Our favourite things to do this weekend

Cape Town Festival of Beer 2017

The most comprehensive beer festival in the Southern Hemisphere is back and better than ever! Featuring over 200 beers from more than 60 brewers, this is the premier celebration of all things beer.

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4th Annual Garage Built Show

Motul South Africa and the Woodstock Moto Co present the 4th annual Garage Built Show, supported by Harley-Davidson Cape Town.

The Garage built show is Cape Town’s only alt-moto show and this year on the 2nd of December the #GBS turns four so we’re going bigger and better than ever, once again transforming Barron Street into a moto-heaven for all ages.

The motorcycle industry's been hard hit in recent years, but we at the Woodstock Moto Co. are committed to changing this downward trend. Our slogan is 'Motorcycles for Everyone,' so regardless of what you ride—or if you even ride at all—you're welcome at the GBS!

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The Franschhoek Cap Classique & Champagne Festival

Dust off your most striking outfit and get ready for the social calendar event of 2017. Stand out in the crowd as you sip on some of SA’s finest Méthode Cap Classiques (MCC) at this year’s Franschhoek Cap Classique and Champagne Festival, ‘The Magic of Bubbles’, presented by Mastercard, which takes place on 2 and 3 December.

Dress to impress in your Black and White with a Splash of Summer themed outfit.

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For more upcoming events, go to our Events Page.


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Upcoming events this week

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