A new ‘cultural’ experience awaits at Rands

2016-10-13 06:00
 Revellers are set to flock Rands Cape Town on Sunday October 30.

Revellers are set to flock Rands Cape Town on Sunday October 30.

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Taste the Culture Lifestyle will host its fourth edition at a new venue, Rands Cape Town on Sunday, 30 October.

The new venue will host both emerging and established wineries, local products and citizens, respectively.

The wineries include Ekasi Cellar Door with their wide range of red, white and sparkling wines. Sesifikile Wines, Igugu Wines and Ihlumelo Wines, both local brands, will also showcase their refreshing selection of wines at the event.

We will also be working with established brands such as Distell and SAB.

Tickets to this premium beverage and music festival are available at Rands Cape Town, at Webtickets and selected Pick n Pay outlets.

Tickets range from R100 (which includes a tasting glass and coupon - access to over 15 tastings) and the R250 for VIP (which includes complimentary drinks, snacks and lunch and a complete experience).

Everyone is invited to come taste and experience their way through our selected range of wines, beers and spirits at Khayelitsha’s premier beverage and music festival. Meet the winemakers, brewers’ and distillers behind your favourite beverages.

The occasion encompasses various elements of live music, various exhibitions, cuisines, liquid refreshment education and brand activations.

The local line-up includes heavyweight artists such as Soul Kulture, Mshayi, Milli Bala, The Afro-Soul brothers and more.

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