Silverstar Casino, the West Rand’s favourite entertainment destination is pulling out all the stops this weekend. Not one or two but FIVE funtastic reasons to get there, or suffer the fomo consequences!
The open parking area at Silverstar will be transformed into a typical Bavarian town square, complete with a traditional Oompah band, mouth-watering Bavarian delicacies such as eisbein and Bratwurst and glühwein. Tickets are R60 per person, children under 12 enter free of charge.
- Amusement Park Rides
Silverstar’s open parking area has also magically transformed into a colourful assortment of amusement park. Ride run from 10h00 to 22h00 and ticket prices vary depending on the rides you choose.
What better way to spend your Sunday than listening to your favourite classic R&B and solid gold tracks at Silverstar’s monthly Sunday Soul Sessions from 12h00 to 22h00. These soothing sessions are hosted by Ernest Pillay and feature Metro FM’s Wilson B Nkosi and Msizi Shembe and Bambo Johnson from Radio 2000. Get your tickets from Computicket at R200 per person – no under 18s.
Nik Rabinowitz, Africa’s funniest Jew, decided to explore Cape Town’s water crisis for his show “Dry White”, which covers the funny sides of love, marriage, infidelity, transphobia, staying woke post forty and when the land should be given back. Show takes place on Saturday, 29 June, at 20h00. Tickets: R140 per person.
And last but not least – Silverstar has dropped selected beer prices on the casino floor (including Castle, Hansa, Windhoek, Amstel, Black Label) to only R20 each.