Starting to run out of ideas for things to do this March? Summer ideas starting to slip your grasp? Don’t you worry we have some fabulous ideas for you to keep your summer alive and pumping.
What’s happening in the mother city this March? The hills are definitely alive with the Sound of Music this March! 19 February to 30 March at the Artscape, the cost ranges from R125 to R425 for the stalls. The Da Vinci Exhibition has been extended due to popularity it is now running until 23rd of March; it is happening at the Chavonnes Battery Museum near the Clock Tower in the Waterfront, it features over 200 unique interactive pieces. Feeling more hands on? Join the Robertson Wine Valley’s Hands on Harvest; the Robertson Wine Valley holds a two-month long festival where visitors can enjoy grape stomping, tractor or horseback rides around the estate and lovely picnic lunches.
Durban this March is kicking it off, both literally and figuratively, lets start off with one for the Rugby fans, sharks are playing the Lions on the 8th of March, the Reds on the 15th and then the Waratahs on the 29th. On the 15th of March we have aKing playing live at Live -The Venue starting at 20:00, if you get the opportunity make sure that you go and see them, they are definitely South African rock royalty. Craving more music? Well we have the Battle for Splashy the finals, happening on the 27th of March at Live – The Venue; the winner of this event will play at Splashy Fen 2014.
JHB is following through with the great music this month after Eminem on the 1st, from the 6th to the 9th of March we have RAMfest with an amazing line-up makes this a festival to be reckoned with! Joey Rasdien live at Emperors Palace, join South African comedian Joey Rasdien for his stand-up comedy show called ‘Evolved’ which focuses on the subject of evolution and how natural selection has blessed many of the figures that loom over South African life, happening on the 7th of March. From the 14th till the 17th we have the Luck of the Irish Festival at the Emperors Palace, enjoy the Irish tradition with a day of feasting, drinking, singing, loads of entertainment and even more drinking.
All of these are amazing ideas will keep you busy till the end of March, but please remember to not drink and drive.