1. 10:00 - 15:00 Brandon Leigh
  2. 15:00 - 19:00 Tim Thabethe

The weather might be cooler but June is still a great time to get out and explore what the city of Cape Town has to offer. Grab your jacket and head to one of these events. Maybe we'll see you there!

Cape Town coffee festival: 1-2 June 2019

This is the first ever Cape Town coffee festival and it's being held in the heart of the city. With a large variety of coffee samples, workshops and even coffee cocktails you sure are in for a buzzing afternoon.

Watch as a team of world-class baristas demonstrate their finest coffee techniques with music, arts and food trucks galore. To sweeten the deal, all the profits from this event will be donated to the Waterfall Project and its associated charities.

Website: www.capetown-coffeefestival.com/tickets

Norval Foundation Concerts: 2/15/29 June 2019

The Norval Foundation presents Megan-Geoffrey Prins, a local talent with an international flare. Prins has performed as a solo and collaborative artist across North America, Europe, Africa and Asia. He was recently named the 2019 Standard Bank young artist in music.

Join in on an early evening of South African Jazz music with a late lunch before the show and access to all the galleries.

Website: https://www.norvalfoundation.org/concert-programme/

Redbull Cape Town circuit: 2 June 2019

Join Brandon Leigh and the Kfm Crew as we view some of the fastest cars to ever hit the streets of Cape Town. This event gives Capetonians the opportunity to experience the power of formula 1 cars up close and personal. And what's better news? It's FREE! We'll be broadcasting live from the event so hang out with the crew and say hi to Brandon Leigh. Head down to the Grand Parade on Sunday 2nd of June to catch the action.

Website: https://www.redbull.com/za-en/events/Red-Bull-Cape-Town-Circuit

ArtsCape Lunch Hour Concert: 4 June 2019

Pack your lunch and grab a seat in the charming Artscape Opera House Chandelier Foyer and allow The CPO and the Cape Town Philharmonic Youth Orchestra to soothe your senses with a joint concert to entertain you while enjoying your lunch.

Website: www.artscape.co.za

Encounters South African International Documentary Film Festival: 6-16 June 2019

This year is the 21st anniversary of this remarkable creative documentary festival. The film fest runs for 10 days with a large variety of diverse and creative doccies from all around the world.

The Film festival will be held at the Labia Theatre in town and tickets are R60. Head over to Webtickets and book yours now!

Website: www.encounters.co.za

Wacky Wine: 7- 9 June 2019

It's the 16th annual Wacky Wine weekend in Robertson and wine lovers can't afford to miss it! Showcasing more than 40 wine estates, boutique wineries and touristy activities there is fun for the whole family this weekend!

Each estate or establishment has its own activities and events including food, wine and local fun. Attendees will get to savour beautiful wines as well as enjoying the cellar tours, barrel tastings and interactive pairings.

The Cape Wine Academy will also be presenting master wine tasting classes for wine lovers and connoisseurs alike.

Website: www.wackywineweekend.com

Gordon's Bay Winter Wonderland festival: 14-16/21-23 June 2019

Bring the whole family to enjoy the winter wonderland running over 2 weekends. With craft stalls, music, a fun park and a ghost house the entertainment is endless. Winter is Gordon's Bay's secret season. With breathtaking views, winter sun and protection from the winter west winds this seems like a great spot.

Website: www.winterwonderland.co.za

ArtsCape Youth Jazz Festival

Be sure not to miss the jazz styling of some of Cape Town's youngest jazz musicians. The festival follows a 10-week mentorship programme that enables young talents to improve their skills. This event is definitely a must see for aspiring musicians and music lovers alike.

Website: www.artscape.co.za/event/youth-jazz-festival-2019

Knysna Oyster Festival: 21-30 June 2019

The popular annual festival promises constant fun and activities for the whole family. Attracting sports enthusiasts, families, food- and wine-lovers and adrenalin junkies, the festival offers something for everyone from running, cycling, golfing and adventure racing to wine and whisky tastings, cooking competitions, food and wine pairings, gala evenings, live music, a children’s programme and, of course, oysters.

Website: www.oysterfestival.co.za

Cape Town International Day of Yoga: 22 June 2019

Celebrate International Day of Yoga by attending a yoga session with teacher Joëlle Sleebosday.

Tickets are free but it is essential to book, in order to secure numbers for the event. Attendees are encouraged to donate to the Earth hold Project that is very close to the founder's heart.

Website: www.joellesleebos.com

Food truck Friday: 28 June 2019

Beats, burgers and beer! If this sounds like your ideal month end Friday evening we've got just the spot for you. Check out the Jack Black brewing co's Friday night vibe with a variety of delectable comfort foods and an array of local beers to wash it down!

The Great South African Gin Festival: 28-29 June 2019

South Africa's biggest gin festival is on its way to Cape Town for 2 days of gin heaven! Indulge in a huge selection of gins from around the world, whilst being entertained by live cocktail demos, talks from industry experts and live acoustic music.

Website: https://www.fatsoma.com/the-great-south-african-gin-festival

Expressiv nights: 27 June 2019

An open mic evening like no other. Join in on the fun at the Radisson Red where local artists are able to showcase their talent. This is one of the first events where the who's who is in the crowd and the talent is fresh to death! With dinner and drinks from the Oui Bar and the location, an artist's dream.

Catch dancers, singers, poets and comedians as they take to the stage. An added bonus: entrance is FREE! Doors open at 7, show starts at 8.

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