CAPE MARKET GUIDE

Welcome to Cape Markets, the definitive guide to markets and fairs in Cape Town and the Western Cape! Markets abound in the Cape.  Whether it’s holistic therapies, hand-made crafts or gourmet treats you’re looking for, there’s a market that provides it.

MARKET NEWS

Market news from Cape Town and the Western Cape.

Market at the Barn (Durbanville)

Market at the Barn (Durbanville)

Market at the Barn is now open again, with strict COVID-19 regulations in place. Weekly market held on a farm just outside Durbanville. Weekly on Saturdays & Sundays from 10am-3pm.

Earth Fair Market reopens for Saturday shopping

Earth Fair Market reopens for Saturday shopping

Great news for fans of the Earth Fair Food and Shopping Market in Tokai: starting this weekend (Sat 30 May 2020) they'll be open again on Saturdays (9am-2pm) for essentials shopping! This means that you will be able to purchase grocery items to take home, including...

Christmas Markets Selections – 15 Markets

Christmas Markets Selections – 15 Markets

Christmas Markets Selections Closing date: 30 May 2020 Traders are invited to apply display their products at one or more of 15 markets represented by this collective.  Also photo's of their products and prices.  Each Craft Market will be doing their own screening -...

Craft X-Po Bellville – 2020 event CANCELLED

Craft X-Po Bellville – 2020 event CANCELLED

Are you a crafter looking to join one or more of the fantastic gift markets held in Cape Town each year? The Craft X-Po Bellville Market is taking applications online this year – closing date to apply is 30 June 2020.

Cape Gift Market – Selection Day 2020

Cape Gift Market – Selection Day 2020

Cape Gift Market 2020 - Trader Applications The Cape Gift Market is a festive season gift market held annually in October/November in Sea Point. Established in 2002, the market offers visitors a wide variety of beautiful products from 165+ crafters from around South...

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENT - COVID-19:

As the impact of the CoronaVirus continues to be felt in South Africa, markets have had to CLOSE, for now, in the interests of public safety. There may be exceptions to this, as markets find ways to re-open in a safe manner, or to go online.  We will post this information on our website as we hear of it, and will share the news on our Instagram feed and on Facebook. We are also working to update the details provided in our Market Guide and Calendar to match that as quickly as possible.
Together, we can #flattenthecurve.

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