Up The Creek – the Ultimate Outdoor Music Celebration

Loyal Creekers, New Creekers and everyone in between. Up the Creek 2020 is a bit of a special one. It’s the 30 Year Reunion at the river…

Established in 1990, Up the Creek is the second longest-running outdoor music festival in South Africa. Set annually on the banks of the magical Breede River, about 23km outside Swellendam in the Western Cape. Grab your festie besties and enjoy four days of celebrating 30 years of great music, good food, chilled vibes, short queues, and a whole lot of gees.

Our initial 27 artists have been confirmed for your ear-listening, foot-stomping, woohooing pleasure. Buckle up because over 23 more bands to be released soon.

Francois van Coke, Shortstraw, WONDERboom, The Kiffness, Hot Water, Rob van Vuuren (Comedian), Albert Frost and Tubatsi Mpho Moloi, Gerald Clark, Southern Wild, Bam Bam Brown, Bombshelter Beast, The Toast, Jak Skandi, The Blues Broers, Crosscurrent, Sutherland, Poor Princes, Warongx, Boyes Drive, Flying Bantu, Orah and the Kites, Half ‘N Half, Paradise Citizens, Amy Ayanda, Basson Laubscher and the Violent Free Peace, and Little Ringo.

As always, tickets are limited to 2 500 and selling fast.

Don’t be kak, be lekker!

For more information on the festival please visit https://www.upthecreek.co.za/

To book your tickets for the festival please visit https://www.howler.co.za/events/up-the-creek-music-festival-2020-2ad5

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