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Buy a ticket in December to enter the Up the Creek competition

13 Dec 2012 13:40
If you buy your ticket for the Up the Creek Music Festival, to be held between 31 January and 3 February, 2013, you will be entered into a lucky draw for the Winner Takes It All Competition to win a UTC weekend package prize to the value of R4000.
Buy a ticket in December to enter the Up the Creek competitionThe prize includes:
• Two tickets for Up the Creek.
• A chalet for the weekend.
• R1000 spending money.
• 4th Street Wine Hamper.
• The refund of your original ticket purchase.
• A year's subscription to Rolling Stone SA Magazine, including a limited edition Rolling Stone T-shirt.
The winner will be announced on 10 January, 2013, on Facebook and Twitter.

Tickets at www.ticketbreak.co.za or on our FB page:
Thursday to Sunday: Pre-sale R600, gate R650.
Friday to Sunday: Pre-sale R550, gate R600.
Saturday and Sunday: Pre-sale R450, gate R500.
Kids 13 years and younger: free entry.

Social media
Facebook: www.facebook.com/UpTheCreek.MusicFestival
Twitter: @Upthe_Creek
Website: www.upthecreek.co.za
    
 
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