This Sunday Why Not Have A Look At Durban From A Different Perspective? Check Out The Cool Events Happening Today That Let You See Your City In A Different Way.
If This City Could Talk
The wonderful and patriotic team at 8 Morrison Street have teamed up with Propertuity to bring you “if this city could talk” bike tour through Durban today. If you are adventurous, can ride a bike and are and urban enthusiast, this is the ideal event for you. The tour will allow you to see Durban in a different light, and bring the city to the glory it once enjoyed. The urban regeneration is a big development goal for 8 Morrison, Propertuity and The Morning Trade Market.
Those keen to join the bike tour can meet at 8 Morrison Street at 9am with your bike. Remember to bring sunblock, sunglasses, a hat and a smartphone.
The Morning Trade
The Morning Trade, which has been successfully running since earlier this year is situated at 8 Morrison Street and takes place every Sunday between 8am – 2pm. The Market brings together a host of local producers and vendors who provide market goers with farm fresh ingredients and artisan goods. A must try for anyone in Durban, the location of the market falls into the Rivertown Precinct, which, with venues such at 8 Morrison Street and the Rivertown Hall, are slowly beginning the urban revival of the city.
Market goers can expect to find a variety of yummy, freshly prepared artisan food to enjoy, with various seating areas available for you to have a great breakfast or lunch. There are also local vendors selling fresh farmed veggies and other unique goodies to take home.
Entrance is free.
The Wonder Market
The Wonder Market, which takes place on the last Sunday of every month will be set up at Chris Saunders Park in uMhlanga today. This food and craft market, with its picturesque setting, is a great way to enjoy a bit of the outdoors with some good food, good entertainment and lovely little stalls for you to look through. With Christmas just less than a month away, the crafts market is the perfect place to find unique little treasures for family and friends, making Christmas shopping a bit different and a bit more refreshing this year.
Families can bring a picnic blanket and set themselves on the grassy lawns, whilst enjoying the live entertainment and fresh food that you can get from any of the food vendors. Find indulgent sweet treats, curries, curries, wraps and a whole lot more to treat your tastebuds.
Entrance is free. The market runs from 9am – 3pm.
Zulu Dance Championship
During the month of November, more than 60 troupes have been battling it out at Ushaka to find the best performers of the Indlamu – the traditional dance most often associated with the Zulu culture and based on warrior war dances. Today, the finale will be taking place, announcing the winners of the R600 000 contract to perform the dance at Ushaka throughout the year and entertain their visitors.
The championship, which is in it’s 10th year of running, will see first prize winners take home R10 000 cash, a floating trophy and a R500 000 guaranteed working contract from December 2014 to December 2015. The second and third placed groups will receive cash prizes of R 8000.00 and R5000.00 respectively.
The show starts at 10am and will take place at Ushaka.
Sunday Jazz At The Dutch
Jazz on Sundays at The Dutch is better than moms home baked pie!
The Jazz Cats slide into a West Coast cool supported by the dynamic and sensational Lucia Mthiyane for a two hour ride into the beautiful world of Jazz.
The day opens with a face to face mix of superlative jazz mixed by DJ Dums And G at 3pm and then the theatre begins at 6pm headlined by Lucia.
If there is one event weekly you don’t want to miss, its Sunday’s at THE DUTCH.