What’s on this November in Cape Town? It’s no secret that the V&A Waterfront is an all-in-one destination for dining, shopping, live entertainment, and even screened sports events.

Silo Concerts

The V&A Waterfront Silo Concert Series is back for another great edition. With summer in the air, picture a beautiful sunset peeking behind the incredible Zeitz MOCAA Museum as your backdrop with a gentle ocean breeze blowing up from the west, and you have the perfect setting for a beautiful concert.

The Silo District Concert series, which started in the Summer of 2017, has grown with absolute success with full houses and memorable events. Come down to the Silo District at the V&A Waterfront this Summer on the first Friday of every month at 18h00 and be a part of something special (free to attend).


4 November – CTPO (Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra)

2 December – Mandisi Dyantyis

7 January – This Thing called Swing

3 February – Puesta Del Sol

3 March – Andrew Young and Don Vino

7 April – Judith Sephuma


Grade Market

The Grade Market Day powered by YOCO is aimed to create a platform for aspiring local fashion brands. The event will take place on Saturday, 5 November, from 12h00 – 17h00, at the Battery Park field at the V&A Waterfront. Come through with the whole family and enjoy the day (free to attend).

Friday’s with 4IAM

4IAM isn’t just one of the most exciting and unique T-Pop acts coming out of Africa in a long time. It’s also a movement consisting of five girls leading the way for future generations with a clear message: You can achieve your dreams no matter where you come from.

Hitchat Entertainment developed 4IAM in 2021. The African entertainment company focuses on finding, developing and launching talents from townships and disadvantaged African communities using their unique T-Pop model. T-pop is, in essence, top-end acts that sing, rap & dance to songs that are a mix between international pop productions, African beats, and African lyrics. The acts perform synchronised, well-choreographed dances to songs that are upbeat and consist of various genres, including traditional choreography and local languages.

The name 4IAM is an acronym and stands for 4th Industrial Age Music representing the new genre of T-pop at a time of new technological revolution. 4IAM and T-Pop are the future, music you can listen to for generations to come. The influential members are Doli, PHX, Annie, Grace & Giselle. A collective of five girls from townships across South Africa with a story to tell. 4IAM is all about embracing your upbringing and showing the world you can accomplish anything you set your mind to. With big goals, hard work and a strong message of women empowerment and owning your story, 4IAM embodies the concept that anything and everything is possible.

Catch their next live performance at the Amphitheatre Stage on Friday, 25 November 2022 at 12h00.

Cotton Fest Friends Day

The University of Cotton Fest will be at Battery Park on Saturday, 19 November 2022, for a unique friend’s day from 10h00 – 17h00. Everyone is welcome to join in on the fun as the crew gets the hype started for Cotton Fest Cape Town on 10 December 2022.

V&A Kids Market

The V&A Waterfront is encouraging all young entrepreneurs to showcase their skills. Let your entrepreneurial children turn their ideas into products that can earn them cash. To apply, have your child send a one-minute video via WhatsApp on 066 187 8944 or email: events@waterfront.co.za – where they present their creation with a mini motivation as to why they want to be a part of the market. Applications close by Wednesday, 30 November 2022.

Market dates: 17 December 2022, 28 January 2023, 25 February 2023, 25 March 2023, 8-9 April 2023.

Live-Action Sports at the V&A Waterfront this November

Enjoy all the live-action sports in the V&A Waterfront precinct this November, from soccer, rugby, and motor racing to so much more! Head over to the Amphitheatre and enjoy this list of games:


Pakistan vs South Africa

T20 World Cup | 10h00 | 03 Nov 2022

Men’s T20 World Cup, Australia, 2022


10h00 | 13 Nov 2022


Ireland vs South Africa

19h30 | 05 Nov 2022

Italy vs South Africa

15h00 | 19 Nov 2022


Soccer World Cup 2022 Opening ceremony | 15h00

Group Stage: Argentina vs Saudi Arabia | 12h00 | 22 Nov 2022

Group Stage: Germany vs Japan |15h00 | 23 Nov 2022

Group Stage: Spain vs Costa Rica | 18h00 | 23 Nov 2022

Group Stage: Switzerland vs Cameroon | 12h00 | 24 Nov 2022

Group Stage: Uranguay vs Korea Republic |15h00 | 24 Nov 2022

Group Stage: Portugal vs Ghana |18h00 | 24 Nov 2022

Group Stage: Qatar vs Senegal | 15h00 | 25 Nov 2022

Group Stage: Netherlands vs Ecuador |18h00 | 25 Nov 2022

Group Stage: Poland vs Saudia Arabia |15h00 | 26 Nov 2022

Group Stage: France vs Denmark | 18h00 26 Nov 2022

Group Stage: Cameroon vs Serbia |12h00 | 28 Nov 2022

Group Stage: Brazil vs Switzerland | 18h00 | 28 Nov 2022

Group Stage: Netherlands vs Qatar | 17h00 | 29 Nov 2022

Group Stage: Tunisia vs France | 17h00 | 30 Nov 2022


Take a Journey Through the V&A Waterfront

With so much to experience at the V&A Waterfront every single day of the week, make it your mission to pop by as often as you can to make the absolute best memories!

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There is no one way to explore all of the Cape Town Big 6, and much of what makes each of them so special is the variety of things to see and do at each. So if possible, take your time to explore each of the city’s most visited tourist attractions in as much depth as possible – as any local will tell you, you can spend a lifetime at each of the Big 6 and still not tire of them. Find the 3 and 4 day itineraries and tips here.