Events in the Western Cape – December 2010

Cape Town Bike Show: This event is held at Living Way Campus in Noordhoek in Cape Town on the 12th of December 2010. The event will start at 10 AM and end at 1 PM. Tickets costs R20 per person / exhibitor & R5 per child of 3-12 years old. The aim of the Cape Town bike show is to put together an outdoor exhibit of over 1000 motorcycles along with displays from motorcycle manufacturers and suppliers. This will be a great opportunity for the biking community to come together once in aid of a fantastic charity as well as for members of the public to get up close and personal with these beautifully made machines. Few people realize how much fundraising the biking community does in the Western Cape. Bikers represent every walk of life, yet popular media often misrepresents them. There will be stalls offering a variety of motorcycle related items as well as displays of 2011 motorcycles from local importers and manufacturers. Alongside bikes and related items, there will be food and beverage stalls and a jumping castle and play area for the kids. For more information visit or phone Jo on 082 5183932.

Durbanville Beer Festival: This event will be held as a one day event at Hillcrest Wine Estate in Durbanville on Saturday the 11th of December 2010 (from 10 AM to 10 PM). From the micro breweries, to the giants of South Africa, all at one celebration will make this a sort after event on the Cape Town annual events calendar. By inviting our international Breweries together with our local brew masters and fusing the cuisines normally paired with all brews you can expect this to be gastronomically inviting. From eisbein and sauerkraut with German beer to Hungarian beer and goulash, Australian beer with shrimp on the barbi, to the traditional South African brews and braai. The Durbanville Beer Festival promises to be a great family event with kids entertainment, the Harley Davidson Club and the Vintage Car Club for the dads and cooking demonstrations by celebrity chefs for the moms. There will also be live music from jazz, blues, rock and marimba bands to entertain the music enthusiasts. For more information phone 078 5877551 or visit

Feel free to check out the other posts in the Events section of the Junk Mail blog for upcoming events in other regions of South Africa. Also feel free to check out the following posts on the Junk Mail blog. You might find them interesting:


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