Catching up on five things to do in Cape Town this weekend

Cape Town International Kite Festival

The 21st annual Kite Festival returns in a celebration of kites, featuring live entertainment, free kite-making workshops, food and craft stalls. This celebration pulls kiters from Germany, the Netherlands, United Kingdom and all over South Africa. The event is all in aide of raising funds for Cape Mental Health.

Where: Zandvlei Nature Reserve, Marina Da Gama, Muizenberg

When: Tomorrow and Sunday from 10am till 6pm

Cost: Tickets are R30 each. Under 12's get in for R10

For more info: Visit their website

Elgin Open Gardens

This year 21 gardens from Elgin, Bot River and Vyeboom will open their gardens to the public in for the 14th annual Elgin Open Gardens.

Many of the gardens will be offering teas or light snacks, some have plant sales, and others are hosting painting and sculpture exhibitions.

Many of Elgin and Bot River’s now-famous wine estates will be opening their doors for wine tasting.

Where: Elgin, Bot River and Vyeboom

When: Tomorrow and Sunday – and next week Saturday and Sunday

Cost: Differs from activity to activity

For more info, including the full programme, routes, and more: Visit their website

Camphill Village West Coast Music Festival

The annual Camphill Village West Coast Music Festival is taking place this weekend.

This year, Hemelbesem will be the MC and the line-up includes South African bands such as Beatenberg, Just Jinjer, Ottoman Slap, Bootlegers and Swallowers of Time.

The outdoor festival will also feature food and wine stalls.

Where: Camphill Village, Klein Dassenberg Road, Cape Farms

When: Gates open at 11am. The bands start at 1pm

Cost: R200 for adults, R100 for under 13’s, free for under 4’s

For more info: Visit their website

Johannes Brahms’s Ein Deutsches Requiem

Schola Cantorum, the academic chamber choir of the Department of Music at Stellenbosch University, conducted by Martin Berger, will be performing Johannes Brahms’s Ein Deutsches Requiem this weekend.

Where: Groote Kerk, Cape Town

When: On Sunday at 3pm

Cost: Tickets are R125 each. Pensioners pay R90. Tickets are available from Computicket

For more info: Visit their website

Gaming Expo at Canal Walk

The Canal Walk Gaming Expo is currently on. Favourites such as Guitar Hero, Fifa 16, Skylanders Superchargers, Assassin’s Creed Syndicate and many more will be on offer for hands-on test-driving.

Where: Centre Court at Canal Walk

When: On until Sunday

For more info: Visit their website

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We have compiled Five things for you to enjoy this weekend in Cape Town.

5 things to do in Cape Town this weekend

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We have compiled five things for you to enjoy in Cape Town this weekend.

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