Some of Gauteng’s trendy vintage car clubs such as Ciao (Classic Italian Auto Owners) and various other vintage car collectors including the general public have been invited to this showcase of Joburg’s urban culture.
This family fun day starts at 10am, ends at 6pm, and will be accompanied by a vintage craft market, live bands, DJs and, to keep up with the theme of the day, vintage food trucks will be selling food and refreshments to visitors.
Artists that have been billed include a beautiful line-up of some of Jozi’s top and upcoming live bands and DJs such as BCUC, The Charles Gene Suite, Kitchen Mess, Kamo Matsoso, DJ Mamthug, DJ SediSoul, DJs Nikita and TopNotch and DJ Tataplz.
Gaisang Sathekge, chief curator of the James Hall Museum of Transport, said, "International Museum Week celebrates history, culture, and heritage by giving museums globally the opportunity to showcase their collections.”
“It is an important month to promote a museum-going culture in South Africa. It is also an opportune moment to give communities the power to write their history and to re-imagine their own heritage at a time where culture is dynamic and constantly changing," Sathekge continued.
Visitors are encouraged to bring their picnic blankets, cushions, and chairs to enjoy the activities of the day in a relaxed environment.
Visitors are also encouraged to use Uber as parking is limited.
The event will take place on 28 May at 193 Rosettenville Road, La Rochelle, Johannesburg. It is free to the public, but visitors will need to register here to redeem their free ticket.