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CTEMF Moves To The First Week Of April

Established in 2012 as a platform for South Africaʼs burgeoning electronic music culture, the Cape Town Electronic Music Festival #CTEMF has gained international recognition for being one of the most relevant and forward-thinking events on Africaʼs music festival calendars.

International pioneers and innovators share the stage with the bright lights of the South African scene, while the inner workings of this rapidly growing industry are unpacked and explored through a prestigious workshop program.

The festival takes place over a busy 6 day period in central Cape Town, and offers attendees the most diverse program of electronic music available in the Mother City. We believe the CTEMF crowd is one of the best in the world, and there are few other festivals that boast such diverse audiences alongside an unparalleled dancefloor vibe.

CTEMF will no longer be held in the first week of February, instead the 7th edition of CTEMF will be held over the first week in April 2018.

In addition to the festival’s new dates, CTEMF also announced plans to expand their satellite events to Durban for the very first time with CTEMF events taking place in Durban and Johannesburg on the 6th and 7th April 2018 respectively.

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As always CTEMF will host a three-day series of free workshops and showcases where industry luminaries from around the world cross paths with South Africa’s established and up-and-coming talents to share stories, skills and insights. The expansive 3-day workshop programme will take place at various locations around Cape Town from 3rd – 5th April 2018.

CTEMF 2018 Dates

CTEMF 2018 Festival – 6th – 8th April 2018
CTEMF 2018 Workshops – 3rd – 5th April 2018
CTEMF 2018 Durban Satellite Event – 6th April 2018
CTEMF 2018 Johannesburg Satellite Event – 7th April 2018

Stay tuned for CTEMF 2018 artist and venue announcements 

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