Cape Town Met

The Western Cape’s flagship horseracing event, the Cape Town Met, will take place on Saturday at Kenilworth racecourse. Photo: Chase Liebenberg

Top entertainment and glamour returns to the Cape Town Met in 2022

The 2022 Cape Town Met presented by World Sports Betting springs into full bloom on Saturday, 29 January with a foliage of fabulosity.

Cape Town Met

The Western Cape’s flagship horseracing event, the Cape Town Met, will take place on Saturday at Kenilworth racecourse. Photo: Chase Liebenberg

The 2022 Cape Town Met presented by World Sports Betting springs into full bloom on Saturday, 29 January with a foliage of fabulosity.

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After a 2021 event with no access to the public, the 2022 Cape Town Met returns to its roots and promises something for all.

Glam Garden is the official theme of one of the Mother City’s most celebrated and prestigious social events.

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Set against the backdrop of Kenilworth racecourse’s rolling lawns, the 2022 Cape Town Met welcomes patrons to a celebration of sophisticated hospitality and elegance, a nirvana of high-end fashion, affluent personalities and influencers.

The all-day main event features 10 races ridden by Mzansi’s finest jockeys on the country’s top horses, as well as live performances from top local artists.

Raise your glass to the victors and embrace the opulent energy as the sun sets over the summer sky, before being whisked away into an unforgettable rapture of after-parties and incredible music sets from world class DJs.

Zakes Bantwini, who dropped his new album Ghetto King last month, will headline the entertainment, while GoodLuck will get the party going.

DJs Dean Fuel and Desiree will keep the dance floor pumping.

The 2022 Cape Town Met will adhere to strict Covid-19 protocols. Spectators without an ID and valid vaccination card will not be granted access to the grounds.

Cape Town Met tickets are on sale now

Tickets are available for purchase on Webtickets or in any Pick n Pay store nationwide.

Admission options start at R40 per person, with general admission including grandstand access costing R100 per person.

Access to exclusive areas with hospitality starts at R1 000 for two people.