The 17th Cape Town International Jazz Festival will dazzle fans

We bring a unique audience into town. they take over Cape Town for two days

Billy Domingo, Director Cape Town International Jazz festival

This coming week heralds the start of the much anticipated 17th Cape Town International Jazz Festival. Festival Director Billy Domingo says they are so proud of the event and all the headline acts that will be on show.

It will take over the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) once again from Friday, 1 to Saturday, 2 April

The festival will feature more than 40 local and international artists performing on five stages both newcomers and established headliners like Grammy-nominated American songwriter Angie Stone, Grammy-nominated duo Amadou & Mariam from Mali.

But, he says, it has been sold out for quite a while.

Listen to what the Festival holds this year and get in early next year to make sure you have tickets.


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