What Is It?

Bring the family out for a fun filled day at the Weekend Market this New Year's day. With tons of entertainment for all ages, this is the perfect way to welcome in the brand new decade! There will be kiddies and adult pools, foam pits, water slides, jumping castles, rocket rides, swings, live entertainment and DJs. So, bring your picnic baskets and have a blast on the first day of 2020!

This is definitely one you won't want to miss, so book your tickets ASAP!

When Is It?

Wednesday, 1 January 2020 from 09:00 - 18:00.

Where Is It?

Weekend Market, 1 Rifle Range Rd, Nasrec, Johannesburg South.

How Much Is It?

Tickets cost R100 for children and R130 for adults on Computicket.

For more information 

Follow the Weekend Market on Facebook for more information.

What Is It?

When last did you watch a proudly South African made film with the whole family? Or, visit a local park with the kids? If you haven't done either in a long while, then this event is perfect for you.

This November, come out to Marks Park in Emmarentia to celebrate culture, diversity and inclusivity of all people. This is a family fun, socialising event, so all are welcome to attend. There will be tons of entertainment, from picnics, to live music and the night time movie screening. Plus, you can enjoy some yummy eats from various food stalls.

So, bring your bean bag chairs, campers or a family picnic blanket, because this is an all day affair. We'll see you there!

When Is It?

Saturday, 09 November 2019 from 12:00.

Where Is It?

Marks Park Sports Club, Judith Rd, Emmarentia, Johannesburg.

How Much Is It?

Tickets cost:

Standard Ticket - R90 per person, Student (student card) - R50 per person, Group of two - R170, Group of 4 - R350.

Get your tickets here.

For More Information

Visit their Facebook page for more information.

Details: 011 057 5794 | [email protected]

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

What Was It?

Spend some quality time with your family at In The Forest's Open Days. Gather the kids and enjoy a day of outdoor fun complete with awesome activities such as forest trails, fairy trails, forest zip-lining, archery, tomahawk tosses, tree climbing, pony rides and splashing in the pond filled with hay! Grab a shady spot and enjoy your own picnic basket while relaxing on a blanket. The Alice in Wonderland Coffee Shoppe will be open, offering wacky waffles, sarmies, boerie rolls with homemade relish, cold drinks, cold beers and more.

When Was It?

Saturday, 18 March 2017 from 09:30 to 17:00.

Where Was It?

In The Forest, 2 Aloe Ridge Drive, Walkerville, Johannesburg.

How Much Was It?

Entrance is R 35 for adults and R25 for kids. The entry fee includes entrance to the enchanted fairy trail. Well-behaved pets on leashes are welcome.

For More Information

For more information visit www.intheforest.co.za, or contact Linda on 084 414 3917 or [email protected].