The popular Cape Town Summer Market at the Company’s Garden is back!

The ever-popular Cape Town Summer Market is back at the Company’s Garden after a two-year hiatus, and this year’s market promises to be bigger and better than before. Also read: Shop for Christmas stocking fillers at these festive gift fairs The Summer Market has been around for over 20 years and encompasses all that is uniquely Cape Town. With over... Read more → The post The popular Cape Town Summer Market at the Company’s Garden is back! appeared first on CapeTown ETC.

The popular Cape Town Summer Market at the Company’s Garden is back!

The ever-popular Cape Town Summer Market is back at the Company’s Garden after a two-year hiatus, and this year’s market promises to be bigger and better than before.


Also read: Shop for Christmas stocking fillers at these festive gift fairs


The Summer Market has been around for over 20 years and encompasses all that is uniquely Cape Town. With over 150 stalls selling a range of crafts, foods, novelties and clothing, there’s something for everyone, with lots of fun activities for the whole family to enjoy.

Included in the festivities are:

  • The FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Final on 18 December will be broadcast on big screens
  • Live performances from some of Cape Town’s top musicians
  • A kids’ play area
  • A car show

Picture: Cape Town Summer Market / City of Cape Town

The City’s Mayoral Committee Member for Economic Growth, Alderman Vos, said, “This year we’re going all out with the Cape Town Summer Market because, when people buy from local businesses and traders, more rands end up circulating within communities.”

  • Location: The Company’s Garden, Cape Town
  • Date: 16 December to 20 December – 4pm to 10pm
  • Fee: Free Entrance

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12 Cape Town businesses to support this festive season

Picture: City of Cape Town / Facebook

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