That 70’s Fest is going to be something many of you have been waiting for: A psychedelic rock festival curated for music fans of the 70’s era. It’s also a boutique one day & night camping experience complete with sideburns, bell bottom jeans, groovy shades & mind bending music. Paisley shirts & floral dresses are encouraged, just DON’T take the brown acid…
This debut festival is curated by Boogy Central & The Tazers and has an eclectic, diverse line-up in an intimate, harmonious environment. With Tweefontein Melkery being only a 40 minute drive from Johannesburg & Pretoria, That 70’s Fest is a must on every music fan’s destination for Saturday the 29th of April 2017.
Full camping facilities including toilets & hot showers will be available to all ticket holders, which also includes access to the entertainment area, braai facilities & the food vendor throughout the day. More importantly; there will be a small cash bar available but stock is very limited – so bring your own booze. We encourage everyone to stay the night and enjoy the music with us until the early hours of the morning.
Here’s the full line-up: Black Math (a kick-ass band from Durban), The Tazers (a kick-ass band from Johannesburg), Sol Gems (also from Johannesburg), Make Overs (a rock band from Pretoria), Boxer (also from Johannesburg), Bobbejaan DJ’s (Pretoria boytjies who know how to get a party started), Pollinator (another kick-ass band from Johannesburg), Sheldon Payne & The Blue Veins (also from Johannesburg), We Are Charlie (also from Pretoria), Hey! Bang Dead (a rock band from Port Elizabeth), DJ Melitia, DJ T! and DJ Bedroom.
There are only 400 tickets available for this event. Earlybird tickets have already sold out and there are only a handful of general tickets left. If you want to experience something psychedlic, rocking and awesome on the 29th of April, get your tickets to That 70’s Fest HERE NOW! Check out the Facebook Event to get more info.
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