A steller local and international line-up for the 20th Cape Town International Jazz Festival and although there are a few more spots to be filled in the programme, what was reveled so far promises a weekend among legends.

The festival will take place on 29 & 30 March 2019 at the Cape Town International Convention Centre.

CTIJF 2019 Second Artist Announcement:

South African jazz legend Don Laka (SA); chart-topping vocalist Craig Lucas (SA); seven-piece indigenous band known for their outstanding live performancesBCUC (SA); local jazz master and saxophonist Don Vino (SA); rapper Sho Madjozi (SA) who infuses her rhymes with Gqom beats; creative phenomenon and vocalist Ntsika (SA); and two-time Grammy award winners Soweto Gospel Choir (SA).

In August, for its first festival artist reveal, several female-led singers were named in honour of Women’s Month.

Previously announced artists include ten-time Grammy Award winner, Queen of Funk Chaka Khan (USA); award-winning jazz pianist Eliane Elias (Brazil); multi-instrumentalist, neo-soul group Moonchild (USA); South Africa’s first all-female big band, The Lady Day Big Band (SA); and local sensation, singer/ songwriterShekhinah (SA).

Ticket sales for CTIJF 2019 are now open at Computicket. Loyal festival goers are in for a treat, as a limited number of Early Bird Weekend Pass tickets are available at R 999. Although these Early Bird tickets are already 75% sold out, festinos who act fast can still take advantage of this 20th Celebration special. Thereafter, CTIJF 2019 Weekend Passes will remain the same price as last year:

–                Weekend Pass:              R1290

–                Day Pass:                         R 850

Official sponsors of the 20th annual Cape Town International Jazz Festival are the Department of Arts and Culture, Independent Media, AYO Technology Solutions and host city, the City of Cape Town.


CTIJF 2019 Premier Hospitality packages are on sale now


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