After the great success of our first edition, The Cape Town Coffee Festival is returning to the Mother City in 2022! Dates will be announced soon.
The Festival will feature live experiences from coffee, food and equipment suppliers. Visitors will enjoy endless free coffee tastings, interactive workshops, demonstrations from world-class baristas, delicious street food, coffee cocktails and so much more.
Want to get in on the fun? tickets will soon be on sale here!
Based on the highly successful programs in London, Amsterdam and New York, this caffeinated event is an unmissable show for all serious coffee lovers and those working in the coffee industry.
The Cape Town Coffee Festival is Cape Town’s flagship coffee event, celebrating Africa's burgeoning coffee scene and its creative lifestyle. With exceptional coffee, as well as food, cocktails, live music and art on offer, it’s an unmissable event for coffee lovers of all levels.
The 2-day event will take place at the Castle of Good Hope, a highly popular and iconic venue that fits perfectly with the creative and boundary-pushing experience that we seek to achieve.
Whether you're a beginner, coffee aficionado, self-confessed coffee geek, or key industry stakeholder, we're curating an immersive programme just for you.
Taste your way through the vibrant Cape Town coffee scene with hundreds of exciting coffees to sample. Boost your coffee knowledge in workshops, be a part of interactive demos and meet the top African coffee companies, artisans and baristas one-to-one. To top it all off, enjoy delicious street food, coffee cocktails and live music.
The Festival boasts an array of experiential features such as Latte Art Live, The Lab, the Coffee Cocktail Bar and a Live Music stage.
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Last but not least, 100% of profits will be donated to charity. This year, we partnered with Project Waterfall and two South African charities supporting local life-changing projects: Woza and Homestead. Find out more about Project Waterfall at projectwaterfall.org, about Woza at wozacoffee.co.za and about Homestead here.