Cornerstone Institute is organising a bus trip to connect with the Arniston Weekender Festival organised by the is staged by the Kaggen Music & Culture Trust in Association with the Cape Agulhas Municipality.

The trip will take place on 4 December 2016.  The bus leaves at 6:30am from Cornerstone’s Salt River campus and travels to Waenhuiskrans in Arniston.  The bus returns on the evening 4 December.

Come and enjoy a spirit of good music, farmers market and comedy. Announced artist for this festival include Chad Saaiman, Amy Jones, Karen Kortje, Durban-born singer Majozi, pop-rock group “The Pedestrians” and many more.Camillo Robert Lombard from TopDog is the music director for the Arniston Weekender.

Tickets for this event (which includes transport and entrance fees) is R250 for adults, R125 for children under 12 and is free for children under 3 years of age.

Bring your own picnic baskets filled with your favourite eats and treats.

For enquiries and bookings contact: johannaf@cornerstone.ac.za/ 021 448 0050.

Time:                   06:30 am

Date:                    4 December 2016

Venue:                Cornerstone Main Campus, 127 CecilRd, Salt River, CPT

Price:                   R250 adult / R125 children