What’s happening in your city this february?

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Find out what exciting events are taking place in your city this month.
From music concerts and pizza festivals to side-splitting comedy and plenty of drama, here’s what’s happening this month.


Up The Creek 2019
If you’re a fan of music festivals and local talent, the annual Up The Creek music festival at the Breede River, Swellendam, should be on your radar. Local bands, artists and comics join forces from 7 to 10 Feb for a weekend of non-stop fun and entertainment, with comfortable camping facilities provided beside the river. Tell me more!

Bryan Ferry Global Tour
Internationally acclaimed musician/songwriter/singer Bryan Ferry is performing live at GrandWest Casino on 14 Feb. Baby boomers and Generation Xers will remember Ferry for his 1970/80s hits 'A Hard Rain’s a-Gonna Fall', 'Let’s Stick Together' and 'This Is Tomorrow'. Considered one of the most stylish and innovative artists in the pop/rock genre, Ferry’s unique blend of classical and contemporary music is sure to fire up fans on Valentine’s Day. Tell me more!

Cape Town Museum Night
Step out for an evening of history, art and culture on Thursday 21 Feb as the museums of Cape Town open their doors to the public for free. Participating institutions include the Iziko SA Museum in the historic Company Gardens, the SA Jewish Museum, District Six Museum, Iziko SA National Gallery, Iziko Planetarium and more. Performances, walkabouts and other attractions add to the festivities. Bookings aren't required. Tell me more!

Cape Town Pizza and Pasta Festival
Pizza and pasta – need we say more? Head down to Fort Wynyard in Green Point anytime from noon to 10pm on 23 Feb for live music, entertainment and enough gooey, cheesy goodness to keep you going for the rest of 2019. Features some of Cape Town's finest Italian eateries, as well as a pizza-eating competition for the brave. Tell me more!


Aunty Merle The Musical
Marc Lottering is bringing the drama and hysterics of Aunty Merle to Joburg audiences with a musical extravaganza that will make you LOL for days. The story is set in Athlone, with Merle’s daughter Abigail announcing her engagement to – as Merle would put it – 'a good-looking white chap'. But dark forces invade the happy couple’s world when Abigail’s ex arrives to split up the pair. Runs from 1 Feb to 3 March at the Joburg Theatre. Tell me more!

The Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill 20th Anniversary Tour
Grammy-award winning artist Lauren Hill is performing with rapper Nas at the Ticketpro Dome in Joburg on 2 Feb. Celebrating the 20th anniversary of her classic hip-hop debut album, The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, you can expect to hear hits like 'Doo Wop (That Thing)', 'Ex Factor', 'To Zion' and 'Everything is Everything.' A once-in-a-lifetime experience! Tell me more!

The Travel Expo
Get out your bucket list because it’s time to make your travel dreams a reality. The Travel Expo on 9 and 10 Feb provides travel inspo, travel deals, exclusive offers, and a free play area with face painting, Lego and PlayStation to keep the little ones entertained while you plan your next vacay. Other highlights include a beer garden and over R750 000 in travel prizes. Tell me more!

Muddy Princess JHB South
Women of all fitness levels are invited to get down and dirty at an obstacle mud run on 17 Feb at Rietvlei Zoo Farm. Be prepared for 5km of running, climbing, walking and crawling your way to the finish line as you crush another one of your #fitnessgoals. Participants can enter as a team or run the course solo. Tell me more!


Gijima for CANSA
CANSA is hosting a 5km family fun run starting near the Bike and Bean Café on Snell Parade on Sunday 3 Feb. The event is aimed at creating awareness about living a healthy lifestyle and the realisation that everyone can make a difference in the fight against cancer. Show your support and take the message of healthy living to heart by bringing the whole family along for a day of fun and fitness. Tell me more!

Entrepreneurs Breakfast
Want to know how to recession-proof your business in 2019? International award-winning business coaches Darryn Le Grange, Deborah Coskey and Wendy Richards provide their proven formula for business success, including the link between mindset and business performance, the most powerful profit-making formula, and how to get the best people on your team, among other topics. Takes place at the Makaranga Garden Lodge on 8 Feb from 8am to 12pm. Tell me more!

Beatenberg & The World of Birds
If you’re a Beatenburg fan you’ll love celebrating Valentine’s Day to the sounds of their laid-back beats at The Chairman on 14 Feb. The concert includes material from their latest album, 12 Views of Beatenberg, as well as performances by their equally talented co-conspirators, The World of Birds. Tell me more!

Tamia Live in South Africa
Catch Canadian musician, producer, actress and six-time Grammy Award nominee Tamia live in action at Durban’s Botanic Gardens on 24 Feb. Featuring material from her new album, Passion Like Fire, and a top local line-up including the award-winning Lady Zamar, the show promises to keep you entertained for hours. Tell me more!


Colin Osmond Benefit Concert
A group of Old Grey performers and musicians are joining forces to raise money to help fund buddy Colin Osmond’s cancer treatment. The evening will be a collage of crowd favourites featuring songs by the Beatles, Queen, David Bowie, Prince, Pink Floyd and more. Old Grey legend, Neil Thompson will be making a return to the stage for this special occasion. Combining entertainment with a good cause, this event on 7 Feb is undoubtedly worth the spend. Tell me more!

The Snow Goose
A wounded snow goose brings a young girl, Fritha, and the recluse, Philip Rhayader, together in a moving story of friendship and courage. This multi-award nominated production is an adaption of Paul Gallico’s classic novella that will tug at your heart strings. Show runs from 9 to 11 Feb. Tell me more!

Cinema In The Park – Love Rocks & Glows at Curro Westbrook
Enjoy an evening of big-screen entertainment with a cinema-in-the-park fundraiser at Curro Westbrook on 22 Feb. Vendors will have plenty to offer in terms of meals, movie snacks, milkshakes, ice cream and soda floats, so simply bring your cushions, camping chairs, sleeping bags and some moolah along to make the most of this family-friendly event. Show runs from 9 to 11 Feb. Tell me more!


Jazz on the Lawn
Bring a camp chair and your good vibes to the Jazz evenings taking place on the last Sunday of each month at the Windmill Casino. The best part is, it’s totally free! Enjoy good food and the best that local music has to offer at this relaxed, budget-friendly event. The next one takes place on 24 Feb. Tell me more!


Need a little escapism to take your mind off life's happenings? There’s surely no better way to do so than with popcorn and a movie at Ster-Kinekor. If you are an Edgars Club VIP or Club Life member then even better because you benefit from saving up to 50% on two Ster-Kinekor tickets daily, making big-screen entertainment far more affordable. Check out the true story of drug kingpin, street hussler and FBI informant Rick Wershe Jnr in White Boy Rick; enjoy a coming-of-age adventure in Matwetwe, or go deep with the soul-searching, period-piece family drama, Wildlife. There’s something for everyone at the cinema! Tell me more!

The Mousetrap
Edgars Club members save 10% on tickets to shows at Pieter Toerien’s Montecasino Theatre & Studio, running until 3 March. Edgars Club members can get tickets to see the whodunnit spectacle for as little as R90! Make sure you book to see The Mousetrap, Agatha Christie’s famous murder mystery (and the longest running West End show). Tell me more!

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