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Cape Town International Jazz Festival


Cape Town International Jazz Festival © André-Pierre du Plessis

Ranked as one of the best jazz festivals around the world, the Cape Town International Jazz Festival is a must for jazz fanatics visiting the city. The Mother City comes alive for two days in March to the captivating beat of swinging jazz music from around the world.

Hosting about 40 international and African stars, the CTIJF is an awe inspiring musical jam of jazz and its popular music relatives like soul, funk, kwaito, blues, and more. The Cape Town International Jazz Festival is one dynamic music event not to be missed, hosting the likes of Cesaria Evora, Herbie Hancock, Youssou N'dour, India Arie, Randy Crawford, George Duke, Al Di Meola, Archie Shepp, Erykah Badu, Andreas Vollenweider, and Angie Stone.

Even those who don't consider themselves jazz lovers will find the big live performances accessible and exciting. There are also workshops and classes to attend during the festival, revolving naturally around jazz music but also a number of interesting artistic subjects, like photography and music journalism. To see a programme for the festival and to book tickets, check out the official website listed below.

Venue: Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC)

Date: 29 - 30 March 2019

Website: www.capetownjazzfest.com

 

Cape Town International Jazz Festival


Cape Town International Jazz Festival © André-Pierre du Plessis

Ranked as one of the best jazz festivals around the world, the Cape Town International Jazz Festival is a must for jazz fanatics visiting the city. The Mother City comes alive for two days in March to the captivating beat of swinging jazz music from around the world.

Hosting about 40 international and African stars, the CTIJF is an awe inspiring musical jam of jazz and its popular music relatives like soul, funk, kwaito, blues, and more. The Cape Town International Jazz Festival is one dynamic music event not to be missed, hosting the likes of Cesaria Evora, Herbie Hancock, Youssou N'dour, India Arie, Randy Crawford, George Duke, Al Di Meola, Archie Shepp, Erykah Badu, Andreas Vollenweider, and Angie Stone.

Even those who don't consider themselves jazz lovers will find the big live performances accessible and exciting. There are also workshops and classes to attend during the festival, revolving naturally around jazz music but also a number of interesting artistic subjects, like photography and music journalism. To see a programme for the festival and to book tickets, check out the official website listed below.

Venue: Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC)

Date: 29 - 30 March 2019

Website: www.capetownjazzfest.com