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RAMfest 2019: American Metalcore act Attila and full local line-up announced

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Last week it was announced that RAMFest would be making a comeback as a one-day festival in June 2019. Today the organizers announced the full line-up and the venue.

RAMFest 2019 will be taking place on the D field at Loftus Versfeld in Pretoria on the 16th of June. Gates open at 3 PM and the music starts at 5 PM.

Here’s the full line-up for RAMFest 2019

OneDaySky, ATFN, Straatligkinders, CrashCarBurn, Facing the Gallows and Vulvodynia make up the list of local acts for the main stage. The international headliner for the festival is American Metalcore act Attilla.

Attila Metalcore Band
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Attila hail from Atlanta, Georgia and have been around since 2005. The current members of the band are Chris Fronzak, Chris Linck, Kalan Blehm and Bryan McClure. To date the band has released 7 studio albums. Their most recent album (Villian) was released in February 2019.

RAMFest 2019’s Electro stage will feature sets / performances by Zee Essential, GUMZ, Swade Shift Showcase, Kid Robot, HAEZER, PH Fat and TIMO ODV.

RAMFest 2019 Line-up
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RAMFest 2019 Ticketing Info

The R150 “Trust Us” Tickets have been sold out. “Early Lamb” tickets are now available for R200 HERE. If pre-sold tickets don’t sell out before the event, tickets at the gate will set you back R300.

Take note that no under 18’s are allowed at RAMFest 2019. Valid ID required on request. Leave your bad attitudes, illegal substances and weapons / firearms at home because they’re not allowed. Seating gear / folding chairs / folding tables are also not allowed.

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