More City Sightseeing magic this December

SidecarHoutbaysmall City Sightseeing Cape Town

The festive season and school holidays are officially here and with Christmas just around the corner it seems all of your closest cousins, nieces and nephews are appearing out of no where with their desired wish lists and you are feeling like money’s too tight to mention however you don’t have to spend a fortune to have some fun these holidays. City Sightseeing have designed a fun-filled holiday package whereby you can experience Cape Town and the Peninsula on all their modes of transport for two full days of awesomeness at a mere 250 bucks. On the 1st day of your two day experience you will hop on the iconic red double-decker City Sightseeing bus for the Red City Tour which takes you to 18 great stops around the City – including                  

New Years


New Years Parties in Cape Town

A new year, A new beginning, A time to reflect. Oh wait, a time to Party. What are you doing for New Years? For most of us, there is this hasty search for that very “special” place to see in the New Year. We all want to know the ‘Where and the When’ of New Year’s parties in Cape Town. There is no doubt about the ‘When’ for this 2012/2013 new year’s, but where are all the parties and how do we find them? We aim to encourage as many party organizers in Cape Town and surrounds to LIST THEIR VENUES AND EVENTS. So, Please email us a flier and/or description of Parties happening in Cape Town on the 31'st December 2012. The info, and fliers submitted will be added to this post to make your choice of where to see in the new year,                  


Carols by Candlelight at Kirstenbosch, 16-19 December


What better way to get into the Christmas spirit by the popular Carols by Candlelight at Kirstenbosch? The traditional carols will be accompanied by the Cape Town Concert Brass and Cape Town Male Voice Choir. As it's the season for giving, it's all for a good cause too – it's a fundraiser for many needy charities across Cape Town. The event is organised by the Rotary Club of Kirstenbosch and is sponsored by Pick n Pay. Times: 20:00-21:30. Gates open at 17:00. Entrance: On 16 December it's R50 for adults and R30 for children (until 18 yrs). On 17/18/19 Dec: R60 for adults and R40 for children (until 18 yrs). No discounts for Botanical Society members or students. Entrance includes a candle and                  

Night Life

Tuesdays are Trouble

Tuesdays are trouble in Cape Town, and here's why... A pre-emptive intervention approach to mid-week stress is on the Mothercity's Tuesday To-Do List. Forget weekends in the culture of the Cape - Tuesdays are a full force party day. For those keen to kick it up to some commercial radio hits with students, lumo-lovers and bachelorette partiers, "Summer of 69" style, the Claremont strip is watering hole of choice.  Claremont favourites include Springboks, Tiger Tiger and  Tin Roof. Tiger Tuesday’s promise free drinks ‘til ten and top of the chart tracks to get you swaying. The plush interiors of this well-designed club allow ample bar space and a sunken, dense dance-floor. Be sure to arrive collared, smart-shoed and on time -                  


Fokofpolisiekar at Kirstenbosch


Think summer dresses, green lawns and sunset serenades. Cape Town tradition dictates that we are, once again, in full swing of Kirstenbosch's Sunday Summer concerts. An ideal way to spend a Sunday and ease out the weekend, Summer concerts at Kirstenbosch have all the party aspects of the live gig, and all the pretty aspects of a late afternoon picnic set before Cape Town's mountainous backdrop. After last week's amazing performance by Zebra and Giraffe, this week Sunday presents a band that pioneered the face of 21st century Afrikaans Rock music. Fokofpolisiekar. The band disappeared off the scene a while to release the 2009 documentary Fokofpolisiekar, which follows the band's exploits. Thanks to the dynamic