Thursday Markets in Cape Town:
Markets aren’t just for the weekend. Here is your list of food, craft and entertainment markets held in Cape Town and the Western Cape on Thursdays.
View featured markets below or skip to the A-Z of all Thursday Markets.
Thursday markets – A-Z:
- Cape Point Vineyards Market (Noordhoek)
Weekly outdoor food market at Cape Point Vineyards in Noordhoek. Thursdays 4.30pm-8.30pm.
- City Bowl Market on Hope (Gardens)
Weekly food market in Gardens. Held on Thursday evenings (4.30pm-8.30pm). 14 Hope Street, Gardens.
- Earth Fair Food Market (Tokai & St George’s Mall)
The Earth Fair Market is a weekly food market held on Saturdays (9am-2pm) and Wednesdays (3pm-8.30pm) in Tokai and Thursdays (11am-3pm) at upper St George’s Mall in the city bowl.
- Hout Bay Organic Market (Hout Bay)
Small organic food market held in Hout Bay. Thursdays 9am-1pm.
- Pocket Money Market
The Pocket Money Market is a space for young entrepreneurs to learn business skills by making and selling their own products or services. The market has spaces at existing markets as well as their own events. Various locations, various dates and times.
- The Mojo Market (Sea Point)
The Mojo Market is a contemporary, indoor food and lifestyle market situated in the heart of Sea Point. The market is a hybrid and eclectic mix of 20 designer retail stalls, a weekend market and 35 food vendors. Open 7 days a week, from 8am-11pm daily.
- V&A Food Market (V&A Waterfront)
Daily food market at the V&A Waterfront. Open 7 days a week (rain or shine). Old Power Station, Building 19, Dock Road, Pier Head, V&A Waterfront.
(Note: Times and dates are subject to change. Cape Markets relies on market organisers for this information and cannot guarantee its accuracy. Always check with market organisers if in any doubt.)
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