EXOTIC AND TRENDY, THE PAN AFRICAN RUM FESTIVAL CELEBRATES COCKTAIL CULTURE AND THE AFRICAN ROOTS OF RUM
Seeking to immerse yourself in an exotic experience this weekend? Look no further that the Pan African Rum festival at Neighbourgoods market in Braamfontein. Celebrating the finest rums emerging from SA’s pioneering craft distilleries, along with exotic selections from Pan Africa, this festival is where you can let your hair down, enjoy the varied entertainment on offer at The Havana Club stage and dancefloor and sample some incredible cocktails from the pop-up bars at the venue.
In partnership with Havana Club Rum, Sin|Tax bar and Smoking Kills will be making some delicious cocktails at their stands at the hands of their skilled and talented bar tenders who will be competing against some of Jozi’s best cocktail bars for the Cocktail Trophy.
“Africa’s ties to Cuba come to life through this immersive cultural experience that celebrate the roots and craft of this fine and diverse drink”, says Jocelyn Richter, festival director.
“This festival is about creating a platform of celebration and exposure for the young and exciting rum brands alongside the iconic rum houses of the world.”
Complete with a beach sand dance floor, The Pan African rum festival embraces that sense of fun and time spent enjoying a Sunday afternoon in the city – a veritable oasis in the midst of downtown Jozi.
Tickets at R100 from Quicket:
R120 at the door.
Venue: 73 Juta street Braamfontein
Date: Sunday 7th April 2019
Time: 1pm -8pm