The Burger Festival

Hold onto your buns ladies and gentle, Cape Town is hosting its first Burger Festival. The Burger Festival will be held at Jan Van Riebeeck High School Rugby Field on the 13 and 14 February 2016. This venue in Cape Town is one that looks up to the beautiful views of Table Mountain. The Burger Festival is an event celebrating the world of Burgers paired with the pleasures of various cocktails, wines, beers and entertainment on offer. Hosted by Flavourful Events, who create unique premium experiences that combine the flavours, tastes, sights and sounds in the beautiful country of South Africa.

The Burger Festival

The Burger Festival

There will be 25 Burger Vendors, 10 Wine Estates, 10 Craft Breweries, 10 Artisan stands and live entertainment.

​​Venue: Jan Van Riebeeck High School Rugby Field

Date: 13 and 14 February 2016

Time: Saturday 11am – 11pm

Sunday 11am – 8pm

Selected Vendors at this stage:

Apollo Brewery
Atlantic Storm
Afro Caribbean Brewery
Bean There Coffee
Darling Brewery
Drifter Brewery
Everson’s Cider
Fat Harry’s
Island Way Sorbet
Long Beach
Mondiall Restaurant
Red Sky Breweries
Skinny Scoop
Stickman Breweries
Stone Circle Breweries
Tre Restaurant
Woodstock Brewery
Woodstock Gin
Wicked Waffle

Festival ticket gives you access to:

Burger Vendors
Wine Estates
Craft Breweries
Artisan stands
Coffee bar
Cocktail Bar

Live Entertainment:

Natasha Meister
Carla Louw
Jonny Dose

The Burger Festival

Tickets are available online via and entrance to The Burger Festival will cost R55p per day (early bird tickets). Prices for the other tickets are yet to be released by


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2 Discussion to this post

  1. Lalannie Knoll says:

    Thanks Megan for keeping us up-to-date with amazing events happening around us!!

  2. The Authentic Girl says:

    Thanks Lalannie!

    Hopefully I will see you there, I am going on Sunday afternoon.

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