Naked People:

Only Durb’s could do it! You can finally walk around stark naked at ‘Mpenjati Beach’ with no fear of being arrested! Naturist enthusiasts flew in from all over the country to personally experience legally being naked on a beach! Of course a number of local residents aren’t too happy! Cape Town’s ‘Sandy Bay’ known and used for decades as a nudist beach will no doubt be pushing for legality too!

Cheap Flights:

There’s no excuse why you can’t be in another place when the need arises! Don’t miss out on great saving with ‘FlySafair’! If it’s in George that you need to push your product, save your company money and yourself time by flying instead of driving and being fatigued at your meeting, take a super cheap flight from Cape Town on 14th April with ‘FlySafair’ for only R897.24 return. Arrive at 11h40 with plenty of time to cement the deal! Gain additional savings by spending a night at ‘Step – Aside’ backpackers for R130, returning to Cape Town the next day.

Need to be in Johannesburg for whatever? Take a cheap flight from Cape Town with ‘FlySafair’ on 29th April, returning on the 30th for just R1,448.24 including taxes! If Port Elizabeth’s the place you need to be for a day, arrive at 07h05 on 29th April, do your business, spend the night with friends arriving back in Cape Town at 09h00 for as little as R1,097.24.

Even though ‘FlySafair’ is one of the newest low-cost airlines to grace our skies, when you’re sitting comfortably, ready for take-off you can be totally relaxed knowing that you have almost fifty years of aviation experience with‘Safair’, the mother company, flying along with you!

 

Jazz up your Cape town Vacations with Cheap Flight Offers

 

 ‘Above and Beyond’ whose album is presently number one on the billboards are in South Africa with their ‘There We Are All We Need Album World Tour’ bringing their distinctive brand of progressive trance sounds to Cape Town on Friday 17th April. Starting time is 16h00 at ‘The Cape Town Ostrich Ranch’ with tickets between R450 and R750. For more information you can phone 021 972 1955 or go online to www.aboveandbeyondsatour.co.za.

How Did I Get Here’ has well known bass player ‘Jonathan Rubain’ performing and sharing tales of his life at the ‘Baxter Golden Arrow Studio’ from 7th to 18th April from 8h15 to 9h45 with tickets going for R120. Need more info phone 021 685 7880 or go to www.baxter.co.za.

On 18th April at 18h30 drop your inhibitions, get some illuminated gear and besides a whole lotta fun under the stars, exercise those muscles in the ‘Neon Night Run’, a five kilometre run, cycle, skate or walk. Taking place at ‘Sahara Park’ in Newlands with a fantastic line-up comprising some of SA’s best artists planned for the after party, tickets are R90 to R250 including a bandana and glow sticks! Phone 060 000 2525 or check out www.neonrun.co.za for more details.

If you loved ‘The Bats’, see them in a brand new comedy and music show at the ‘Theatre on The Bay’ in Camps Bay from 13th to 18th April with show starting at 20h00 and tickets R95 to R300. Phone 021 438 3301 for more info or go to www.thebats.co.za.

It’s Cape Town’s turn after wowing fans in Johannesburg with ‘The Greatest Love of All – The Witney Houston Show’ with ‘Belinda Davids’ singing more than twenty of Witney’s most loved songs. On at the ‘Artscape Opera House’ from 8th to 19th April, tickets are R125 to R290. For times and more info phone 021 421 7695 or check out www.artscape.co.za.

Part of ‘The Bakery’s Summer Sunset Concerts’ at Jordan Wine Estate’ in Stellenbosch is blues and rock guitarist ‘Albert Frost’ who will be performing on 19th April at 17h30. Cost is R150 and R50 for children under 12 years inclusive of delectable sandwiches off the braai. Phone 021 881 3004 for info.

Christians can rock to God with some of the best Christian rock music ever with ‘Planet Shakers’ an Australia worship rock band. The venue is ‘His Peoples Church’ at N1 City in Cape Town on 24th April from 19h00 and tickets going at R130 to R160. Phone 021 555 0210 or check out www.planetshakers.com.

‘The Big Blues Meets Rock Festival’ is a combination of blues and rock featuring great South African bands, some of which are ‘The Black Cat Bones’, ‘Van Coke Kartel’, ‘Hatchetman’ and others. Taking place at the ‘Hillcrest Quarry’ in Durbanville on 26th April, time to be there is 13h00 and tickets are R150. For more details phone 021 976 4959.

On 27th April party at the ‘Freedom Festival SA’ with world renowned international and local artists like ‘The Airborne Toxic Event’ (indie-rock) ‘The Plastics’, ‘Skillet’ and more. On at the ‘West Coast Ostrich Ranch’, off the N7, gates open at 20h00 and the show starts at 22h30, till late!  Tickets are R495. Need further info go to www.freedomfiesta.co.za.

From 28th April to 2nd May at the ‘Baxter Theatre’ is ‘Cinnamon’, a striking and dramatic production of foreign dance reflecting a girl’s imaginary journey into a world unknown with loyalty, love, obsession, misguidance, tragedy and greed. Directed by celebrated ‘Glenda Jones’, tickets are R70 to R100 and for show times phone 021 685 7880. www.baxter.co.za or email Afrikaablaze@hotmail.com

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