Free workshops, valuable knowledge

This year, the 18th edition of the Cape Town International Jazz Festival hosted amazing free workshops designed to upskill young entrepreneurs, musicians and learners regarding music, fashion and life in general.

The workshops which are free to the public and only require you to RSVP online to secure your seat are a wow! Imagine having panellists like Shado Twala share their secrets with you and for free? Imagine being taken into the world of music by actual musicians who get paid to do what they love for free? Imagine learning about the latest fashion trends for free? This is literally what happened during the last week of March for the workshops.

This year, the workshops were presented at the beautiful Cape Sun Hotel and the different workshops were music business, music technology, master classes and my favourite, the fashion workshop.

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If you were not there, you definitely missed out, this legit was an opportunity of a lifetime and I had the best time with my squad!

We hope to see you there next year. Be a part of #AfricasGrandestGathering





Syd, Michael and the gang came all the way to Cape Town for the Cape Town International Jazz Festival and die hard indie hip hop/neo-soul RnB fans lost. their. minds. Myself included!

Imagine my excitement when I found out that I get to see and interact with them, live! In real time! No computer screen between us! Guys, I could not deal.

The band, famous for hits like “Special Affair” and “Dontcha” recently released their second album, Ego Death and I’ve died 1000 times listening to it (well not literally because here I am, writing this post LOL).

The way I am still fan girling. Thank you Jazz Fest, meeting my faves was kumnandi!


Here, you can see The Internet live at the CTIJFTnD master classes… and also be jealous about how close I was to them wow!