Alister Izobell, a definite crowd pleaser, is on the line-up for the Jazzathon. Photo: BERTRAM MALGAS

We’re halfway through what feels like the longest month of the year.

By now, I bet most of you are impatiently waiting for payday so you can live again and get your party mood back.

Ag, moetie worry nie, we’ll help you find a way to enjoy yourself this weekend without spending a fortune.

The Cape Town Jazzathon will celebrate 22 years of unearthing new and upcoming musical talent.

The free festival runs until Sunday at the V&A Waterfront, the original home of the popular festival.

ALWAYS POPULAR: A chockful audience for annual Jazzathon at V&A Waterfront

The programme looks lit this year to prepare for a variety of entertainment.

On the line-up for Friday are Women Unite, Maya Spekton, G-Clef featuring Tiana Amari, Language of Being featuring Terry Bell, Jodi Fredericks, Ami Williams, Yoaris Rodriques Aviles, Vuvu Khumalo and Winston Siljeur Project ending off.

On Saturday, you can catch Yonzey, Latosh, Seth Grey Collective, Kujenga, Unit 5, Keegan Williams, August West, The Little Giants, Alistair Izobell and Top Dog.

On Sunday it is Phakama Arts Forum, Future Prospects, Jaybux, Chadleigh Gowar, Ebrahim Khalil Shihab, Denzil Erasmus, Jason Ward and then Jonathan Rubain and Friends will end off.

All shows run from 1 pm until 8 pm and are free.

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