As the dust settles after a manic summer season down here in Cape Town, we are ready to reveal some very exciting news as well as unmissable flash sales on tickets for the 2016 edition of CTEMF. Keep a close eye on our website and social media pages this week as there are important announcements everyday up until Friday, and if you are quick on the click you’ll save yourself some much needed pre-payday pennies for the big weekend, which is less than a month away! Here’s what to expect this week:
On Tuesday 12 January we will be revealing the full line-up in all its glory. As you have already seen we have a cast of local and international legends and future stars representing countries from all corners of the earth, as well as record labels the likes of Warp, Metalhedz and Underground Resistance. There are still some surprises up our sleeves to be revealed from both at home and abroad, but this is not the only reason to keep your mouse locked on CTEMF tomorrow. For one day only we will be releasing a FULL WEEKEND PASS for the reduced rate of R600. This is a R100 saving on online ticket sales and cuts off R150 if you were to get your tickets at the door. This sale runs on Tuesday only.
On Wednesday 13 January we unleash a detailed breakdown of the weekend so you can plan your calendar accordingly. The full Friday line-up will be announced in timetable format so you can start strategising your time in City Hall for maximum audio effect. We have three dance floors at the Cape Town monument this year, so it’s a good idea to begin wrapping your head around where you want to be and when. Today is the day you can also save if you are swift by getting a one day pass for Friday R250, a price that goes up to R300 online and R350 at the door.
On Thursday 14 January we release the full timetable for the now legendary Saturdays at CTEMF. In keeping with tradition we have put together a line-up that will shake the very foundations of City Hall; bass heavy and ballsy with some of the biggest names in bass music from around the world. This is a busy day, so getting your head around the timetable will make you able! Purchasing a one day pass for Saturday today will also save you R50 online and R100 at the door.
On Friday 15 January the full Sunday timetable will be revealed. Sundays are the day of rest for most, but if you’ve been to a CTEMF before you’ll know that on these Sundays we are sent to bed by the likes of G-Force, Dixon and Octave One. The last hours of this festival always seem to be some of the most special, and when you see how we are rounding off the weekend you will find out why. If you’ve had a busy weekend and can only make Sunday, make sure you get your one day Sunday pass today for R250.