Great news for fans of local music! The 2013 Up The Creek Festival is coming soon! Up the Creek takes place on a farm near Swellendam in the Western Cape from the 31st of January to the 3rd of February.
Up the Creek festival is one of the top events on the Western Cape calendar. The 2013 edition is set to blow fans of local music away. Festival goers can expect some awesome live performances from artists like Karen Zoid, ISO, YOAV, Jeremy Loops, BEAST, Goodnight Wembley, Machineri, Tailor, Piet Botha, Peachy Keen, Lucy Kruger, The Mysticcs, No One`s Arc, the Black Cat Bones, the December Streets, Woodstock Mafia, Saint Fearless, Desmond & The Tutus, Janie and the Beard, Shotgun Tori, Akkedis and many others. There will also be some comedians to tickle festival goers’ funny bones.
Up The Creek festival is held on the banks of the Breede River and features three stages. The 4th Street Main Stage, MK River Stage and the all night long Rolling Stone SA stage will be running over the weekend. Only one stage will have live acts at a time, so you won’t miss out on any of your favorite acts. There will also be food stalls for the hungry and bars for the thirsty.
Up the Creek sounds like a lot of fun! If this sounds like your kind of vibe, you should consider going! Get there early to secure yourself a decent camping spot! Tickets for Up The Creek festival are available via Ticketbreak or on the Up The Creek Facebook page. Tickets that are valid from the Thursday to the Sunday cost R600 (pre-sale) or R650 at the gate. Tickets that are valid from Friday to Sunday cost R550 (pre-sale) or R600 at the gate. Tickets that are valid for Saturday and Sunday cost R450 (pre-sale) or R500 at the gate. Kids of 13 years old or younger can enter the festival for free.
For more information about the 2013 Up The Creek festival, follow @Upthe_Creek on Twitter, check out the Up The Creek Facebook page or visit the Up The Creek website. Up the Creek festival is organized by Red Hot Events and Blue Moon.
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