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That 70’s Fest 2019: Full Line-Up And Everything You Should Know


That 70’s Fest 2019 is happening on the 27th of April at Tweefontein Melkery in Kempton Park. If you’re a fan of good old-fashioned rock ‘n roll fan this is exactly what the doctor ordered for you. Boogy Central recently announced the full line-up for That 70’s Fest 2019 and it’s looking bloody awesome in my books.

Here’s the Full Line-up of artists for That 70’s Fest 2019

Deaf Poets (USA), Runaway Nuns, The Tazers, Tidal Waves, Ruff Majik, Yndian Mynah, Deadly Bites, Mouse, Groucho, The Bad Ass Execs, Scramblers and Shackles and Bones.

This amazing festival is proudly brought to you by Boogy Central in association with Mars Music Johannesburg and The Merch Church.

That 70s Fest 2019 Line-up
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If you live in Pretoria or Johannesburg, you don’t have an excuse… Tweefontein Melkery is only a 40 minute drive away from both of those cities.

More info about That 70’s Fest 2019

Sunrise tickets have already sold out for this festival. Sunset tickets are still available at R300 per person via Quicket or on the That 70’s Show website.

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.

That 70s Fest 2019
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Take note that there will be a small cash bar available, but stock is very limited. Festival goers are encouraged to bring their own booze, stay over for the night and enjoy the music until the early hours of the morning.

If you’re not familiar with That 70’s Fest, read my review of the 2018 edition HERE or check out the Facebook Event for more info.

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