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Seether confirmed for Oppikoppi 18

2012-06-14 11:00
Cape Town - Seether are due to perform at Oppikoppi 18.

Organisers revealed on Thursday that the rock band, originally from Pretoria, would join the lineup for this year's festival.

Oppikoppi posted the following update on their Twitter page: "You rang for some rock n roll m ’lord? @SeetherOfficial #Oppikoppi #SweetThing"

Seether, fronted by Shaun Morgan, are currently touring in the US but according to their schedule, they're free between mid-July and September.

Oppikoppi 18, themed Sweet Thing, takes place in Northam, Limpopo from 9 - 11 August.

Seether will join US band Eagles of Death Metal, fronted by Josh Homme who is also famous for being the founding member and lead singer for rock band Queens of the Stone Age.

Welsh Metal-core band Bullet For My Valentine and Dutch indie-rock duo Bombay Show Pig are some of the other international acts performing this year.

Also confirmed for this year's festival: P.H.fat, Black Handed Kites, Lonehill Estate, The Graeme Watkins Project, Flash Republic, Dance You're on Fire, Shadowclub, Planet Joy and Valiant Swart.

Tickets for the festival cost R700 from the Oppikoppi Facebook page, R750 at and R600 when bought through the Standard Bank youth portal.

Watch Seether performing Fine Again live and unplugged.

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