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A luxury Cape Wine Estate is set to host a Pink Festival with Cape Town Pride

Cape Wine Farm Hosts Gay Fest

5 October 2015

By Paul W. Reynell

Guaranteed to be more fun than a barrel full of rainbows, this year’s inaugural Wildekrans Pink Festival, taking place on Saturday 24th October at the beautiful Wildekrans Wine Estate, promises a perfectly divine day spent under a Cape summer sky, sipping on award-winning wines and tasting delicious food – all rounded off with first-class entertainment by top South African artists and in a setting surrounded by daisies and ‘fairies’, of course!

What more could one wish for?

A mere hour’s drive from the Mother City, Wildekrans Wine Estate sets the scene for the ultimate party playground. Nestled in the magnificent Bot River valley, and known for its internationally acclaimed wines, breathtaking views and warm hospitality, this vibrant venue will play host to headlining acts such as SA Queen of Rock Karen Zoid, musical phenomenon Chris Chameleon and the inimitable Tamara Dey, with featured DJ’s including Dean Fuel, DJ SharkLady, Burn to Tape – and more!

The Pink Festival’s entertainment appeal also promises to extend to everyone from Springbok fans on the left (a big screen will feature that day’s Rugby World Cup fixtures) to Springbok ‘bokkies’ on the right (a ‘Diva’s in Drag’ cabaret show will provide a frivolous and fun frolic).

The Pink Festival at Wildekrans is set to be a firm favourite amongst those that enjoy the finer things, bedazzled with a sequin or two, ...in life!

No stranger to ensuring visitors arrive safely and with as little fuss as possible, Wildekrans Wine Estate has also partnered with top travel partners to offer a selection of ‘Fab solutions’ – from discounted air-travel and accommodation to shuttle services operating from various collection points.

Bring your mum, your mates, your double dates and your fiercest self. Cameras, blankets, picnic baskets and folding chairs are also welcome!

For more information about the Pink Fest 2015 and its host, CLICK HERE!

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