KAMERS/Makers Cape Town


Sadly, following the national directive on public events, we have had to take the KAMERS/Makers Cape Town show, planned for 26 – 29 March, online.

All pre-bought online tickets have been refunded – this process takes time so please bear with us.

These are challenging times, but South Africans are made of strong stuff and we will get through this.

Our Maker community will be hard hit by this loss of a much-needed trading platform. To them, we pledge our support and every effort to find creative and innovative solutions.

To our many loyal KM shoppers… online is where it’s at, for the foreseeable future! We have moved our show onto the newly revamped KAMERS Online Marketplace, with dozens of new Makers bringing 1000s of new products, amazing specials and exciting giveaways from 26-29 March. Shopping online will provide invaluable cash-flow for these small artisan businesses.

KAMERS/Makers Cape Town online? See for yourself!


SA’s favourite up-market kicks off 2020 in the heart of Cape Town, in the buzz and bustle of Kloof Street.
More than 120 Makers will pack into Jan Van Riebeeck High School from 26-29 March, with dozens of brand new artisans once again offering you ‘the coolest stuff you’ve never seen!’

Don’t miss KAMERS/Makers Cape Town!

And if you just can’t wait till March 26th… shop online at shop.kamersvol.com.

Event Details

26 – 29 March 2019
Jan van Riebeeck High School
Kloof Street
Cape Town
9:00 – 17:00


Tickets include a limited edition KAMERS/Makers shopper bag, Consol water bottle and magazine.

R70 at www.plankton.mobi
R100 at the entrance
R130 multi-entry ticket
Group tickets: Buy 3, get 1 free. R210 at www.plankton.mobi, R300 at the entrance
R70 for students and pensioners
Free entry for under 18’s (not including shopper bag and magazine)


For your safety and convenience, KAMERS/Makers events are a completely cashless environment, in partnership with Plankton.mobi. Any credit or debit cards accepted. No cash cards available.


The venue spans various spaces and levels. Unfortunately it is not all easily accessible to wheelchairs, but as always, we give free entry to visitors in wheelchairs. Moms with babies are advised to bring carriers, not prams. For guests who have trouble walking we advise to allow sufficient time to see and experience everything.

Getting There

129 Kloof Street, Gardens, Cape Town


Limited street parking is available. Parking is provided for the elderly & disabled.
Please make use of Uber or MyCiTi Bus service (stop at Cape Town Welgemeend 1).
Drop-off zone available at the venue for Uber and lifts.


More than 120 unique creatives and foodies, handpicked for their exceptional craftsmanship, out of over 600 applicants, to make your KAMERS/Makers experience unforgettable.