Below is a listing of the best Cape Town events in July 2017 when staying at The Cape Bali:
The South African winter school holidays are upon us and there are many great music shows and dance and arts festivals taking place in July 2017 in the Mother City.
Then there are also all those great South African festivals a bit further out of town but still so worth the travels, such as for visiting the splendid Oyster Festival in Knysna or Franschhoek’s Bastille Day Celebrations. And if you ever wondered if there is snow in Cape Town, I can tell you that there may be no snow in the city, due to its seaside location, it can still feel quite chilly and you can see snow on the higher grounds near Cape Town especially around Ceres and the Overberg Region. So if you long for your kids to be able to touch some real snow, take them out to Matroosberg and let them enjoy the white wonder. Or take them to the ice rink at Grand West or the tiny one which is currently set up at the V&A Waterfront.
iChameleon. Until 8 July 2017. Much celebrated and thought-provoking solo-show by Sné Dladla about self discovery.
Cape Town Funny Festival. 10 July 2017 – 6 August 2017. Annual Festival with South Africa’s best comedians and many international highlights. Tickets: From R170.
Sister Act. 12 – 15 July 2017. Award winning musical brought to life on the South African stage. Tickets: R150.
Borne Frees – Hear our Voices. 13 – 15 July 2017. Youth dance performances under the leadership of New World Dance Theatre with more than 100 young talents. Tickets: R40.
Nelson Mandela International Day. 18 July 2017.
A Feast of Flight – Alistair in Wonderland. 28 – 29 July 2017 at the Nassau Centre. Pole Dance visits Wonderland. Tickets: R290 at Quicket. Not for children under 16 years of age.
Lipton Cup Challenge. This year only in August! Bookmark 17 – 25 August 2017. Enjoy watching the races in Table Bay.