5 Cape Town Sporting events you should attend if you are into the sport of people watching
Can’t throw a ball worth catching or manoeuvre a horse around a polo field? Neither can we! So join in for the ever-so-popular Capetonian sport of People Watching at these fabulous upcoming events
Yes, that old sport has been a firm favourite amoungst the ‘in’ and not so ‘in’ crowd for decades.
Our list of Fabulous upcoming events in chronological order ( you’re welcome) are as follows:
1. The L’Ormarins Queen’s Plate
Stylish and orderly, blue and white is the order of the day, as posted on the website in their words: ‘As one of the most stylish events on the Cape Town calendar, all guests are asked to comply with the blue and white dress code. For the L’Ormarins Best Dressed and Best Hat competition only ladies and gentlemen who are appropriately dressed will be eligible’
8 January, Kenilworth Racecourse
2. The Sun Met
A New-kid-on-the-block with an ’out with the Old in with the New’ approach. Sun International’s Sun Met will be serving Mumm Champagne in abundance. The new Title sponsors will no doubt ensure that it will be one spectacular horse racing event. Fashion is the key ingredient to make this event one to remember.
28 January, Kenilworth Racecourse
3. Cape Town 10’s
All that sweaty, muscle chasing after an oval ball…. Whats not to like...? Followed by a raucous after party. Did we mention that its over 2 days as well.
3-4 February, Hamiltons Rugby Fields
4. Veuve Clicquot Masters
Got a Louis Vuitton dress lying around? Perfect! Get ready to dazzle at the Polo. ‘Taking inspiration from the iconic fashion capitals of the world (where Veuve Clicquot is enjoyed) : Paris, New York and Milan.The 2017 dress code dares event attendees to wear the best polo chic attire inspired by the 2016 / 2017 CRUISE COLLECTIONS shown on the runways in these iconic cities. No casual attire.’
4-5 March, Val De Vie, Paarl
5. International Jazz Festival
An eclectic mix of very cultured individuals, enjoying the finer things in life. Music may not be a sport, but it’s all about passion, so that’s really the same, no?
31 March – 1 April, CTICC