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2015-04-07 15:22

Cape Town - A celebration of 21 years of freedom, Freedom Festival will feature world-renowned local and international artists on the festival line-up.

Four top international bands and 10 local bands will deliver 10 hours of uninterrupted music on the rock stage. The second stage will be an Electronic Dance Music stage (EDM) featuring two international DJ’s and a host of top SA DJ’s.

The festival will feature special guests Jack Parow and Radio Raps and will take place on Saturday 25 April at Supersport Park, Pretoria and on Monday 27 April (public holiday) at the West Coast Ostrich Ranch, Cape Town.

The international line-up include US Christian rock band Skillet, US rock band Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, US indie rockers The Airborne Toxic Event and UK based The Curious Incident.

The local line-up include Bittereinder, The Plastics, Fokofpolisiekar, aKING, Al Bairre, Haggis & Bong, The Narrow, Shortstraw, Die Heuwels Fantasties, Gangs of Ballet.

Tickets cost R495 and are available here. Gates will open at 09:00 for both events.

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