Stellenbosch Street Soirees: It’s Starting To Feel A Lot Like Summer!

Drostdy Street is the place to be on Wednesday, 27 November as Stellenbosch’s popular street parties make a highly-anticipated return to the winelands’ summer calendar.  

Held every second Wednesday between November and March, the pop-up Stellenbosch Soirees promise wine and food experiences which capture the very best of life in the region: great wine, brilliant company, food, music and a laidback country vibe.     

Proudly presented by Visit Stellenbosch in association with Stellenbosch Wine Routes, each soiree celebrates a different selection of wine cellars, with stalls, food vendors and live music adding to the festivities.

Elmarie Rabe, Manager for the Stellenbosch Wine Routes, says: “Stellenbosch’s midweek Soirees are a highlight on our calendar. Drostdy Street is closed off to traffic, creating a safe and vibrant space for people to enjoy our historic town.” 

“We have a wonderful mix of local wines and delicious food . Surrounding restaurants, galleries and shops throw open their doors, which makes for a magical atmosphere. It’s a great way to spend a balmy summer evening – and probably the best way for visitors to experience the spirit of the winelands.” 

Entry to the event is free, but R150 buys you a tasting glass and 12 wine tasting tokens, which can be used to sample some of Stellenbosch’s finest vintages (additional tokens are on sale on the night). Or buy a bottle to take home or enjoy with your meal when you go for dinner at one of the local restaurants after the soiree.

Make a note of the following Stellenbosch Street Soiree dates for the upcoming season (weather dependent – check the Street Soiree Facebook page – @STBStreetSoirees – for last-minute Soiree news and updates):


2019 Dates: 27 November, 11 December

2020 Dates: 15 January, 29 January, 12 February, 26 February 

Time: 18h00 till 20h00

Where: Drostdy Street, Stellenbosch

Children welcome.


For more information on the Stellenbosch Wine Routes, visit

For more information on Visit Stellenbosch, visit 


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