This weekend in Durban

It’s that time of the week again – Friday! And we have another phenomenal weekend to look forward to.  From the debauched boozing and betting of last weekend, we have fun family-and-all-ages stuff happening over the next two days, the swan song of the July school holidays.

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Saturday:

  • The KZN Winter Air Tour takes over Virginia Airport for our annual spectacular Durban Airshow. This year seems to be quite different from the previous shows. It’s only for one day and it will have, amongst many other things, a 15min Boeing 737-200 display, hovercraft and a mini cooper racing against a plane. Above, Ive inserted some of the literally hundreds of photos I shot last year at the show. Apparently this year it will be completely different, with no repeats. Tickets are R100 at the door for adults, R50 for kids.
  • At Ushaka from 10am is going to be the kids’ Colour Fest. Omo or Skip should be sponsoring 😛

Sunday:


  • Johnny Clegg will be at the Botanic Gardens, so pack a picnic and bask in the sunshine of the beautiful surrounds with some lovely music. Presale tickets are R150, at the door its R180.

Weather for Saturday, according to Windguru, is looking clear and sunny. Sunday miiiiight be a little overcast and drizzly by around 5pm.

 

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