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This Valentine’s weekend, we’ve got something special planned for those who love the feel of sand between their toes and moonlight on their faces…On Saturday the 13th of February, Discovery Moonstruck with CapeTalk is back and will transform the breathtaking Clifton 4th Beach into a moonlit dance floor once again!Pack a picnic basket, bring family and friends and join us from 6 to 9pm for an evening of fantastic live music under the stars!Sea Rescue volunteers from Bakoven will be selling glow sticks and NSRI memorabilia as usual so bring cash or use SnapScan to support Sea Rescue.Please do not bring any alcohol to the beach. Bags will be checked before you go down. If you are planning to take your boat and watch from the sea ... please stay 150 metres off the beach and make sure that the vessel is securely anchored.Moonstruck.
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