Things to do this weekend in the Winelands

It’s March madness in the Winelands when it comes to events and happening this weekend. Saddle up for a competitive start to the year at the second WC XCO Series race, discover your inner Japanophile at Stellenbosch Slow Market, laugh your cares away with Radio Raps and catch the SU Jazz Band under the stars at the Spier Amphitheatre.


Radio Raps @Spier Amphitheatre – 14 March 2020

After last year’s sold-out Genuine at the Woodfees, Rikus de Beer (aka Jonathan of Radio Raps) is back with a new one-man show. Life is short, but always remember it remains the longest thing you’ll ever do.


2020 WC XCO Series (Cycling) @Rhebokskloof – 14 March 2020

The 2nd race of the 2020 WC XCO Series, takes place at Rhebokskloof, Paarl on 14 March  2020.  The course consists of a mix of rough paths, single-track, smooth fire roads and rock gardens. Registered riders can qualify for Western Cape provincial colours, if they meet all the racing criteria.

Western Cape riders will enjoy a competitive start to the year.


Japan Day @Stellenbosch Slow Market – 14 March 2020

As Japan Day last year became an excellent activation event at the Stellenbosch Slow Market for the Rugby World Cup in Japan in the Western Cape, this year they will showcase the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and Paralympics taking place in just few months.


SU Jazz Band Celebrates women at Spier Amphitheatre – 15 March 2020

The SU Jazz Band is grooving under the stars in their own unique, energetic style with three popular, award-winning singers. The evergreen Gloria Bosman, Anna Davel and Lana Crowster, who made her name on The Voice, sing their own compositions as well as those of international and other South African women. Remember your dancing shoes!


Plaasfees @Meerendal Estate – 14 March 2020

Celebrate the flavours, sounds and wholesome fun of farm life at the 13th Durbanville Farm Festival to be held at Meerendal wine estate for the first time on the 14th March 2020.