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Beat the crowds to Up the Creek together with Bacardi Festival this year

By: Anna-Bet Bester | 18 Jan 2012 13:45
Waiting sucks, but waiting in queues tends to suck even more. In fact, queues apparently suck so much that actual scientific studies have been done to determine just how badly it sucks, exactly why it sucks and which variables have an impact of the level of suckishness experienced in any given queue. I kid you not, check it out here.
So now that it has been scientifically proven that you are not imagining the homicidal rage you feel when queuing, why not avoid the whole nasty business of waiting to take pitch tent and join the party at Up the Creek together with Bacardi Festival early this year? Simply purchase a four-day ticket from or on the festival's Facebook page and save yourself a boatload of trouble.

A four-day ticket gets you:
Early access to the festival venue on Thursday, 2 February
Access to choice camping spots
An evening of chilled preview tunes at the Bar Stage
Smugness rights

And you get all this for a mere 100 smackers extra. Sweet deal.

Please note that there are limited tickets available, so it is advised that would-be Creekers make their purchase sooner rather than later in order to avoid disappointment.
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