Owner of the Galaxy nightclub Kanty Patel. Photo: Ayanda Ndamane/African News Agency/ANA

Jinne, this past week has been filled with festive gees as almal heads off to end-of-year staff parties, matric balls and class parties to say goodbye to 2018.

Why not let that festive cheer continue into this weekend with a lekker jol, all going down at Cape Town’s most famous nightclub, the Galaxy.

The Gala, as we know it, turns 40 years old this weekend and is having a massive bash. Unfortunately, the Friday event is already sold out, but moetie worry nie, the Saturday line-up looks just as lekker.

Join the rest of Cape Town to party like old times as the Galaxy and West End reopen doors after a makeover.

Each section will have its own line-up, so it’s double the fun.

WYS DAAI MOVES: Clubbers are going to have a lekker jol at Galaxy this weekend. Photo: PHANDO JIKELO/INLSA

At West End, jazz diva Karin Kortje will entertain you, along with Sammy Webber, Vernon Castle, Ian Smith, Celeste Williams and a special appearance by Galaxy’s very first DJ, Brian Bohorn accompanied by DJ Keith.

On the Galaxy stage, you can skut jou lyf to the beats of Dr Jules, DJs Willy, Nivan Bell, Ryan the DJ, and PE rap sensation Early B.

Doors open at 8 pm and tickets are R70 from Computicket.

ORIGINAL: DJ Brian Bohorn will feature on the decks. Photo: SUPPLIED

On Sunday, the first concert in the Jazz at Rhodes Sundowner series happens at Rhodes Memorial, featuring local favourites Claire Phillips and SignatureSA with vocalist Craig Jordaan.

Arrive early for a quick late lunch at the Rhodes Restaurant before the concert starts at 4 pm. Relax in the tranquillity of nature blended with good music.

Tickets cost R80 each, while couples pay R150.

Students with a student card pay R50 and kids under 12 enter for free. For tickets and more info email [email protected]

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