Capetown Spirit

Elle South Africa writes:

The music festival, founded in 2005 by James Spooner and Matthew Morgan in Brooklyn NYC, has become a global movement in its own right, growing a formidable following with rooted values in unity of otherness, and including a diverse group of people.

Morgan added, “Thoughtful curation sees house, kwaito, punk, hip-hop, soul, reggae, roots, pop and other genres all a part of the AFROPUNK Johannesburg celebration that will culminate in an unforgettable New Year’s Eve party in this awesome African city.” writes:

AFROPUNK rang in the new year in Johannesburg! The community coming together, the powerful performances, the DJ’s turning the field into a giant dancefloor were a sight to behold.
As always at AFROPUNK festivals, the public was a big part of the event. Or shall we say the main part?

For more infomation about Afropunk 2018 visit

L’Ormarins Queen’s Plate.

L’Ormarins Queen’s Plate writes:

A race first run in 1861 with a prize of a five hundred sovereigns and a silver plate donated by Queen Victoria, the Queen’s Plate has seen one hundred and fifty six winners to date.

As one of the most stylish events on the Cape Town calendar, all guests are asked to comply with the blue and white dress code. For the L’Ormarins Best Dressed and Best Hat competition only ladies and gentlemen who are appropriately dressed will be eligible.

As More and more of my favorite people travel to South Africa i am getting more and more excited for my own trip to Capetown and Johannesburg this Spring! Any places I should try while im there? Leave suggestions in the comments!

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