Things to do this weekend Food, Wine, Music

Food

Ribs, Wings and Things

Comedian and foodie Tshepo ‘Spykos’ Mogale had a chat to Sam about his new business venture: Ribs, Wings and Things.

Ribs, Wings and Things is a food stall that can be found in three of Johannesburg's most popular markets and has become a favourite destination for Joburg market-goers.

You can find him at Neighbourgoods market, The Sheds in Maboneng (Fox Street, Johannesburg), Tin Factory in Sandton, as well as Liquid Chefs in Rosebank. Follow him on @ComicalTshepo for updates.

Wine

Toruka: The winelands meets Jozi

Toruka is a new wine tasting events venture which aims to introduce the Wineland's experience and culture to the Gauteng province. Toruka is derived from Toroka, Swahili meaning escape.

The tasting, which will take place on the 27th June 2015 18:30 at the **Cedar woods of Sandton**, will be composed of six South African wines from different companies.

Music

A Night with the Stars

The incomparable Princess of Africa, Yvonne Chaka Chaka will be starring alongside the talented Johannesburg Youth Orchestra for two shows only in “A Night with the Stars” at The Joburg Theatre. Performing a selection of her unforgettable hits that made her the music icon she is today, audiences will delight in the orchestral interpretations of Motherland, Umqombothi, Natural Woman, Let the children live to name but a few.

Date: 27 - 28 June 2015 Venue: The Joburg Theatre, Braamfontein Times: 7:30 pm on Saturday and 3pm on Sunday Cost: Between 150 - R300 Bookings: Theatre's ticketing office on 0861 670 670

Fête de La Musique

Fête de La Musique promotes musical diversity and showcases a broad mix of music ranging from pop, rock, hip-hop, jazz, traditional and even to brass band music. Some of the international musical line-up festival goers can expect on the day include: Jaojoby (Madagascar), Benjamin Piat (France), Grèn Sémé (France/Reunion Island) and Bongeziwe Mabandla will headline this year, alongside a slew of relative newcomers including Coal Train Band, Bambani Brass Band.

The full programme here.

Date: 27 June 2015 Venue: Newtown Junction, Newtown Time: 10 am - 7pm Cost: Free


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