The Field Market

What Is It?

The Field Market is back!

The market will be packed with delicious gourmet food and drinks, exciting live music and many stalls to explore.

Gather your friends and head out for some fun.

When Is It?

Saturday, 14 March 2020 at 10:00 - 15:00.

Where Is It?

Field & Study Recreation Centre, 14th Street and Louise Avenue, Parkmore, Sandton, Johannesburg.

How Much Is It?

Entrance to the Field Market is FREE.

For More Information

For more information, visit their website.

East Rand Craft Liquor Festival 2019

What Is It?

Did you enjoy the East Rand Gin Festival hosted earlier this year? Then check this out - a two-day celebration of all things gin, craft rum, vodka, moonshine and more! The East Rand Craft Liquor Festival is all about celebrating the best in craft beverages our country has to offer, proudly brought to you by Gin Passport SA.

There will also be excellent live entertainment, fantastic food and a great vibe to ensure you have a wonderful weekend. Headliners, WonderBoom and Arno Carstens will be backed by the likes of Black Cat Bones, Strait-Jackal, Miss Heidi and the Bar Room Bandits, Danny Muso, Jacques Mouton, Bianca Blanc & Band, Zebra, Lindo M, Shotgun Tori, Club of Suns and Ashton Wheeler. Kerry-Anne Allerston will be the MC for Saturday, keeping the vibe going strong.

So, grab your gin passports and head out to the East Rand Craft Liquor Festival. The first 1000 adult tickets sold each day will receive FREE festival glasses. Book yours as soon as possible!

When Is It?

Saturday, 02 November 2019 - Sunday, 03 November 2019.

**Gates open at 10:00 on both days, but will close as soon as the headline acts start - that is 18:00 on Saturday and 16:00 on Sunday.

Where Is It?

Birchwood Hotel and OR Tambo Conference Centre, 14 View Point Road, Boksburg, Johannesburg. 

How Much Is It?

Tickets cost:

R180 per adult for a single day pass.

R300 per adult for a weekend pass.

R100 per child (must be accompanied by an adult - no underage drinking will be permitted.)

R4000 per adult for a VIP ticket.

Visit Quicket to purchase your tickets before they sell out!

For More Information

Click here for more information.

Details: Facebook | Twitter | Tel: 072 891 3531

Pretoria Cheese and Wine Festival

What Is It?

Pretoria's very own cheese and wine extravaganza is brought to you by 012 Central and The Annual Cheese Market. Make sure to pop by this year for the ultimate sensory experience. With local cheese, wines, craft beer and gin on offer, the Pretoria Cheese and Wine Festival is a must-visit. It's the perfect way to welcome in summer. We'll see you there!

When Is It?

Saturday, 23 November 2019 from 12:00 - 22:00.

Where Is It?

012 Central, CPA House, 101 Du Toit Street, Pretoria, Gauteng.

How Much Is It?

Tickets cost R40 - R100 per person. Get yours online here.

For More Information

Follow them on Facebook for more information.

Details: 012 319 8856 | [email protected] | 012central.co.za

Cellar Rats Xmas Wine Festival

What Is It?

Cellar Rats are back this holiday season with their Xmas Wine Festival at Bosheuvel Country Estate. Come and sip on sweet summer wines out in Muldersdrift. Sample South Africa's best wines, bubblies, ports, pot-still brandies, craft gins, craft beers, Portuguese wines and more, at a stunning country outdoor setting.

More than 70 producers will present at the Cellar Rats Xmas Wine Festival. Bringing you an excess of 400 products for the adult tasters’ enjoyment. Wines will also be available for purchase on the day at special discounted festival prices – a perfect place to shop for your liquid Xmas gifts!

Your ticket includes a tasting glass and unlimited tasting, so best organise a ride home! A portion of event proceeds go towards Dogtown SA, so come and show your support. There is a kiddies entertainment area, sparkling swimming pool and the Cattleman’s Kitchen Restaurant, so the whole family can come along too. Don't miss it!

When Is It?

Saturday, 30 November 2019 at 11:00 - 17:00.

Where Is It?

Bosheuvel Country Estate, (just off Beyers Naude Drive) 54 Glory Rd, Muldersdrift, Gauteng. 

How Much Is It?

Tickets cost:

Early Bird (until 31 Oct): R150 per adult & R50 per child.

Late Bird (after 31 Oct): R180 per adult & R60 per child.

PnP SmartShopper Discounted Tickets – R120 (only 100 available).

**Children under 2 enter free of charge.

Book your tickets online via Webtickets.

For More Information

Visit their website for more information, or give them a follow on Facebook.

Details: 082 329 002 | [email protected]

Savour The Flavour At Hudsons The Burger Joint

If you love burgers with good quality ingredients, then Hudsons The Burger Joint in Parkhurst is the place for you.

Hudsons The Burger Joint is inspired by American contemporary diners and brings you a gourmet, craft, quality and mouthwatering experience.

Hudsons Parkhurst

We Love The Food

Parkhurst is home to many great restaurants. But none are quite like Hudsons. This burger joint has become a much-loved eatery among Joburg residents and has stolen the hearts of Jozi with their variety, portions and value for money.

Why We Love Hudsons The Burger Joint 

Hudson's offers innovative dishes to make your burger experience a delicious and juicy one. They also offer a wide variety of menu items, allowing you to try something new with each visit.

Any meal at Hudsons will be creative and full of flavour.

While they are a burger joint, they also serve up many other yummy options for all dietary requirements, to satisfy everyone from carnivores to vegans.

Hudsons Parkhurst

Oh So Scrumptious!

Among the delicious food and drinks available at Hudsons are tasty burgers and craft beers, all of which are worth exploring.

The use of fresh and high quality ingredients adds to the flavour and textures, resulting in a mouthwatering world-class burger.

Hudsons Parkhurst

The Ambience

This two storey restaurant is tucked away in bustling Parkhurst and offers an energetic vibe.

Hudsons is a great spot for anyone looking to grab a meal, some refreshing drinks or wanting to catch the game on the big screen.

Hudsons Parkhurst

Time to munch down and explore the delightful cuisine at this vibrant restaurant.

Pop-Up First Thursdays @ 99 Juta Street

What Is It?

First Thursdays at 99 Juta Street is back this April. The theme for this month's edition is 'Pop Up', as leading Cape Town brands Dear Rae Jewellery, BALLO and Asha : Eleven will be popping up from 3 - 6 April. In addition, there will be three new pop up stores launched over the first week of April. On Thursday 4 April, artisanal ice cream parlor  Paul's Homemade Ice Cream, bubbles by Krone and Culture Lab Kombucha will all be launched! Enjoy these fantastic new pop up's while browsing incredible jewels and inspired sustainable clothing and accessories on the top floor of the 99 Juta building.

On the design front, there will be a showcase of the best in local furniture and lighting design from Apartment 2B, Dokter and Misses, Houtlander and Joe Paine Studio. This First Thursday will also see the launch of Jacobs Collection in Apartment2B. For the art lovers out there, visit the 'Exit Strategy' exhibition by Jeanne Gaigher and Nathan Gates, featuring a series of new paintings and sculptural pieces.

There will be a cash bar available at the venue.

When Is It?

These events will take place from Wednesday, 3 April - Saturday, 6 April 2019. The official First Thursdays event takes place on Thursday, 4 April 2019 at 17:00 - 21:00. 

Where Is It?

99 Juta Street, Braamfontein, Johannesburg.

How Much Is It?

Entry is free.

For More Information 

For more information, visit the 99 Juta Facebook page.

Contact them via email at [email protected]

The Waterfall Market Launches At Mall Of Africa

What Is It?

Joburgers love curated food, art and beverages. We just adore having things tailored just to our personal liking. Artisan markets are therefore becoming increasingly popular. These fun-filled family events are also the perfect way to unwind on the weekends. With offerings of tasty treats, craft drinks and a distinctly Joburg vibe, visiting markets is the new way to explore the city.

The Mall of Africa is the single largest shopping precinct in the whole of Africa. What better place to hold a weekend market than just outside the mall? Here are all the details you need to know about the opening of the very first Waterfall Sunday Market:

Where Is It?

The Waterfall Market will be set up at Waterfall Park on Sunday, 17 February 2019. The park is just opposite the Mall of Africa in Midrand. This expansive picnic ground plays host to many outdoor family-friendly events, including holiday-themed night markets. In November 2018, the organisers of the Fourways Farmers Market hosted a summer night market at the venue. Now, the park will be transformed into an artisans wonderland. Featuring the best crafters, artists, bakers and musicians the city has to offer. The venue is child-friendly and is the perfect spot to go for a Sunday afternoon picnic. 

waterfall park

Food & Drink

There will be a plethora of exciting food stalls on show at the Waterfall Market. From gourmet street food trucks to home-baked breads and cakes. Organic food fundies should also have their spoils, as Joburg's finest fresh produce stalls will line the Waterfall Plaza.

Drink enthusiasts, your needs have not been forgotten. The usual gin, craft beer and cider stalls should be expected at the event, as well as wine and champagne tasting expositions. Visitors can enjoy their food goodies and ice cold drinks at communal tables set up around the park. Alternatively, bring along a picnic blanket and make up your own little feast spot in the park.

street food

Entertainment

Pretoria-based singer-songwriter duo, Bad Peter, will be headlining the Waterfall Market stage. PG Badenhorst and Alwyn Bekker (a.k.a Bad Peter) have released two EP's since their inception in 2014. They released their last musical output, titled 'Need to Hear', independently in 2017. Their music is distinctly South African, as it blends various styles and genres into one smooth sound. 'We don’t like to limit ourselves to a specific genre.  Being singer-songwriters gives us that freedom. You’ll hear folk, blues, african, pop and latin influences in our songs', Bad Peter says of their style.

Listen to a sample of Bad Peter's music here. 

bad peter

Photo sourced from Bad Peter on Facebook.

For more information

The Waterfall Market will take place on Sunday, 17 February 2019 from 9 AM - 5 PM. Find the Waterfall Park at Lone Creek Cresent and Magwa Crescent, Waterfall City, JohannesburgEntrance is R10 per person. Children under 12 and pensioners enter for free.

Contact the Waterfall Park on Facebook

Tel: 087 845 1183