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Counting down the days to Up the Creek 2019 - final line-up released

Up the Creek 2019 will be taking place from the 7-10 February at the Breede River in the Western Cape.
Expect a cocktail of superb live acts, all-day activities, and wacky antics at the various stages, including the fantastical riverside setting.

The complete 2019 lineup, includes some of the hottest current bands and DJs in SA, namely: Koos Kombuis, The Black Cat Bones, Femi Kaya, Grassy Spark, Piet Botha, Hellcats, Gerald Clark and the boys from Prague, Stoker, Jackal and the Wind, Crosscurrent, Lo-Ghost, Stone Jets, BRYNN, Bam Bam Brown, Zengeance, Greg Georgiades & Ultra Natives, The Steezies, Diamond Thug, Money for Bali, Hot Water, Sean Koch, Southern Gypsey Queen, Pedro and the SOULdiers, Warongx, Coelacanth, Bed on Bricks, Willim Welsyn, 4AM, Akkedis, SunXA, Luca Hart, Wisdom of Movement, Nhoza, DocMaclean, Josh Kempen and comedians Francois van As and Alfred Adrian. Nick Hamman, DJ inviZAble, Jak Skandi, Supa Who, The Robfather will provide the festival’s live electronic music.

An exciting change for the 2019 festival will be the addition of a late-night rock n roll stage. Operating from the Gordon’s Gin Food Court stage, this rocking space will come alive Friday and Saturday after the Jägermeister Main Stage finishes and will offer live music enthusiasts something great to dig in to if they don’t fancy what’s happening on the Savanna Late Night Stage. This stage will be graced by some supercool rock acts and collaborative mystery bands led by stalwarts in the industry: think Andre Kriel, Gareth Wilson, Jaco Mans, and Greg Georgiades to give you an idea of why this is going to be one of those ‘dude-don’t-miss-out’ party spots at the festival. This stage will then be closed on Friday by The Robfather, and Saturday by Up the Creek’s very own, infamous DJ Dirtroad. Considering requests and feedback, The Food Court will now also have a fully operational bar open all day and night.

© Henry Engelbrecht

Tickets are still capped at 2,500, so book your spot as soon as possible to make sure you get your tickets: here
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