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Day One: Cape Town Jazz Fest

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J Somnething, lead singer of the multi-award nominated group Micasa  and trumpeter Mo-T belts it out during the group's performance at the Cape Town Jazz Festival at the Cape Town International Convention Centre. Picture: Ian LandsbergMulti-award nominated group Micasa'S trumpeter Mo-T belts it out during the group's performance at the Cape Town Jazz Festival at the Cape Town International Convention Centre. Picture: Ian Landsberg.Dr Philip Tabane during his performance at Rosies at the Cape Town Jazz Festival on Friday night at the Cape Town International Convention Center. Picture Ian LandsbergCrowds enjoy Kirk Whalum at the Kippies stage venue at Cape Town Jazz Festival last night at the Cape Town International Convention Center. Picture Ian LandsbergMusic lovers watch Jimmy Nevis at the popular Basil "Manenberg" Coetzee venue at Cape Town Jazz Festival last night at the Cape Town International Convention Center. Picture Ian LandsbergGuitarists Alan Wormald and bassist George Anderson of the English jazz-funk band Shakatak belt it out during the groups performance at the Cape Town Jazz Festival last night at the Cape Town International Convention Center. Picture Ian Landsberg

It’s jazz weekend in the Mother City, with almost 37 000 people set to enjoy the Cape Town International Jazz Festival.

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