Top 2013 New Year’s Eve bashes

Thinking about going to a New Year’s event but still have nothing booked yet? We give you a list of the parties/events you can still go to usher in the 2014. But remember to keep it safe and get a designated driver if you will be drinking over the festive season. It helps to plan your ride ahead of time to avoid the drama of a cancelled lift or last minute cab hopping.

Cape Town:

Tiger Tiger’s New Year’s Eve circus party

When: Tuesday 31 December at 8pm

This New Year’s Eve, at Tiger Tiger, you can party into 2014 dressed up in the Cirque Du Soir theme.
You will be kept entertained by the venue’s dazzling décor and get champagne on arrival.

Cover charge: R100 per person. Get tickets here or at the door.

Tel: 021 683 2220

 

Rick’s Café Americain  jazz party

When: Tuesday 31 December

If you want to go into 2014 with jazzy beats and good food go to Rick’s Café. You will be kept entertained by The Alan Cameron Duo while you enjoy a welcome cocktail and a shot of chilled tequila (on the house). The cover charge includes an appetiser platter.

Cover charge: R175

Tel: Places are limited so to avoid disappointment book early on 021 424 1100.

Email:  info@rickscafe.co.za. or click here http://www.rickscafe.co.za/ for more information.

 

 

Kirstenbosch Goldfish Concert:

When: Tuesday 31 December 2013 at 8.30pm

Celebrate New Year’s Eve bopping to the sounds of the electronic duo, Goldfish, who will perform at Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden while you celebrate the New Year under a blanket of stars.

Cover Charge: R290 per person

Tel: 021 799 8782

Email: kirstenbosch@capetown.travel or click here for more information.

 

Johannesburg:

Vacca Matta New Year’s eve party at Montecasino

When: Tuesday 31 December at 8pm

Vacca Matta is the place to be to get down to DJ Vik’s slamming tunes to welcome in the New Year. There will be lots of giveaways on the night as well.

Cover charges:
R200 before 25 December
R250 before 31 December.
Cover includes a welcome drink and cocktail and snack supper.

Tel: 0 11 511 0511

Email: info@cafevaccamatta.co.za or click here for more information.

5FM takes over Soweto

When: Tuesday 31 December at 7pm

Visit Zone 6 in Soweto to experience a  3D galaxy of optical illusions, state of the art sounds and world class DJs.5FM’s house junkie Euphonik, Catherine Grenfell, honouree Top 40 Queen Sureshnie Rider, Dineo and many more top entertainers will keep you moving into 2014.

Cover charge: R325 – R540

Tel: Call Computicket on 0861 915 8000

Website: Tickets are available from Computicket.  For more information click here.
Rock ‘n roll into 2014 with Brent Harris and Thee Jam

When: Tuesday 31 December at 7pm

Brent Harris will help you welcome in the new year with his new band, Thee Jam at Tanz Live at Heathway shopping centre. The frontman will keep you entertained with his drum solo that incorporates water and lights.

Cover charge: Tickets cost R100 per person or R200 with a meal (choice of five options) and a glass of wine, champagne or beer. For more information, go here.

Tel: To book call 011 476 4169.

 

 

Durban:

Experience Wavehouse with 5FM

When: Tuesday 31 December at 7pm

Party into the New Year in white style at Wavehouse in Umhlanga. 5FM’s hottest DJ’s will keep you entertained into 2014.

Cover charge: Prices range between R320  and R550 and are available through Computicket.

Tel: 0861 915 8000

Website: For more information click here.

 

Live performances at Moses Mabhida Stadium

When: Tuesday 31 December at 6pm

There will be a massive line-up of top SA artists like Black Coffee; Donald; Mafikizolo; Zakes Bantwini; Teargas; Lvovo; Naima Kay; Thokozani Langa; Big Nuz; Cndo; Fisherman; BHAR; Zakwe and many more.

Cover charge: It will cost you between R180 and R500 per person.

Tel: 031 582 8222

Website:  Go to the Moses Mabhida stadium’s website for more information.

 

Ballito New Year’s Eve street party

When: Tuesday 31 December at 7pm

Make your way to the Village Centre in Sandra Road, Ballito to experience Ibiza resident DJ Danny Avila, along with an awesome 5FM DJ line-up that includes Gareth Cliff, Roger Goode, DJ Milkshake and more.

Cover charge: Tickets cost between R280 and R560.

Website: To buy tickets go to here.

 

 

 

 



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