Cape Town Music Guide – 9Sep

iPotsoyi Festival

Known as one of the biggest urban festivals in the country, iPotsoyi returns to the outskirts of the city for it’s 2nd Annual Spring edition. The line up includes Kwesta, Nasty C and DJ Bongz. Guests are encouraged to bring camping chairs, blankets and cooler boxes.

11 September @ 11am – 10pm

R150 – R350

Ostrich Ranch, Old Malmesbury Road, Cape Town, info@ipotsoyi.co.za

 

Music Exchange

South Africa’s premier entertainment economy indaba returns for the sixth year, with local and international speakers and performers. Marketers and musicians share and engage in lectures, collaborative breakout sessions covering every aspect of the African and global entertainment economy from the importance of arts and culture, to international trends, working in Africa, marketing, multi-media distribution mechanisms, and rights protection and how to be seen and heard in a local and global market.

8 – 9 September

R200 – R250

Market Hall, Grandwest, Jakes Gerwel Drive, Goodwood

Tel: 0861 9158000

 

Society Fridays

Society Friday’s is all things music. From the best deep house bass lines to some rolling techno, we play it all. If commercial music doesn’t tickle your fancy then Friday nights at Tiger are for you! With guest DJ’s weekly from all over. SA and occasionally the coolest internationals. 

Every Friday @ 9pm

Tiger Tiger, 103 Main Road, Claremont

 

Tiger Tiger Saturdays

Tiger Saturday’s are all about friends, drinks and making memories. Our resident has all the best hits from old school to current to make sure it’s a fun vibe for everyone.

Every Saturday

Tiger Tiger, 103 Main Road, Claremont