Human Rights Day Events For 2019


What are you getting up to this Human Rights Day 2019? We went in search of a few dedicated events aimed at celebrating this significant and important day with loads of fun, food, art, rooftop shindigs and more. 

Human Rights Day

Human Rights Festival

Date: Thursday, 21 March 2019.

Here is something even more exciting and worth looking forward to on this special day. The Constitutional Hill Human Rights Festival is super proud to present their second edition of The Human Rights Festival. And where else could this amazing event be held other than at Con Hill? The Human Rights Festival is one of the signature events at Constitution Hill to uphold our culture of human rights. This year’s Human Rights Festival coincides with South Africa celebrating 25 Years of Democracy as well as the 70th Year of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights . See you there!

Copper Bar Human Rights Day

Date: Thursday, 21 March 2019 at 15:00 – 23:55.

On this Human Rights Day, make sure you join in at Copper Bar Human Rights Day in Bryanston as they celebrate this day Joburg style. This place has an amazing view and an amazing menu. It is an intimate and elegant rooftop experience allowing you to hide away from the hustle and bustle of city life. So, make sure you bring your friends to do so you need to get your hands on those tickets. Tickets are R50 per person, get yours here! Also visit this Facebook page for more information.

Copper Bar Human Rights Day

Beefcakes Human Rights Gay

Date: Thursday, 21 March 2019 at 19:00 – 22:00

Beefcakes is always fun and the vibe you are looking for is nowhere else but here! On any given evening, Beefcakes offers a variety of live entertainment acts, themed nights and fabulous events to tickle the fancy of just about anyone with a pulse. So, if you are looking for something out of the norm to do this Human’s Right Day, this is just where you need to be. They say everyone has the right to be gay on this day and any other day, so let’s go be just that!. I’m ready I don’t know about you. Visit this Facebook page for more information.

JHB Culinary and Pastry School Market/Open Day

Date: Thursday, 21 March 2019 at 10 AM – 3 PM

We all know the best way to celebrate any holiday in Mzansi is through mouthwatering, amazing and lekker food. We also believe you will love this event because there is going to be plenty to feast on, oh yeah bring your appetites this Human’s Rights Day. All of these prepared by their own culinary and pastry students. See you there, check it!

Safari & Secret Underground Dinners

Date: Friday, 22 March 2019 at 19:00 – 23:00.

This event is not happening on the 21st of March, but still worth going to to celebrate the Human’s Right’s Day weekend. Zwipi is one of our favourite underground bar and restaurant and we love their events because they always host epic events. So, without furthermore to do make sure you join in on this Safari Dining experience. This place is also said to give you an unforgettable experience of delectable foods and drinks in two of the most astonishing Johannesburg inner-city spaces, which are both located at the Thunder Walker on Gandhi Square. Bookings cost R595 per person, including paired drinks, city tour and a three course meal.

Human Rights Debate

Date: Thursday, 21 March 2019 at 15:00 – 17:00.

Are you into debating and talking about the things that matter? Well then, you’re in for a treat because this event gives you just that and more. Gather your friends and head to Apartheid Museum, they will be hosting a dialogue entitled The Black Body: still a site of oppression. So, will you be joining this Human Rights Debate?

Human Rights Day

An Audience With Imogen Heap

Date: Thursday, 21 March 2019 at 19:00 – 21:00.

Guess who is coming to town! No it’s not Santa guys it’s still too early for him to pay us a visit, plus we’re still taking down the Christmas decorations. Imogen Heap is the one coming, exciting right! We think so too. Heavy Chef is very thrilled to announce that they have added a very special evening to Imogen’s tour together with the crazy awesome people at Victoria Yards for Ms. Heaps’ intimate, impromptu performance. Imogen will be telling her own story, playing a selection of stripped-down songs, engaging with the audience and expounding her views on creative entrepreneurship, technology, Blockchain, cryptocurrency and the music industry at large. See you there, click here to find out more on the event.

Colour My Pride

Date: Saturday, 23 March 2019 at 13:00 – 17:00.

We told you the weekend is about to get amazing right. We strongly believe in rights for all and that is what this month and every other month is South Africa should stand for. Colour My Pride is a safe space, colour run and picnic created for the awareness of Human Rights as the LGBTQ community. Donation drive through will also be there. Please come with any of these; sanitary pads, bathing soap or toothpaste. Come give without expectations and make sure you have fun while at it.

Ponte Challenge

Date: Sunday, 24 March 2019 at 19:00 – 10:00.

Fitness is always something to look forward to, think about it as your goal to feel and look good. You’ll be doing your health a favour, so be sure to join in for this first ever Ponte Challenge of the year. You will be tackling 900 stairs from the core of Ponte Tower up to the top floor (54), yes guys 54 floors. You can do it right?

Migrant Cuisines Tasting Tour

Date: Saturday, 23 March 23, 2019 at 7 PM – 11 PM

Migrant Cusines Tasting Tour is Joburgplaces’ signature experience. Knowing that Joburg is the city of migrants allowing us to embrace diversity, which is why we are always looking forward to venturing to other cultures with our taste buds. This Human’s Right’s Day we are celebrating with dishes that bring people together. The menu is made up of Chinese, Cape Malay, Mozambican, Zimbabwean, Syrian and Indian cuisine. Guests also enjoy two paired drink tasters with the meal (one a beer and the other coffee liquor). Guests can buy other drinks on the tour too. Visit here!

Sharpeville Food Festival

Date: Saturday, 30 March 2019 at 12:00.

In the spirit of Human Rights Day, make sure you head to the Sharpeville Food Festival at the George Thabe Stadium. There will be a variety of food available (about 20 food stalls), as well as drinks and music (from 15 local artists and an international surprise music act). Not to mention a kiddies’ corner and helicopter rides on the day. If this sounds like a jol, then grab your tickets for R100 – R350 per person, grab your mates and commemorate Human Rights Day in style!

Sharpeville Food Festival

Kids School Holiday Activities

Date: Thursday, 21 March 2019 at 09:00 – 16:00.

Don’t panic mom and dad, breathe we’ve got you covered for this public holiday. We know public holidays are pretty scary sometimes especially if you are a parent, so to help you out we thought you’d love to keep the kids occupied even if they won’t be going to school. Bring them to this Kids School Holiday Activities and get them to enjoy free activities. They have Sandart, Lego, fun games and a NEW cookie decorating station! Their favourite clown, Kallie will be there to keep the laughs going between 14:00 – 15:00 on Sundays.

 

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