Are you still wondering about what you’re going to do this weekend in Cape Town?
We’re here to make sure you have the best weekend ever.
Pick any day from this weekend and you are bound to find something cool to do that best suits the vibes you covet.
Here are our top 3 list of activities to do this Saturday:
1. World Naked Bike Ride
If you’re comfortable in your skin and passionate about saving the environment, this event might be just your perfect short left.
Don your birthday suit (as bare as you dare), get your bicycle ready and take a ride through the streets of Cape Town.
The shores of the mother city will be painted with colour and nudity to protest against car culture and oil dependency.
The meeting point is at the Sea Point Library car park, and the ride kicks off at about 10am. The route makes its way along the CBD, Long street, Bree Street and back onto Main Road towards the starting line.
Did you know?
Entry to the event is totally FREE and participants are free to participate using any human-powered vehicles.
2. Harvest Picnic at Ashton Winery
What time is it?
It’s harvest season once again fam!
As most of us know that Cape Town is home to grand and exquisite wineries.
Aston wineries is celebrating with a Harvest Picnic event this year. Attendees can expect a complete picnic vibe with gourmet baskets, endless wine and sunshine in abundance.
The treats don’t end there. Guests will also be pampered with cheese, meat, pâté and fresh bread.
For a basket for two people, the experience is R250, and for a kids picnic basket it will cost R75p/p. The picnic starts at 10am.
For more information visit www.harvestfestival.co.za
3. Jammin’ Reggae Festival at Hillcrest Quarry
If you’re heart broken and can only heal through great music or simply looking for a great time, then listen up.
The biggest reggae extravaganza will set fire to the city tomorrow, with a burst of Reggae culture.
The organisers have brought a mix of both local and international gems to pump up the stage.
The line-up for the day includes Gentleman, Trenton & Free Radial, Sons of Selassie, Triple Crown and The Rudimentals.
The festival takes place at Hillcrest Quarry with the gates opening at 12pm giving you a full experience of the irie atmosphere while enjoying the Caribbean party vibe with rum cocktails.
Tickets are available on computickets R150 per person.
Did you know?
80% of the profits from the day are going to Bridges for Music, a charity that aids the development of musical skills in underprivileged areas.
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