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CAPE TOWN INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION CENTRE

Celebrate 21 years of jazz with musical legends at Africa’s Grandest Gathering!

The dates have been set for Africa’s greatest jazz event – Cape Town International Jazz Festival (CTIJF)– and we promise music-lovers a star-studded line up featuring top international and local artists.

Our award-winning festival, which will be celebrating 21 yearsof bringing jazz excellence to Cape Town, has become the Mother City’s most well-loved music spectacular.

We bring you multiple stages with over 40 artists performing over two nights.

To a full house of over 34 000 music lovers.

To a full house of over 34 000 music lovers.

You are invited to join us for an unforgettable experience on 27 and 28 March 2020 at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC).

The following artists will be among the celebrated names to take to the stage at the 2020 Cape Town International Jazz Festival.

Abdullah Ibrahim

AusTebza

Femi Koya

Gabi Motuba

AusTebza

Lady Zamar

Lira

Mandisi Dyantyis

MF Robots

Ndlovu Youth Choir

Last year alone, the Festival brought 328 musiciansto the stage of South Africa’s finest jazz festival, and over the last two decades, 2649 of the greatest names in jazz and jazz-related music have been added to the line-up.

These masters of jazz have performed for 34 000 Festinos annually.
But it is not just Festinos who have benefited from the musical legends behind the world-class performances:

364 children

from various orphanages have experienced the legacy of jazz through the CTIJF’s Gigs for Kids.

2451 Learners

have participated in the Music and Careers workshops over the last 13 years.

4000 Students

have attended the CTIJF Master Classes since 2006.

162 000 People

who have completed the CTIJF Training and Development programme since 2006.

R700 Million:

The economic impact of the CTIJF in 2019.

12 279 People

have attended the Free Community Concert, held on Greenmarket Square, over the last 13 years. The concert will take place on Wednesday 25 March 2020.

37 424:

The number of direct and indirect jobs created by CTIJF since 1999.

33 860:

The number of Festinos who attended
the 2019 CTIJF.

R4.4 Billion:

The amount CTIJF has contributed to the Western Cape’s economy from 2007 to 2019.

In celebration. of our 21st even, tickets for the 2020 CTIJF will be offered at a to festival goers at R290 less for a weekend pass than in 2019.

Tickets are available at Computicket at R649 for a Day pass, or R999 for a 2-day Weekend Pass.

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