This looks like quite a goodie… the Forbidden Fruit Festival is set to take place in Worcester between the 13th and 15th of November.

It’s a festival of South African music, with a bit of good eating to keep up the energy levels. And, amazingly, even kids are invited:

Ooms and Tannies are welcome. Heck, even the kids are in for a fantastic time! A whole village is being created just for the young ones, to ensure a fun-filled weekend of top notch entertainment is enjoyed by all.

Musical entertainment will be provided by the likes of local bands Zebra & Giraffe, Prime Circle, Cherry Vinyl, Just Jinger, Aking, Kurt Darren, Josie Field, and more.

And then there’s dining:

In addition you’ll be able to tuck into a variety of delicious dishes at any of the seven amazing restaurants in the Village, not to mention specially ordered picnic lunches and wine tastings from some of our most famous Wine Estates. So, whether you’re Kosher, Halaal, Vegetarian, tame, wild, wicked or totally angelic, you’re guaranteed to have the most awesome, memorable and delicious experience at the one and only Forbidden Fruit Music Festival. Don’t you dare miss a bite.

Intriguing indeed.  Tickets cost R290 for the weekend (R350 at the gate), and R170 for kids (under 12 y/o).  Various one-day tickets are also available.  Camping costs R150 for the weekend, R75 for kids under 12.  To find out more, visit

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