World Jam Festival Durban

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World Jam Festival

Moses Mabhida Precinct 6 - 7 Dec

Destination: Durban!

Destination: Durban!

Over 400 musicians, making up more than 50 bands, taking on 5 stages, representing more than 10 countries from 4 different continents. Yes, you read that right. The World Jam Music Festival will take place over 2 days in and around the Moses Mabhida Stadium precinct, including People’s Park, the Mustering Fields as well as the Stadium Bowl - where International headlining artists will close the festival on both days. Hosted by the province of Kwazulu-Natal as a Zulu Kingdom Experienc...

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Unleash Your Inner Foodie!

Unleash Your Inner Foodie!

Yes folks, it’s that time of the year again where you get to leave all your dieting worries behind and take your tastebuds out for a weekend of indulgence! The Pick n Pay Taste of Durban is back again at it’s homeground, Suncoast Durban. Growing from strength to strength since it’s inception in 2012, it has already become an annual foodie-haven showcasing the exceptional skills of local chefs and restaurants, whilst giving us wanna-be masterchefs the opportunity to soak up what’s tren...

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Holiday Madness at #MMStadium

Holiday Madness at #MMStadium

Don’t let boredom cramp your style these holidays! We’ve got you covered with amazing holiday specials: You haven’t lived until you’ve experienced (and instagrammed) the spectacular views from the top of the SkyCar! Visitors from out of town will be mesmerised by 360º views of Durban and beyond! Stadium Tours are a great way to brush up on some knowledge about what went down behind the scenes at the 2010 FIFA World Cup and also gives you a sneak peek into all the are...

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No one likes a dirty beach!

No one likes a dirty beach!

#DurbsThursdays has always been about discovering great things to do in Durban. This Thursday, we take a look at the KZN Beach Clean Up, which is a durban based organisation that focuses on improving the quality of our oceans and teaching our youth about the value of contributing towards a sustainable future. The KZN Beach Clean Up has been around since 2011 and takes place every 3rd Saturday of the month, with the exception of World Oceans Day and other internationally recognized initiatives...

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Get your facts straight this July!

Get your facts straight this July!

Fact Durban Rocks is one of the biggest music events in Durban and with last year’s New Year’s Eve bash hosting over 15000 happy party-goers, the 2014 Durban July FDR  is set to be the biggest Durban has ever seen! We don’t want to namedrop or anything but this July’s line-up features the very best in their genres as well as the new up and coming talents in the music industry. So, to entice you just a little we will reveal that amongst SA heavyweights such as Black Coffee, MiCasa and...

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For the people, by the people!

For the people, by the people!

One thing that sets Durban aside from the rest is that we have this beautifully redeveloped beachfront and promenade to enjoy everyday. And boy, do we make use of it. There isn’t a day that there aren’t hundreds of people partaking in some kind of activity down at the beachfront, whether it be running, cycling, yoga or just walking the dogs. The really cool thing is that the promenade connects directly to the People’s Park precinct, which holds not only a magnificent track & field a...

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Durban ROCKS Top Gear Festival SA 2014!

Durban ROCKS Top Gear Festival SA 2014!

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‘Sup Durbs?

‘Sup Durbs?

Something you often spot around Durban these days are the many ‘Suppers getting their fitness fix out on the water. Although SUP has been around for quite sometime, it has only recently become a bit of a craze in SA and a very popular pastime for many Durbanites! If you still don’t know what we are talking about, let’s break it down for you!  SUP stands for Stand Up Paddleboarding. It originally started off in Hawaii as an offshoot of surfing, allowing surfers to paddle farther into th...

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Some of our favourite 2010 World Cup photos!

Some of our favourite 2010 World Cup photos!

Ah….. The 2010 FIFA World Cup. You can’t really blame us for getting nostalgic now that the next World Cup is about to take place in Brazil. It almost seems unreal to think that we hosted 7 World Cup matches that year, with the likes of Paris Hilton, Leonardo Di Caprio and John Travolta attending our stadium. Thousands of people all over the world flooded into Moses Mabhida and the spirit felt at the games and in Durban itself was unlike anything you have ever experienced. All we have ...

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Home is where the (I) heart (market) is!

Home is where the (I) heart (market) is!

On the first Saturday of every month, a little revolution happens on the Imbizo Lawns at Moses Mabhida Stadium. Not the kind of revolution you read about in your history books at school, but more of a local kind of revolution. One that brings the community together in a way that supports the city’s economy and promotes our independent artisans. Durbanites flock to the I heart Market to satisfy their appetites, indulge in retail therapy, catch up with mates, listen to amazing music and gener...

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