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Up The Creek 2012 kicks off

2012-02-03 10:47
 
Cape Town – The Up The Creek music festival is kicking off at the Breede River in Swellendam on Friday.

Up the Creek 2012, which takes place from February 3 to February 5, will be running live music on three stages throughout the weekend, namely The Bacardi main stage, the MK river stage and the all-night-long BOS Breede River bar stage.

The line up for the weekend includes Taxi Violence, Karen Zoid, Machineri, Blues Broers, Holiday Murray, Piet Botha, Wrestlerish and many more.

This year Up The Creek is hosting an international act, KONGOS.

KONGOS is a rock band of four brothers - Johnny, Jesse, Dylan and Danny Kongos - sons of South African singer-songwriter John Kongos. They grew up in London and South Africa and now write, record and perform in Phoenix, Arizona.

KONGOS released their debut album in 2007 and are currently promoting their second album Lunatic which they released in South Africa on December 12.

For more Up The Creek information visit their official site.
 
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