5 Things Do Do In Cape Town From March 03 – 11th


Val de Vie Estate

Cape Town, Summer, Polo, Fashion and Veuve Clicquot is back as the event’s stakeholders announced the return of the Veuve Clicquot Masters Polo 2018.

Now in its eighth installment, the Veuve Clicquot Masters Polo is set to make its highly-anticipated return to the prestigious Val de Vie Estate today.

The Veuve Clicquot Masters Polo has over the years showcased the incredible pairing of one of the oldest equestrian sports in the world, with one of the worlds’ most unrivaled champagnes.

Now in its eighth incarnation, the event is set to bring together all the prestige that is associated with Cape Town’s leading polo, fashion, and lifestyle event. The theme ‘Cape Town Summer’ promises to immerse guests into the famed Cape Town summer feeling of clear blue skies and endless summer afternoons envied by so many.

Venue: Val de Vie Estate

Date: 03 March 2018

Time: 14:00

Tickets: R350 for Clicquot Picnic

Ommiberg Harvest Celebration 2018

Paarl Wine Route, one of the oldest and most renowned wine regions in South Africa, is celebrating the 2018 harvest in spectacular style today.

Situated only 45 minutes from Cape Town with easy access from the N1, Paarl Wine Route offers the ideal opportunity to explore the rich history, warm local hospitality and world class wines of the Cape Winelands. The iconic Paarl Rock is at the heart of the route, which takes you to awe inspiring settings and allows you to experience working wine farms in a unique hands-on way

Venue: Paarl Wine Route, Paarl

Dates: 03 March 2018

Time: 10:00

Tickets: R150 – R250

Cape Town Opera: The Fairy Queen

Cape Town Opera will collaborate with Stellenbosch University’s Music and Drama Departments for the first time on a new production of Purcell’s The Fairy Queen at the US Woordfees, as part of the Naspers Grand Masters series. Following his outstanding CTO debut with Monteverdi’s Orfeo, Erik Dippenaar returns to conduct the period instrument ensemble Camerata Tinta Barocca.

Venue: Spier Amphitheater

Date: 03 March – 05 March 2018

Time: 20:30

Tickets: R100 – R300
CT International Animation Festival

Animation SA proudly presents The Cape Town International Animation Festival. The only dedicated African Animation Festival on the continent, with a programme that has something for everyone. Delegates can enjoy films, workshops, dedicated networking sessions and an exhibition area. We’ve searched the globe to bring you the best of the animation industry and are proud to present the best of Africa to the world.

Venue: The River Club Lawns

Date: 02 – 04 March 2018

Time: 09:00

Tickets: R250 – R500


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