Looking for a colourful and unique start into the new year? The Cape Minstrels Carnival ('Kaapse klopse' or 'Coon carnival') happening every year on the 2nd of January is for you.
Also find fashion and flair at Cape Town’s The J&B Met (at Kenilworth Race Course) every January. South Africa is home to three annual horse races hosted in it’s three principal cities.
Start your 2011 in Cape Town with a bang by knowing which annual events are happening in January.
Get three days of the best South African music at the Up the Creek Music Festival in a fantastic setting on the banks of the Breede River (about three hours drive from Cape Town).
Pimp up your home and inspire your creative mind with a visit to the Design Indaba Expo. Leading and upcoming creatives showcase their cutting edge creations.
Celebrate the month of love in the Mother City. Know which events are happening in Cape Town and surrounds in February.
Arguably one of the biggest sporting events on the Cape Town calender is the Cape Argus Pick’n’Pay Cycle Tour. Over 38 000 cyclists of all ages and fitness levels compete in the 105km route around the beautiful Cape Peninsula.
A bit more hectic (aka gruelling) is the Cape Epic, an annual extreme eight stage mountain bike team race through the Western Cape.
Get grooving at the Cape Town International Jazz Festival with local and and international artists.
The Klein Karoo National Arts Festival offers music, dance, poetry, theatre and cabaret for the whole family. March in Cape Town is certainly a month jam packed with events.
Find out what is happening throughout the Autumn month of March.
For four nights each year the Mother City is treated to this spectacular fireworks extravaganza called Dunhill Symphony of Fire. Competing nations synchronise firework displays to music.
The Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon follows a beautiful 56km scenic route around the Cape Peninsula. Spectators line the course to cheer runners along.
Decorex is South Africa’s esteemed annual décor exhibition, popular with interior designers, architects, home renovators and the city’s design-conscious crowd.