I personally believe that Sunday events are the epitome of events. On sundays you get to relax, unwind, reflect on the week and try to down as many beers or ciders before going back to adulting on Monday mornings. I chose five Sunday events that happen in Gauteng that are the talk of the town and that you should definitely be checking out in their coming installments. In no particular order.
Sunday roast is one of many events by Until Until, a music culture activations agency that is ran by Thandile Mafanya, Amahle-Imvelo Jaxa, Sandile Shangase, Ndumiso Buthelezi, Charles Lusengo, Thulani Dandala and Mfumu Mhinga. Sunday roast has become one of the most talked about events in Johannesburg currently. It happens in Braamfontein, Johannesburg. If you want to dance to Dj Speedsta’s mixes or get your photo taken by Cedric Nzaka then be sure to be on their next installment.
Founded by John “Skinny” Letsoalo, Family meeting is a social gathering that happens every first Sunday at Vanderbijlpark for creatives and music enthusiasts. I had the pleasure of attending the first ever family meeting and the best way to summarize it is good food, pot plants on sale, bangers, cold beers and wholesome people. I assure that you will enjoy each and every minute of family meeting with beats by Tshiamo Mokopane, Average Joe & Blackmonk just to name a few.
MamaKashaka is a full-on creative agency that birthed Pantone Sunday’s. Asande has already written an article about Pantone Sunday’s, to avoid repeating the same thing click here to read about Pantone Sunday’s.
Sunday Edition ZA
Sunday Edition ZA is also a monthly social gathering that happens in Braamfontein. It is described as a “celebration of the city and urban culture, creating a platform for art outside of the gallery space and investing in innovative street fashion, local music and cocktail culture.” Sunday Edition ZA always takes place at a Rooftop in Braamfontein and that’s exactly where you will find all your faves. Getting portraits taken by Young Stilo with Franadilla and Loveslavephola on the decks you should expect nothing but a fun time.
JFF Rooftop Farm Plant Night.
This one right here is a bit different from the other ones. The plant night market happens at the rooftop farm every first Sunday and it’s hosted by the rooftop owners Negin Monkoe and Joburg Ash. Live acoustic music, talks and discussions about plants and painting on sell is what you can expect at JFF rooftop farm plant night. If you are a plant mom/dad or maybe you’re planning on becoming one, you need to spend some of your Sunday afternoons and evenings at the rooftop farm and end your weekend in the most relaxing manner.
But due to the corona virus outbreak you won’t be able to attend any of these events anytime soon. Stay safe and don’t forget to keep your hands clean.