Prawns, anyone?

Prawn & Food Festival

Gather your family and friends and head to this delicious and fun-filled festival at the Weekend Market JHB. Treat your taste buds to tantalising Portuguese-style prawns and a variety of other fresh foodie treats and drinks. There will also be kiddies and live entertainment, a refreshing beer garden, go-karting as well as a flea market. Don’t miss the opportunity to feast, have fun and shop ’til you drop at this festival.

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Collective Soul with special guests Lifehouse

Collective Soul, the multi-platinum rock band, responsible for seven #1 hits starting with 1993’s anthemic hit “Shine” and onto “December,” “The World I Know,” that led to a duet with Elton John, a song on the hit Twilight soundtrack, and eight acclaimed albums.

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One Step at a Time Cancer Warrior Walk

We invite all Cancer Warriors, their families and friends to join us for the 5KM One Step at a Time Cancer Warrior Walk in the Johannesburg Zoo, 4 February 2018. Gates open at 6:00am, the walk starts at 7:30am.

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Asanda Mqiki SA & Mozambique Tour

Powerhouse jazz vocalist Asanda Mqiki celebrates debut solo album with an SA and Mozambique tour.

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