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Out and About: Enjoy what’s on in the Cape this long weekend

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The Easter long weekend has so much in store for the Western Cape. “Out and About” compiled by Indaba podcast host Steven Taylor is your guide to some exciting events taking place.

Tuff Nutterz 

Get part of the action at one of South Africa’s biggest inflatable obstacle courses. Taking place from Thursday 6 April until Tuesday 11 April at the Westerford Imhoff Sports Complex in Newlands.

Measuring 300 meters long, this supersized inflatable maze is packed with 30 fun and challenging obstacles to complete, including huge slides, climbing walls, hanging rails, balance balls and more! All ages welcome. Each child under the age of 5 need to be accompanied by an adult.

Tickets from R190 available via Webtickets.

Gin & Tonic Festival 

Enjoy some of the country’s best-loved, undiscovered and newly crafted gin brands joined by a selection of iconic internationals at the Gin & Tonic Festival. Taking place on Friday 7 April at the Old Biscuit Mill in Woodstock.

There are multiple entertainment stages offering a top-shelf selection of DJ’s and live performers all day, and Cape Town’s most colourful street food chefs.

Available via Quicket.

The Congo Cowboys

Offering a unique sound of the twangy American roots music with the rich rhythms of African traditional music, the Congo Cowboys will be entertaining audiences at Cafe Roux on Saturday 8 April from 6pm.

The band was formed in 2016 by three members of the South African band Freshlyground: Simon Attwell (banjo), Julio Sigauque (bass), and Congolese singer Chris Bakalanga (vocals and guitar).

Tickets from R160 available via Quicket.

Prime Presents Thriller

Get groovy on the dancefloor with a night of the soul, funk, R&B, and dance hits of the 80s, 90s . There will also be some of the sounds of today that have been inspired by those such as, The Weeknd, Bruno Mars, Thundercat and more! Taking place at The Waiting Room in Long Street Cape Town from 8pm.

Tickets from R40 available at Quicket.

Written by: Kelly-Jane Turner

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