Vic Falls Carnival: a three-day party, an overland adventure, and a very big waterfall. Here are seven highlights from one of 2013’s best festivals.
Blog posts: Festivals
Get the latest festival news on everything from beer and music to flowers and food. Looking to get away with like-minded people and lose yourself for a bit? Come on over to the festivals page and find out where the latest and greatest festivals are happening. From music to cheese and beer to flowers there is no doubt that there is a place for you. Get advice on surviving or read about the exploits of some of the more crazy journalists out there.
Here’s a random sample of reasons justifying a decision to drop everything and celebrate New Year’s Eve at Vic Falls with me.
Five reasons why you’ll be lifting your glass and saying “prost” many times at the TOPS at SPAR Bierfest at Newlands Brewery this weekend.
You are going to love this year’s Banff Mountain Movie Festival selection and if you’ve never been before, you will get hooked. Escape to a world where people dare to live their dreams and find encouragement to live yours too.
Rocking the Daisies is one of the most highly anticipated festivals of the year: relive the experience (or pretend you were there) with this gorgeous photoblog.
Filming for the fourth annual shnit Realtime Competition, in conjunction with the shnit International Shortfilmfestival (02 – 06 October, Cape Town), is underway. Check out this year’s directors, the theme and details.
Dizu Plaatjjies loves African traditional music. It has taken him all over the world but in performances at the Darling Voorkamerfest in September he shared this love with local audiences.
It’s that time of the year again when Southern Right whales migrate from their feeding grounds in Antarctica, up along our coastline in the Cape. And what better way to see them that at the Hermanus Whale Festival, 20 September – 24 September 2013.
I headed to Cradock to enjoy a literary festival in the home of one of South Africa’s great female authors.
During the Clanwilliam Wildflower Show, you can see almost 400 species of wildflowers from the region showcased in a living flower display that takes three weeks to build and is only on view for ten days of the year.