Wednesday, December 11, 2019

'Kaapse Klopse' to parade on the Fourth of January

Instead of the traditional ‘’Tweede Nuwe Jaar’’, the Kaapse Klopse Karnival Association (KKKA) will now take place on the 4th of January. The reason for the date change is due to the sunset on the 2nd, which coincides with the Muslim’s holy day of Jum’ah.
The Kaapse Klopse Karnival Association (KKKA) has been the organiser of the new format Cape Town Street Parade since its renaming in October 2017.
The Cape Town Street Parade and choral competitions are presented under the single banner of the Cape Town Street Parade, whereby minstrel troupes from all across the city will perform in the streets of the city centre on 4 January, between Hanover Street in District Six and Rose Street in the Bo Kaap.
The organisers promise to yet again deliver a world class showcase of the best of the long tradition and legacy of the ‘Klopse’.
Entertainment is set to start from 12h00 and celebrations will continue up until 10 the evening.

Done By: Mitchum George



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