Nothing says celebration like the sound of a champagne cork popping! So ahead of Moët Party Day – taking place in 80 countries around the globe on 17 June 2017 – we asked Aimee Kellen, Moët Hennessy Champagne Portfolio Manager, about this global celebration and all things champagne.
Q: So Aimee, tell us a little more about Moët Party Day 2017.
On 17 June this year, Moët & Chandon will be hosting the second edition of Moët Party Day, a 24-hour international celebration of all life’s memorable moments, taking place in leading cities around the globe from London to… Read More
Don’t make my mistake and let it take you 10 years to get to the MTN Bushfire Festival. If last year’s festival was anything to go by, the 11th edition (26-28th May) in Ezulwini Valley will be lit!
Swaziland may be small, but the BBC named its larger-than-life annual music festival the best in Africa. It’s a truly global event in terms of the performers and audience, and I danced – craft beer in hand – among 16 000 or so visitors from 58 countries. Whether you think you can dance or not, you’ll be tapping your feet, swaying or… Read More
The V&A Waterfront’s newly revamped Silo District, which is shaping up to be a hive of cultural activity for travellers and Cape Town locals alike, will soon be home to Africa’s first Radisson RED, a unique hotel inspired by art, music and fashion.
The hotel opens its doors in the third quarter of 2017, and will offer a unique take on modern hospitality, according to Dale Simpson, curator of Radisson RED Hotel V&A Waterfront, Cape Town. “Radisson RED is inspired by the trends and lifestyle of the ageless millennial, tapping into modern, high-tech travellers,” he says.
Discover the world of design through history at the annual South African Antique, Art and Design Association (SAADA) Cape Town Expo 2017. This time-machine incorporates art, antiques and design, with a mix of well established and new SAADA members.
The much-much-anticitpated SAADA Expo, which draws art lovers, antique appreciators and those simply curious will be taking place from 17 to 19 February at The Lookout Venue at the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town.
Paul Mrkusic, the young and dynamic CEO of the association who transcends all stereotypes of what being an antiques dealer means, aims to… Read More
It’s taking place on 8 and 9 October at the Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit in what is its fourth annual instalment since its 2013 debut. A selection of food prepared by renowned chefs and street-food venders will be on offer, with celebrity-hosted restaurants by the likes of Callie-Anne Gavazzi, J’Something, Sarah Graham and Reuben Riffel.
The music will be just as tantalising, with… Read More
Launched in 1992, Arts Alive was born of the country’s transformational phase and provides a dramatic and dynamic journey through the vibrant, diverse and evocative African city that is Jo’burg.
“Arts Alive International Festival 2016 features artistic offerings that will entertain, educate and stimulate cultural tastes,” says curator Roshnie Moonsammy.
Jo’burg comes to life in spring with local, international and African diaspora acts filling the city theatres, museums and outdoor spaces across 40 unique events. Flagship events such as Jazz on the Lake, Eldo’s festival, the Moshito expo, Hillbrow Theatre School’s… Read More