First Cape Town Coffee Festival

2019-05-14 06:00
The first Cape Town Coffee Festival is set to take place in June.

The first Cape Town Coffee Festival is set to take place in June.

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The Castle of Good Hope will host the city’s first coffee festival in June.

The Cape Town Coffee Festival, which will be held on the first weekend of June, is the landmark coffee event that has taken over London and New York.

Apart from the exceptional coffee, this family-friendly event will also feature local food, cocktails and live music.

Over 65 innovative exhibitors will be included in this inaugural event.

Attendees can expect to taste their way through the vibrant Cape Town scene with hundreds of different coffees to sample for free. Boost your coffee knowledge in workshops, be a part of interactive demos and meet the top African companies, artisans and baristas, one-to-one.

And to top it all off, enjoy delicious street food, coffee cocktails and live music.

The two-day festival, which will be split into morning and afternoon sessions to help manage the foot traffic flow, will boast some of the most popular features seen at previous international events with an added African experience.

The line-up will include Latte Art Live, The Small Business Lab, The African Coffee Experience, The Coffee Cocktail Bar, a live music stage and a coffee art gallery, among others.

Not only will the event be offering delicious street food, coffee cocktails and live music, but all profits will be donated to Project Waterfall, partnering with South African charities supporting local life-changing projects such as the Woza Coffee School, a charitable trust that trains the youth in the country’s townships to become baristas while also connecting them to their first job.

Tickets for The Cape Town Coffee Festival on Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 June are available on www.capetown-coffeefestival.com/tickets.V For more information visit www.capetown-coffeefestival.com.

The Castle of Good Hope will host the city’s first coffee festival in June.

The Cape Town Coffee Festival, which will be held on the first weekend of June, is the landmark coffee event that has taken over London and New York.

Apart from the exceptional coffee, this family-friendly event will also feature local food, cocktails and live music.

Over 65 innovative exhibitors will be included in this inaugural event.

Attendees can expect to taste their way through the vibrant Cape Town scene with hundreds of different coffees to sample for free. Boost your coffee knowledge in workshops, be a part of interactive demos and meet the top African companies, artisans and baristas, one-to-one.

And to top it all off, enjoy delicious street food, coffee cocktails and live music.

The two-day festival, which will be split into morning and afternoon sessions to help manage the foot traffic flow, will boast some of the most popular features seen at previous international events with an added African experience.

The line-up will include Latte Art Live, The Small Business Lab, The African Coffee Experience, The Coffee Cocktail Bar, a live music stage and a coffee art gallery, among others.

Not only will the event be offering delicious street food, coffee cocktails and live music, but all profits will be donated to Project Waterfall, partnering with South African charities supporting local life-changing projects such as the Woza Coffee School, a charitable trust that trains the youth in the country’s townships to become baristas while also connecting them to their first job.

Tickets for The Cape Town Coffee Festival on Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 June are available on www.capetown-coffeefestival.com/tickets.V For more information visit www.capetown-coffeefestival.com.

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