On Saturday the 13th of February, Cape Town’s most cherished outdoor event, Discovery Moonstruck with CapeTalk will be transforming one of South Africa's most popular beach, Clifton 4th Beach.
CapeTalk’s programme manager Tessa van Staden has confirmed that everything is in place and ready for Saturday.
Listen to the full conversation below:
According to van Staden, the music will start at 6pm and all attendees are urged to arrive at least an hour early because the beach gets really full.
Also attendees are advised to use public transport because there is very limited parking space.
There will be CapeTalk Moonstruck shuttle available form 16:00 that will be operating from various parking points in Camps Bay.
People can buy glow sticks and the proceeds will go to the National Sea Rescue Institute (NSRI) which is a worthy cause— Tessa van Staden
How to get there and how long it might take
Using the map below you can get directions and an estimated travel time. Here is a view of the beach too.