Cape Town - What's On When?
January - The J&B Met
One of the country's biggest racing events with added fashion and entertainment down at Kenilworth Racecourse, and around 50000 attendees.
February - Infecting The City
A street arts festival around the public spaces of the city that is based on a new theme each year, with various creative performers drawing crowds.
March - Cape Town International Jazz Festival
33,500 people typically visit this two day music festival with five stages and over 40 artists at the CTICC, playing and listening to a range of black music.
April - Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon
Dubbed as the most beautiful marathon in the world, with fun runs for kids and adults, half and full marathons and various scenic routes.
May - Good Food & Wine Show
The best of South African cuisine and wine at the CTICC, with exhibitions, demonstrations, and workshops from prominent chefs and cocktail mixologists.
June - Vodacom Funny Festival
A comedy showcase with international and local stand-up performers, tickling some funny bones at the Baxter Theatre in Rondebosch, Cape Town.
July - Cape Town Fashion Week
The Cape Town International Convention Centre is the venue for designers to display their collections of forthcoming fashion trends.
August - Baba Indaba
The country's leading exhibition for new baby products with prams, furniture and items for expectant mothers-to-be, plus kids' activities at the CTICC.
September - Oktober Bierfest Cape Town
The Newlands Brewery on Village Green is the site for an authentic Bavarian festival including limited edition beers, German food and Oompah bands.
October - International Oriental Dance Festival
Performances, workshops, a bazaar and even a record breaking dance attempt, all in aid of charity at the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront.
November - Discovery Cape Times Big Walk
30000 people join this annual walk of between 5 to 80km around Cape Town and the Cape Peninsula, raising funds for charityVodacom Funny Festival.
December - Durbanville Beer Fest
The Hillcrest Wine Estate holds this family event with a boat race, fundraising for the NSRI, live rock and blues music, food stalls and plenty of beers.