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Southern Cross Music Festival

2006-08-29 15:59
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When :: 22-25 September 2006
Where :: Mooi Rivier, KwaZulu Natal DETAILS Features: Bar provided by "The Red Door" Pmb, food stalls and craft market, camping, permanent ablutions with hot showers, lots of activities and is child friendly so may appeal to a slightly more mature (but not over the hill) audience than Oppikoppi. Rules: No dogs, glass or illegal substances.

From Cape Town: Lark, Simon van Gend, DNA Strings and Verismo. From Gauteng: Dan Patlansky, Undersound, New Academics, Harris Tweed. And from KwaZulu: Richard Walne & Tjorb, Celtis, Butter, Thursdays Child (featuring Shomon), Rebus, Ryan Calder, Salty Dog, Will's Blues Band, Zephyr, Hairy legged's, Bobby and the Dynamites, the Lentil Eaters (yes, really) and loads more...MC's Joe (New Academics) and Neca (Undersound) will keep you awake all night. Buy your tickets at the Money Market counter at any Checkers or Shoprite, or online at Costs: R190 until end July ~ R220pp until 21 September~ R250pp at the gate ~13 and under free

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The Southern Cross Music Festival is one of the newer music festivals. The opposite of massive student fests like Oppikoppi and Woodstock, it's still quite small and involves as much communing with nature as it does jolling and camping. This year's festival is themed "Everything is One" and takes place as before in the exquisite Riverine Thornveld on the banks of the Mooi River, Kwa-Zulu Natal. There will be food, fun, beer and of course, music.
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