Announcing the official WordCamp Cape Town 2013 after party!

Once the conference is over and we’re all filled to the brim with inspiration for building the next big thing with WordPress, we need somewhere to relax, let loose and have some fun together. That’s where the after party comes in…

blakes1This year, the WordCamp Cape Town after party is going to be held at Blake’s Bar in Buitengracht Street. We have the top two floors of the venue to ourselves – couple that with fantastic cocktails, local craft beer on tap and some incredible canapés, and you have the recipe for an after party that you will be talking about for years to come.

The after party will begin at 18:00 – half an hour after we close up WordCamp – so you can head straight there after hearing the final talk from Dave Perel.

blakes2All you need to gain entrance to the after party is your WordCamp name badge – show that at the door and you’ll receive your welcome drink and be let right in.

Blake’s Bar is located at 189 Buitengracht Street, Cape Town and is a mere 7 minute drive from the stadium. Parking for 75 cars is available next door to Blake’s in front of the Afrogem building. Plenty of spaces are also available on New Church Street, Carisbrook Street and in the car park opposite the building. Car guards are in attendance in all parking areas. Click here for directions from the Cape Town Stadium to Blake’s Bar.

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About Hugh Lashbrooke

I’ve been kicking around in WordPress for a good few years now and I absolutely love working with it. At Automattic I work on the WordPress community team where I assist and support WordPress community organisers from all over the world. I’m totally passionate about WordPress, the community and all that it represents.

5 thoughts on “Announcing the official WordCamp Cape Town 2013 after party!

    1. Matty Cohen

      Hey Gavin,
      I’d recommend giving Uber a go, if you need a taxi. Used them quite a bit in Phoenix on a recent trip there, to Pressnomics, and thoroughly enjoyed the journeys. 🙂

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