Below is a listing of the best Cape Town events in September 2017 when staying at The Cape Bali:
September marks the start of of the upcoming Spring school holidays which offer a wide range of exciting and entertaining events for children in Cape Town. South Africans will be celebrating a public holiday on 24th September 2017 which is Heritage Day, also dubbed ‘National Braai Day’ and many of the local schools will close for the annual spring holidays.
25 Live – A Night at the Circus. Until 1 September 2017. Zip Zap Circus and Parlotone celebrate! Tickets: From R250.
Face for Radio. 2 and 9 September 2017. Teacher turned comedian Dalin Oliver in his brand-new stand-up show. Tickets: from R100.
Cape Town Street Food Festival. 2 – 3 September 2017. Visit the Market or book a seat at a talk or for a dinner event. Takes place at the Side Street Studios.
International Ballet Gala. 2 – 3 September 2017. With dancers from Russia, the USA and Asia. Tickets: From R120.
La Cenerentola. 5 – 8 September 2017. UCT Symphony Orchestra and Opera School present Rossini’s opera. Tickets: From R50.
Wonderland. 5 – 9 September 2017. Presented by the dancers of Introdans. Tickets from R85.
SA Innovation Summit. 6 – 8 September 2017. Tickets at Quicket: from R350.
Cape Town Open Book Festival. 6 – 10 September 2017. Various Cape Town events in September.
3 Tons of Fun. 9 September 2017. 10th Anniversary Celebrations. Tickets: R150.
Sunflower Fun Run as part of Sunflower Day 2017 (formerly referred to as Bandana Day! Wear your tope (or bandana) on 15 September 2017). 10 September 2017. Charity event to support the Sunflower Foundation.
Broads on Broadway. 13 – 16 September 2017 at the Masque Theatre. Tickets: R120.
Cape Town Marathon. 17 September 2017. Join in the 4.2km fun run in Green Point Park and Biodiversity Gardens.
Heritage Day. 24 September 2017. Entrance to the IzikoMuseums in Cape Town is free. Various events will take place throughout the city.