What to Do in Cape Town in April

April has arrived and so have the dark mornings and cooler weather. But don’t let the looming winter get you down. We’ve got a list of fun and exciting events happening in the Mother City this month and there’s a little something for everyone!

Pepper Pig Live in SA

Undoubtedly a celeb amongst preschoolers, world famous Pepper Pig will be visiting Cape Town on her first ever South African tour! Spoil your little ones with plenty of singing and dancing paired with a breathtaking live stage experience.

Where: CTICC

When: 6-8 April 2018

Tickets: https://bit.ly/2DN1n1I

FAB Bridal Expo 2018

 

As a child, many of us had big dreams for our wedding day. Well, the FAB Bridal Expo exists to help you make those wedding dreams come true! You simply need not look any further for inspiration. Known as the Cape's 'most renowned & glamorous bridal show', this is definitely not an expedition to miss if you’re a bride-to-be!

Where: D’Aria Wine Farm

When: 7-8 April 2018

What: Wedding products & service providers

Tickets: https://bit.ly/2H8fYmJ

The Cape Town Whiskey Festival

It's that time of the year where whiskey lovers from all across the city unite to attend the annual Whiskey Live Festival! It’s presumed to be a sold-out affair yet again, so purchase your tickets early to avoid disappointment.

Where: The Lookout, V & A Waterfront.

When: 12-14 April 2018

What: General access tickets include a complimentary tasting glass; a 440ml bottle of Consol Still Water & 16 Whisky tasting vouchers.

Tickets: https://bit.ly/2uLuI8B

Africa Travel Week

If you’re an avid traveler, this is the event for you! This April, Cape Town is hosting three travel industry events in one week: ibtm Africa, ILTM (International Luxury Travel Market) Africa and WTM (World Travel Market) Africa. Collectively, these events encompass Africa’s markets for leisure travel, luxury travel and business travel.

Where: CTICC

When: 15-20 April 2018

What: http://www.africatravelweek.com/

Tickets: trends for yourself. Tickets are available now & cost just R80 per person.