WATCH: Joziburg Lane - SA's newest cultural hub to check out

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Cape Town - A new cultural hub has opened in the buzzing city of Joburg.

Joziburg Lane has established itself as the new it place, a hub of thriving activity and life. 

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Cultural Hot spot 

Joziburg lane is located at No1 Elof Street and is fast establishing itself as the weekend spot to open a cold one as you enjoy the views from its rooftop establishments - with live music playing and delicious flavors flowing through the air, there is an undeniable buzz.

Urban dwellers and creatives alike can appreciate how it peels away the concrete jungle atmosphere to make way for artistic exhibitions, entertaining performances and film screenings. 

The Feel Good Series launched its first event on the Joziburg Lane rooftop on Saturday, 29 July, with the regular event set to take place on the last Saturday of each month.  It is a day-time party that takes place in the skies of the concrete jungle as you jam it out to local and international music - as this footage shared by Between 10and5 shows. 

Here's what you need to know Joziburg Lane's events:

Joziburg Lane - the new place to be and experience the Jozi culture.  

1. Feel Good Series Event

Enjoy a laid back groove into the Saturday night.

Date: 26 August 2017

Time: 15:00 - 19:00

Cost: R 50 early bird - purchase here. R 100 at the door

2. Weekend Market 

Open from Tuesday's - Saturday

Time: 10:00 - 17:00, Friday - 10:00-  22:00

There is so much more on offer at Joziburg lane as they have held live screenings of local film makers to pop up exhibitions in order to promote local artists. 

In Joburg and looking for a weekend breakaway READ: Parys: The perfect small town weekend escape from Joburg

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