Love Cape Town CityFest meeting for Youth leaders & Pastors

24 Augustus - 24 Augustus, 2019

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24 Augustus - 24 Augustus, 2019

3:00 nm - 5:00 nm

Mitchell's Plain

West Reach Assembly of God Westreach AOG Church Mitchell's Plain c/o Sonderend & Silversands Road, Portlands. 12 Silversands Avenue, 7785 Cape Town, Western Cape

Kontak Nommer:

082 872 8591

Kontak Persoon:

Anton Myburgh


From the beginning, the plan was to have three festivals in different parts of the city in order to get closer to where the people are, in their own communities. The plan was to have festivals in Mitchell’s Plain, Khayelitsha and the CBD on 2, 9 & 16 November.

Due to a combination of fundraising targets that have not been reached and permit challenges at the CBD & Khayelitsha, the decision was made to reduce the number of festivals from three to one. This event will take place on 16 November at the Westridge Gardens in Mitchell’s Plain.


What an amazing turnout at the youth leaders and youth pastors meeting! Now it’s full steam ahead -making disciples of all the nations!

Let’s meet Cape Town!


All  Youth leaders & Pastors  are invited to sign up for the meeting on Saturday 24 August in preparation for the The Love Cape Town City Fest. The meeting will start at 15:00 till 17:00 latest at Westreach AOG Church, Mitchell’s Plain. c/o Sonderend & Silversands Road, Portlands.


  • Overview of Love Cape Town City Fest – Pastor Anton Myburgh
  • Kids and Teen games – Nkosinathi Sixabaye
  • Action Sports – Chris Van der Merwe
  • Friendship Evangelism training & prayer cards – Pastor David Chigamba
  • Outreach in schools – Preston Jongbloed
  • Volunteers & counselling – Neil Adams
  • Social media – Brandon St Clair

Please register your spot!

Radio Tygerberg 104fm is proud to be a partner of the The Love Cape Town City Fest. It is an Evangelistic event for youth, teenagers and adults and involve various activities such as children games, actions sports (for example; BMX, roller skating, skateboarding & FMX) and music. It aims at bringing a message of hope, unity and love to the city of Cape Town and will attract around 20 000 national and international supporters / participants at all levels (children, youth and adults). There are three festival days planned in three different locations spread over the City of Cape over the period of 2-16 November and each of these festivals will involve all the activities described above.
Come and join the BIGGEST FESTIVAL to hit Cape Town.
  • 2 November – Westridge Gardens, Mitchells Plain
  • 9 November – Mandela Park Stadium, Khayelitsha
  • 16 November – Grand Parade, Cape Town CBD