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    The Glowing Rooms (The Gallery, Koeberg Rd.)

    Cape Town has a great sporting culture so with that in mind here’s a question. When last did you pay mini-golf? Ok, now when last did you play mini-golf in a glow in the dark 3D environment? Oh, you haven’t? Well, here’s your chance! The Glowing Rooms SA is a mini-golf course that will change your view of the classic game of forever. Located at The Gallery, The Glowing Room takes your average game of putt-putt and gives it a cosmic makeover. As you enter you are greeted by all things luminous and there are even glow in the dark goodies on sale in the foyer.

    A full 18-hole course is available to play under the fluorescent watch of the UV lights and is an out of this world experience for anyone who has ever tried to sink that mischevious little ball. The 3D environment only adds to the excitement and you will need to get a pair to play, we promise it’ll be well worth it and it brings an added element of fun to what is already a classic format. Get glow sticks and all sorts of other glowing goodies for your round and top it off with a glow in the dark selfie with you and the crew. You can even choose your own music with the Bluetooth enabled sound system and rock out to favourite jams while you play!

    Tuesday Night Jazz At Asoka (68 Kloof St.)

    As most of you know, Asoka is a super cool little club come restaurant on Kloof Street that is frequented by locals and visitors alike. What you may not know, is that Tuesday night is now jazz night at the iconic Cape Town hotspot. The Mother City tends to have a little lie down for most of the early part of the week but this is sure to wake her up. Mr. Keys & The Funky Munks are resident melody makers and they never disappoint with their eclectic mix of Afro Jazz and Funk tunes. The amazing grooves are only complemented by the fact that there is also a dinner special that runs on the night that will excite your taste buds while the music entertains your ears.

    Asoka has always been a place where the local and international community comes together to celebrate Cape Town’s incredible diversity and this night is no different. Extravagant but tasteful decor adorn the walls and the lighting is as ambient and warm as you are likely to find, this makes Jazz night a must if you’ve never been. No cover at the door and the music plays from 8-10 pm.

    Parklife Festival Of Music And Food ( Green Point Cricket Club)

    As we reach the last remaining rays of the Summer here in Cape Town, it’s important we get out there and enjoy them. What better way to that than to get down to the Parklife Festival at the Green Point Cricket Club on the 17th of April? The Parklife lineups are always a source of excitement for lovers of live music in Cape Town and April’s edition is no different. Local musicians such as Matthew Mole and crazy talented Jeremy Loops will both be on show in this latest edition, as well as Francois van Coke, Gangs of Ballet, The Temper Trap and a whole lot more.

    And once you have danced your little heart and your tummy starts to grumble the food on offer is sure to get your tongue wagging. Dozens of Cape Town’s finest street food vendors will be on hand to make all your favourite gourmet dishes and it’s a great way to broaden your culinary horizons. Bring the kids as well, the atmosphere is always friendly and is very much geared towards a family day out. The festival is on from 10am – 9pm.

    Ticket

    Price

    Adults (18+ years)

    R295p/p

    Teenagers (13 – 17 years)

    195p/p

    Children (3 – 12 years)

    R125p/p