Feel the beauty of our country that is exceptional by organizing short stays around the best events in South Africa.
Book a flight and rental car, contact your partner, or surprise your partner and be inspired by these proud South African events.
1. Dance Umbrella
The Dance Umbrella Festival will travel to Gauteng again in late February 2019 to not forget a number of occasional modern dance performances. The festival will introduce established and new choreographers from South Africa and the surrounding area.
2. Soweto Wine Festival and Lifestyle
Enjoy good wine, food and entertainment for two days at the 14th Soweto Wine and Lifestyle Festival on September 6 and 7, 2019 in the Walter Sisulu Square in Soweto. Festival goers can sample excellent South African cuisine and wines by meeting winemakers, exploring the best travel destinations, and discovering new lifestyle brands.
3. Turbines for art exhibitions
Make sure you’re in the Turbine Art Fair row near Newton’s Joburg Turbine Hall for the sixth time in July 2019. It shows contemporary art by new and established artists, live music exhibitions, family entertainment as well as the food on offer and the obstacles on offer. It is the good place!
4. AFI Fashion Week in Cape Town
In March 2019, the AFI Cape Fashion Week is an event not to be missed! The fashion festival organized by the African Fashion Festival brings together the best local and continental creators with important new creators. Former designers include: Nicholas Coutts, Imprint, LaLesso, Sibusiso Mahone, Leandi Mulder and Saalima Abdel – Washib from Morocco.
5. GrandWest Casino and Entertainment Workshop
Learn how to play casino games that are presented by the GrandWest Casino. They will provide an evening of entertainment for you to learn games such as craps, roulette, blackjack, poker and baccarat. You can play for free and for real money.
The workshop is open from evening till midnight and all players looking to learn how to play casino games must be over the age of 18-years.
6. South African Cheese Festival
Visit the lush vineyards of Sandringham Manor in Stellenbosch from 26 to 28 April 2019 to enjoy the best South African food festival. You will find a variety of cheeses, from everyday cheeses to artisan cheeses, to artisan and gastronomic products, to wine and beer. You can also see famous chefs in the cinema, relax with live music and have fun with other fun activities.
7. Crazy food and wine weekend
The 16th version of the Wacky Wine Weekend, organized by Robertson Wine Valley, will take place from 7 to 9 June 2019 in the majestic Western Cape and will present more than 40 wineries in four days. Important experience! You can enjoy the taste of wine, advice on wines and food, demonstrations of wines and personal tastes with the most prestigious winegrowers of the Robertson Valley, live music, fun activities for children and adventures. Have fun outside.
8. Spark sparkles
The 29th annual water spray organized by KwaZulu-Natal Midlands on 18-22. April 2019, at the foot of the beautiful Drakensberg mountains. Splashy Fen, called “SA Friendsliest Music Festival”, is a three day music festival that attracts thousands of music fans with over 100 international shows. The festival features music, food stalls and fields and is still an integral part of the South African music industry.
9. Vodacom Durban
It is not surprising that this event is always at the top of the social calendar and attracts more than 56,000 people per year in an adrenaline-fueled and fantastic way! Vodacom Durban in July, internationally recognized as the largest horse race in Africa, will be held on July 6, 2019 at the Greyville racecourse in Durban. Contact your local designer and start planning your next equestrian event, Vodacom Durban July!
10. National Art Festival
Make an appointment for the National Art Festival in Grahamstown, Eastern Cape, June 27 – July 7, 2019! 11-day comedies, theatre, dance and jazz performances, opera and conferences, workshops, craft shows and children’s art festivals. This is one of the most important events not to be missed! Cultural calendar!