Let go of your worries away this weekend at parties Joburg has lined up for you. Pick one and bring along your friends.
One to look out for is the Brickfields Festival, which brings together some of the most talented artists and performers on four massive stages – the toy-toy floor, the live music stage and both a dubstep and drum’n'bass floor. Party to a broad spectrum of genres including techno, dubstep and rock.
There’s no better way to relax and unwind than with a bout of funny – after all, laughter IS the best medicine.
Get to Emperors Palace this weekend for a side-splitting comedy programme that will have you giggling in no time.
The laughter kicks-off with the dangerously funny Barry Hilton who will perform in the Theatre of Marcellus. Audiences can enjoy a comedy show of note as The Cousin violates the laws of normality with his audacious wit. Tickets cost R120 per person.
When last did you take a stroll through your neighbourhood? When last did you explore somewhere new; a place you haven’t been to before? Better still, when was the last time you ventured out to an altogether new area and explored the streets on foot?
Past Experiences offers weekly walking tours of unique Gauteng routes and attractions, and specialises in sharing the cultural side of the experience with the tour group.
The Ayoba Festival, taking place at Montecasino until 4 December, offers Gauteng residents and visitors a superb choice of musical entertainment by local artists.
From buskers to live performances, the awesome line-up of live entertainment will keep feet tapping.
The Sansui Summer Cup is not only about fashion, bling and parties – several celebrities will dash down the Turffontein Racecourse on 26 November to raise funds for the Rainbows and Smiles Foundation in the Hi-Fi Corporation Celebrity Dash.