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5 reasons you don't want to miss the magic of #Moonstruck2016

Discovery Moonstruck with CapeTalk is back to transform the breathtaking Clifton 4th Beach into a moonlit dance floor once again on Saturday the 13th of February.

Here are five reasons the beautiful event shouldn't be missed.

1. Hanging out with your favourite presenters

For the first time in its history, Kieno Kammies, Africa Melane, Pippa Hudson, Koketso Sachane and Bruce Whitefield will all come together to host the event.

2. It's Valentines Day Weekend

There's no better way to celebrate Valentine's Day weekend than a special event with loved ones, watching the sunset at a summer concert - on the second best beach in the world - for free!

3. A night with the real stars

Astronomical Society of Southern Africa will be there as well and will give you an opportunity to star gaze.

4. A marvelous (surprise) music line-up

Though we can't give anything away just yet, you won't regret an evening enjoying the performances we have prepared for you.

5. You can ditch the keys and skip the parking stress

Going to #Moonstruck2016? First time @UberRSA user? Use the promo code Moonstruck2016 and save up to R150 off your trip.

If that's not enough, here's a taste of the festivities from the last few Moonstruck concerts... or take a look at our gallery of photos.

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