lots of delicious things to eat and drink, swing by Newlands Spring Market.

Location The Oval (between Newlands Brewery and Newlands Stadium), 3 Main Road, Newlands



9am – 3pm


072 315 3006,


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: 22 February 2018

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5 Responses to “Newlands Spring Market: Street Food + Live Music in the ’Burbs”

  1. Anthony Jackson

    Sounds great. I will be there!

  2. Deborah Schein

    Very interested especially vegan foods and if items enviromentally friendly ,talks, and newsletter.Thank you kind regards Deborah Schein.

  3. shawaal

    will there be halaal foods.

  4. Patricia

    I think it is a wonderful idea….but it would be perhaps more attractive if there was home ware & gifts to buy? Would that be a consideration for the future?

    With thanks Patricia

  5. Breanne Stewart

    Are pets allowed?