That 70’s Fest 2019 is happening at the Tweefontein Melkery (near Kempton Park) on the 27th of April. The third edition of this epic event is proudly brought to you by Boogy Central.
That 70’s Fest is a psychedelic rock festival curated for music fans of the 70’s era. It’s a boutique one day & night camping experience. The festival comes with sideburns, bell bottom jeans, groovy shades & mind bending music. Paisley shirts & floral dresses are encouraged, just please don’t take the brown acid.
Here’s the That 70’s Fest 2019 line-up so far
Deaf Poets (USA), Runaway Nuns, The Tazers, Deadly Bites, Mouse and Groucho. More acts will be announced soon.
That 70’s Fest 2019 will feature an eclectic, diverse line-up in an intimate, harmonious environment. Tweefontein Melkery is only a 40 minute drive from Johannesburg or Pretoria. In other words, it’s a festival that you should not miss.
More info about Deaf Poets
Originally hailing from Miami, this fuzz rock duo are a tour de force in the making. Their recent relocation to New York has enabled this two-piece to bring their psychedelic influence to life in hard-hitting ways. The release of their latest EP “Change & Bloom” is a testament to this new path.
They have countless live shows and a 2015 ‘Best Band of Miami’ award under the belt – these boytjies are ready to tear up the stage at this year’s That 70’s Fest.
More info about That 70’s Fest 2019
Full camping facilities including toilets & hot showers will be available to all ticket holders. This includes access to braai facilities & food vendors throughout the day.
More importantly; there will be a small cash bar available but stock is very limited – so BYOB (Bring Your Own Booze). Music fans are encouraged to stay the night and enjoy the music until the early hours of the morning.
There are only 400 tickets available for this event, so act swiftly. Get your That 70’s Fest 2019 tickets HERE.
Not familiar with the festival? Read my 2018 That 70’s Fest review.
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