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Kamers Creative Showcase
Quality never goes out of style…
This year is extra special for Kamers as the team is bringing its experience to the iconic Castle of Good Hope, in celebration of its 13th year (and the Castle’s 350th year); a momentous occasion if ever there was one! Professionals in all things retail, the multi-function pop-up platform will be setting up shop from Wednesday, 1 June to Sunday, 5 June 2016. Purchase your ticket from Plankton.mobi today!
A shopping experience like no other, Kamers is all about showcasing gorgeous local, South African products in an environment that people know and trust. It’s more than just a pop-up retail experience as it serves as a supportive and caring environment for talented up-and-coming entrepreneurs to grow and flourish within. There are no products in the world like South African products, and we have the best possible selection in our fair city this June 2016.
Visitors can anticipate a selection of outstanding gifts, design, fashion, jewellery, décor, and beauty products, not to mention delicious food, wine, live music and more. Over 100 of SA’s dynamic entrepreneurs will be participating, and there’ll also be live tunes to keep the happy ambiance upbeat, courtesy of the kykNET Stage. The line-up is as follows:
Friday, 3 June:
5pm: Amy Ayanda
6pm: Lucy Kruger
7pm: Robin Auld
Saturday, 4 June:
12:30pm: Odwa Bonga
1:30pm: Paige Mac
So forego all things mainstream, and head to the iconic Castle to view the coolest stuff you’ve never seen! Remember shoppers, this market is a little different with the vendors only accepting cards, strictly no cash. Don't forget the plastic, people.
TICKETS FOR THE 2016 KAMERS MARKET AT THE CASTLE OF GOOD HOPE
Tickets are available online at Plankton.mobi for R70p/p, and include a beautiful Kamers shopper bag, hand-printed by the Breytenbach Centre’s silkscreen printing entrepreneurs in Wellington, and filled with a top SA magazine. Pensioners and students pay only R50p/p, (with all the goodies still included) and under-18s can enter for free but will not receive a free gift. This year, for the first time, visitors can buy five-day passes for only R100p/p. For any enquiries please contact the organisers directly by visiting their website Kamersvol.com. Do note that on Sunday, 5 June, the opening hours are from 9am until 3pm.
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