Cape Town – Organisers for the Up the Creek Music Festival 2015 have announced the final line-up for this three-day party next to the Breede River.
Up The Creek will be taking place from Thursday 29 January 2015 to Sunday 1 February with a line-up that includes some of best live acts South Africa currently has to offer.
Check out the line-up here:
Zebra & Giraffe, Taxi Violence, Beatenberg , AKING, Dave Ferguson, Bye Beneco, Shortstraw, Hot Water, The Black Cat Bones, The Kiffness, The Ballistics, Stoker, Red Huxley, Scicoustic, Piet Botha & The Lyzyrd Kyngs, Gerald Clark, Mean Black Mamba, Manny Walters, Basson Laubscher, John Wizards, Al Bairre, Christian Tiger School, Gateway Drugs, Manouche, Grassy Spark, Nomadic Orchestra, December Streets, Shaun Jacobs Band, Diamond Thug, Bandelero, Qadasi, Sawagi (JPN) and Kite Rider.(Shortstraw)
2015 is also Up the Creek's 25th birthday so make sure you get your tickets sooner rather than later!
Tickets cost R750.00 and are for whole weekend access only (arrive any day Thurs – Sun). Click here to buy your ticket.
Next year’s festival will be the same comfortable size you’ve come to love, however unfortunately no under 18`s at Up the Creek 2015.(Diamond Thug)
If you want to rock out in a little more comfort, then the Heartbreak Motel tented accommodation is for you. There are two options of pre-pitched tents, hot showers, toilets, buffet breakfast and other luxuries. For more info and bookings visit their website.
Make sure you sign up for an Up The Creek 2015 Sticker and stand the chance of winning awesome prizes! Find the #Creekspotter app on our Facebook page and enter your details. We’ll mail (yes post, not e-mail) you your very own Up The Creek 2015 sticker for your car. There are monthly prizes and festival tickets for both those who stick and spot.Type, mail, stick, click. Good luck!
For more info on the festival visit their Facebook page or the website.
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