Fall in love with Cape Town from the Table Mountain Cable Car alongside artist Jeremy Loops

The acclaimed South African singer/songwriter took a ride on the Table Mountain Aerial Cableway to shoot an exclusive new video for his hit song, "Down South." Join him for this music-filled virtual tour as you discover the beauty of the Mother City all over again.

Table Mountain Aerial Cableway Company

Rediscover the beauty of Cape Town from its top vantage point as South African recording artist Jeremy Loops takes you on a virtual ride on the Table Mountain Cable Car. This fascinating digital trip combines music and sightseeing, as the award-winning singer/songwriter uses the unique—and constantly moving—location to perform his hit song, "Down South."


Loops, a proud Cape Town native, is one of the country's top recording and touring artists. His music has been streamed more than 200 million times, and he's headlined multi-territory tours, played mainstage at international festivals, and sold out iconic international music venues, including the O2 Academy Brixton.


But here, he's all about his hometown. Loops will dedicate this spirited performance to tourists, both local and international, who have visited the Mother City before but have been kept away due to the pandemic. It's the perfect opportunity to do some "armchair traveling" right from the comfort of your home, as it showcases 360-degree views of one of the world's most spectacular cities complemented by a local soundtrack.


You and your loved ones are sure to be awed by the breathtaking views from the ever-rotating Table Mountain Cable Car. The city's top sights are visible through its wraparound windows, from the V&A Waterfront and Table Bay Harbour to Cape Town Stadium and historic Robben Island. Table Mountain itself is among the world's oldest and most spectacular landforms, having recently been added to the world's New 7 Wonders of Nature. The Table Mountain Aerial Cableway has been in operation since October 4, 1929, making the company a legacy in its own right. Before the pandemic, Cape Town welcomed approximately 28 million visitors per year.


Gather your family—and join some friends online—and get ready to take a spin on this thrilling virtual ride.