Up The Creek announces line-up for 2015

2014-09-23 11:03

Cape Town – Summer is very close to almost here, and that means it’s time to start thinking about those awesome sun-filled party days.

Yes, Up The Creek 2015 is around the corner so you can get ready for some sun, beer and awesome tunes from Thursday 29 January to Sunday 1 February 2015 at the Breede River in Swellendam.

Festival organisers announced part of the line-up on Tuesday.

Here they are:

Zebra & Giraffe, Shortstraw, aKING, Bye Beneco, Al Bairre, The Black Cat Bones, Taxi Violence, Red Huxley, Manouche, December Streets, Hot Water, Piet Botha, Grassy Spark, Kite Rider, The Kiffness and Diamond Thug.  

More bands will be announced  in October.

Sign up for a 2015 sticker and stand the chance of winning awesome prizes:

The folks at Up The Creek would love to send you a postcard and your very own Up The Creek 2015 sticker for your car’s back windscreen, directly to your postbox. Fill in your details here and look out for that friendly envelope in your mail.

 - Once you have uploaded your details via this #Creekspotter app, you will automatically be entered to win a set of double weekend tickets. Two winners will be randomly selected. T’s&C’s apply.

 - Apply your sticker, take a photo, and tag @Upthe_Creek using the hashtag #CreekSpotter. Anyone that spots the sticker in traffic can also enter via Twitter to stand a chance of winning our monthly #CreekSpotter prize.Up for grabs is a set of double weekend tickets from September through to January.
T’s&C’s apply.


Heartbreak Motel

If you want to rock out in a little more comfort, then the Heartbreak Motel is for you. There are two options of pre-pitched tents, hot showers, toilets, buffet breakfast and other luxuries.

Graceland Tent: R3350 for two (Thurs-Sun)     
Cadillac Tent: R2750 for two (Thurs-Sun)    
For more info and bookings click here.


Tickets cost R750.00 and are available here. Tickets are for whole weekend access only (arrive any day Thurs – Sun).

Read more on:    up the creek  |  music  |  festivals  |  local music

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