Things to do on Women’s Day

DANCING FOR WOMEN: Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games ends on 9 August.


Women’s Day falls on 9 August each month so here’s five things that you could do on the special day.

The Totalsports Women’s Ladies Race

The Totalsports Ladies Race is held in celebration of National Women’s Day, with both runners and walkers are given the choice of a 5km or 10km route. Mothers with prams are welcome, while husbands, friends and family are encouraged to join in the fun and show support en route. It’s the perfect place to get in your exercise for the day and spend some time with loved ones.

Date: 9 August

Time: 8am

Venue: Mary Fitzgerald Square, Newtown




Fourways Farmers Market

The Fourways Farmers Market is a picnic park in the heart of Joburg that features the artisanal food, drinks and crafts of 107 vendors. It’s the perfect place to find the best Belgian waffles, chocolate delights and many more delicious treats that you won’t find anywhere else in Gauteng. You can take the whole family along – even your furry friends are welcome.

Date: Every Sunday

Time: 10am

Venue: Earth Outdoor Living Nursery, corner of William Nicol Drive and Monte Casino Boulevard, Fourways



Trey Songz

International superstar and ultimate man crush, Trey Songz is heading to South Africa. The Billboard chart-topping artist will be serenading women during the country’s Women’s Month celebrations in true gentleman style. He is no stranger to our soil and he promises that they will be extraordinary shows.

Date: 9 August

Time: 7pm

Venue: TicketPro Dome



Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games

Lord of the Dance is here and will feature its creator Michael Flatley, who will only star in the first two weeks of the show’s running time. It’s the perfect place to take the ladies, to see the finalé of the internationally-acclaimed show and some spectacular dancing from one of the most beloved dance shows in the world.

Date: 9 August

Time: 2pm and 6pm

Venue: Montecasino


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