- 10% discount on festival ticket price for everyone booking through Eatsplorer!!!
- Festival food and drink included in the ticket price – a festival world first.
- A well-planned communal experience in nature, with imaginative installations and spotless bathrooms.
- 6 chefs | 3 winemakers | 35 musicians | 18 djs | 17 designers | 5 artists | 6 stages | 10 bars | 1 concept store (how amazing is that?!)
- Additional foodie experiences: Chef’s Table by Arno Janse Van Rensburg, and an all-star female line-up Paired Food and Wine Tasting by 3 chef-restaurateurs and 3 winemakers. Both are ‘add-on’ experiences that carry an additional charge because of the production costs. Everyone booking through Eatsplorer also gets 10% discount on these tickets!
Saturday 10h00 – Sunday 12h00
17 -18 February 2018, Wiesenhof farm
Special 10% discount for everyone booking through Eatsplorer!! Send us a booking request below to claim your special discount. You will be provided with a discount code that you can use to make your booking! Group bookings also qualify for a bulk booking discount please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Littlegig festival is a showcase of musicians, DJ’s, chefs, winemakers, artists, designers and performers. It’s for tastemakers, creatives and thought leaders who are time-poor and want to stay inspired. It’s time to scratch beneath the surface and to move from your busy, efficient lives to a space of expansiveness, creativity and connection. Littlegig is a 24H escape where you can connect through self-expression, fashion, dress-up and mutual admiration.
“The Chef’s Table is Littlegig’s best-kept secret. It’s like a jewel in the forest – civilised, private, re-energising, and always with really interesting company.” Georgia Black, festival founder
Georgia Black created Littlegig as a series of concerts in 2013. Based on their success and wanting to deliver a deeper experience, she started the 24-hour festival in 2015. Littlegig 2018 is the festival’s 3rd edition, with former Elle DECO magazine editor Bielle Bellingham on board as the festival’s creative lead. Littlegig has quickly became known as a foodie festival and so, responding to this, in 2017 they expanded the food offering to include a Chef’s Table dinner by a leading chef. In 2018 they will also add a Chef and Winemaker’s Tasting. Both are ‘add-on’ experiences that carry an additional charge because of the production costs.
Paired Food & Wine Tasting
All-star female lineup of 3 chef-restaurateurs and 3 winemakers. A 30-minute walk-through experience of 6 tasting dishes and 6 wines. Arrive anytime between 1 and 4pm. Pre-bookings only. R150 per head.
Ask Heeger (Ash) x Nadia Newton Johnson (Newton Johnson Wines)
Smoked venison loin & liquorice with fired porcini & berry braised red cabbage | Newton Johnson Walker Bay Pinot Noir 2015
Ash baked sweet potato with nut dukkah, homemade buffalo feta, honey glazed pear & crispy ginger | Newton Johnson Southend Chardonnay 2016
Jenny Ward (Chefs) x Nadia Barnard (Waterkloof)
Creamy yellowtail tartare with green apple salsa verde & green chili oil with crispy fried boquerone, served with wood fired lemon thyme flatbreads | Waterkloof Circumstance Sauvignon Blanc 2016
Poached white peach & raspberry with basil, vanilla & buttermilk layered pannacotta with wood fired almond meringue lollypop | Waterkloof Circumstance Cape Coral Mourvedré Rose 2017
Vanie Padayachee (Marigold) x Jocelyn Hogan-Wilson (Hogan Wines)
Creamy butter chicken samosa with light celery seed pastry, yoghurt, chili, ginger, kashmiri spice & chaat masala cooked in the tandoor oven | Hogan Chenin Blanc 2016
Papdi chaat aloo served with chickpea curry, coriander, tamarind chutney and mint & coriander yoghurt | Hogan Divergent 2016
Chef’s Table Dinner
Top-10 headline Chef Arno Janse Van Rensburg (Janse & co.) will host a 6-course Chef’s Table dinner for 50 guests in the forest at an additional cost of R750 per head. 8pm. Pre-bookings only. CHEF’S TABLE TICKETS ON SALE 13 OCTOBER 2017.
The Chef’s Table is Littlegig’s best-kept secret. It’s like a jewel in the forest – civilised, private, re-energising, and always with really interesting company. It’s like a grown-up’s escape, bookended by hedonism.