SA Insider Guide: Your weekend sorted in Cape Town

Cape Town - With the winter season creeping in, the Mother city has just what you need to keep warm as well as budget friendly activities and places to check out with family and friends this weekend. Enjoy live performances from some of SA's musicians at Cafe Roux or enjoy a chilled Sunday at Neighbourgoods Market.

What will you get up to this weekend  -19 to 21 May?

Friday, 19 May

SEE: See muso, Albert Frost performing live at Cafe Roux. The show starts at 18:30 and R130 gets you in. 

DO: Kick it old school for good vibes at Suntravolta starting at 20:00.

TASTE:  For an exclusive culinary experience,  Steenberg Vineyards, Jack Black Brewing Company and Catharina’s Restaurant have teamed up with Chef Archie Maclean, to create 4 delicious dishes which will be paired with Steenberg’s award-winning wines and award-winning beers from Jack Black. R675 per person, starting at 18:00.

EXPLORE: In preparation for the forthcoming Southern African sailing season, ORC and South African Sailing is offering a two-day comprehensive Measurement Seminar to be held at the Royal Cape Yacht Club starting at 9:30.

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Saturday, 20 May

SEE: Honda Festivals, H-Day, is taking place at the Killarney International Raceway from 9:00, and tickets are available at the gate. Price ranges from R70 per person.

DO: Cableway Kidz Season at the Table Mountain, Two kids under 18 years ride the Cableway for free when an adult return ticket is purchased for R255.

TASTE: In the mood for banging burgers, then make your way to Banks Burgers.

EXPLORE: Join Misch McNamara for a 3hr intensive Jivamukti Yoga and Chakra Tuning Workshop for  R250 per person.

Sunday, 21 May

SEE: Neighbourgoods Market Cape Town and Black Major present an immersive, multfaceted celebration of music, design and culinary culture, headlined by Petite Noir and Bongeziwe Mabandla.

DO:  Unwind to Sunday live music sessions at Cape to Cuba with no door fee, and featuring some of SA’s favourite bands.

TASTE: Scotch make and served with a difference at Hank’s Olde Irish.

EXPLORE: Another exciting fun interactive and intuitive afternoon at A Touch of Madness making Dreamcatchers. R200 gets you in.

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