The Sediment TV crew are embarking on the road show and bringing you some of your preferred KykNET programme estates from Season 1.
You can join the Sediment TV in Bloemfontein, Pretoria and Stellenbosch to meet and greet the winemakers. There will be astounding food, live music, and copious amounts of wine.
First stop: Harelquins Club, Pretoria
A taste of the winelands right in the heart of Brooklyn, Pretoria. Visitors can taste and buy wine, enjoy delicious food and sit back and relax to live music or get up and dance. Charl “Braai” Bruwer from Braai Ve’note will be doing live cooking demo’s to keep visitors informed and entertained. The show kicks off at 10.30 am and finishes at 15.30pm – make sure you don’t miss a minute.
The live band for the day will be Beeskraal, bringing rustic tunes that pairs so well with wine and good times.
Second stop: Botanical Gardens, Potchefstroom
NWU Gallery together with the Sediment Road Show presents our Autumn Garden Soirée, taking place in the NWU Botanical Gardens in Potchefstroom on 30 April 2015 at 15:00. The event will take the shape of an afternoon wine tasting and picnic open to everyone.
Guests will be entertained with African Jazz, Blues and spoken word poetry. The stage offers local musicians a platform to perform with professionals. Acts include: Pioneer Brass (African Jazz Brass Band), Bandura Express (Marimba Band), Ian Rothmann Michael Canfield & Nicole Theron, The Completely Different Band, and Georgetown.
The event is a fundraiser for the NWU Botanical Garden.
Tickets are available at R 120 pp. online: http://www.artema.co.za/buy-tickets/
Or ticket enquiries contact: (018) 299 2844 or email@example.com
Third Stop: Warm Karoo, Bloemfontein
Taste the winelands in the heart of the Free State. The show kicks off at 10.30 am and finishes at 15.30pm – make sure you don’t miss a minute. Jakkie Louw and his band will be entertaining us on the rolling lawns. Be sure to bring picnic blankets and umbrellas and spend the whole day relaxing and sipping.
Last Stop: 9 May: Blaauwklippen, Stellenbosch
Ending our trip at home by celebrating what the Western Cape does best.