Feastival Night Feast at the Palms Décor & Lifestyle Centre

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A Secret Stage, The World Of Birds And Sean Koch At The Third Feastival Of 2019

Cape Town’s favourite night of indulgence and celebration is back again

What’s the best comfort during the cold winter weather? Food, of course. And drinks, art, live music and an unmissable vibe. Experience all this (and more) at The Night Feast on 27 July 2019.

WHAT’S A NIGHT FEAST?
Get involved in an awesome night of street food indulgence at one of the city’s vibiest venues, The Palms Decor and Lifestyle Centre in Woodstock – the original home of Feastival. There’ll be bars and mixologists at the event for a celebratory vibe, plus live music by Sean Koch and The World of Birds (and more) to keep the good times going. There’ll also be designers showing off their creations on the evening.

PLUS: There'll be a secret stage at this month's event. The lineup will be announced soon. 

WHO WILL BE PERFORMING
Feastival kicked off the winter season with an epic performance by Matthew Mole. Slap bang in the middle of the chilly weather, Desmond & The Tutu's, as well as Cape Town's very own Grassy Spark entertained crowds with their upbeat indie tunes in June. And now, Cape Town's very own Sean Koch and The World of Bords will be rocking July. Check them both out below. 

TICKETS TO THE NIGHT FEAST
Phase 1 tickets cost R150pp, phase 2 costs R180pp, phase 3 costs R220pp and tickets at the door (if available) cost R250pp.

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