There are less than two months to go to Jägermeister presents Up the Creek 2019. In case you did not know, This is one of the coolest riverside getaways for music lovers in the Western Cape.
Some more fantastic bands and DJ’s are on the stellar line-up for this boutique festival. If you love a good party, you should definitely not miss out on this. This festival is happening from 7 to 10 February 2019.
Here’s the Jägermeister presents Up the Creek 2019 line-up so far:
Hot Water, Sean Koch, Alfred Adrian (Comedian), Southern Gypsey Queen, Nick Hamman, Pedro and the SOULdiers, Warongx, Coelacanth, DJ inviZAble, The Black Cat Bones, Femi Koya, Grassy Spark, Gerald Clark and the boys from Prague, Stoker, Jackal and the Wind, Crosscurrent, Lo Ghost, Stone Jets, Koos Kombuis, BRYNN, Bam Bam Brown, Zengeance, Piet Botha, Greg Georgiades & The Ultra Natives, Hellcats, Bed on Bricks, Willim Welsyn, The Steezies, Diamond Thug and Money for Bali.
Some exciting things are happening at Jägermeister presents Up the Creek 2019
An exciting change for the 2019 festival will be the addition of a late-night rock ‘n roll stage. Operating from the Gordon’s Gin Food Court stage, this rocking space will come alive Friday and Saturday after the Jägermeister Main Stage finishes and will offer live music enthusiasts something great to dig in to if they don’t fancy what’s happening on the Savanna Late Night Stage.
This stage will be graced by some supercool rock acts and collaborative mystery bands led by stalwarts in the industry: think Andre Kriel, Gareth Wilson, Jaco Mans and Greg Georgiades to give you an idea of why this is going to be one of those ‘dude-don’t-miss-out’ party spots at Up The Creek 2019.
This stage will then be closed on Friday by The Robfather, and Saturday by Up the Creek`s very own, infamous DJ Dirtroad. Considering requests and feedback, The Food Court will now also have a fully operational bar open all day and night.
Jägermeister presents Up the Creek 2019 Ticket info
With so much planning and exciting conversations with Creekers during the year in the “Curate your Creek” drive, the organisers are now notably 30% ahead of ticket sales this time last year.
Tickets are still capped at 2,500, so book your spot as soon as possible to make sure you get your tickets for the Up The Creek 2019 HERE.
Full weekend tickets are still available for R1120. Friday to Sunday tickets are already sold out. Tickets that include a transport package will set you back R1800.
Living in Gauteng and would like to attend Jägermeister presents Up the Creek 2019?
Camping Khapela has the perfect tailored package for you. This includes return flights, airport shuttles, a tent with an inflatable bed and breakfast for the duration of your festival experience. This also includes access to hot water showers and flushable toilets.
The Camping Khapela experience to Up The Creek 2019 is available from R5700 per person. Don’t let fomo get you, email them or send a WhatsApp to 0718173945.
For those who want to grab a shuttle ride from Cape Town
Book yourself an Up The Creek 2019 ticket & transport package for R1800 (valued at R2120) and secure your seat in a comfy shuttle from Cape Town. There will be a trailer for all your camping goodies. The organisers will also preload your wristband with R200! There are only 13 spots left so book here NOW!
Prefer to camp like a rock star? Then go for the more luxurious Heartbreak Motel and arrive to your tent pre-pitched, separate ablutions and breakfast served every morning. Book here NOW!
Spot an Jägermeister presents Up the Creek 2019 poster and stand a chance to win a festival ticket
Up The Creek 2019 posters are now up in and around Cape Town, and all along the Garden Route. If you spot one of these posters, share a photo of it on Facebook and Instagram and tag @upthecreek_festival with the hashtag #upthecreek2019.
One full festival ticket winner will be announced every two weeks from now until end January.
If you haven’t been to Up The Creek festival, you should really make a plan to get there. It’s one of the coolest festivals on the SA Music calendar. Read by 2012 review HERE and my 2015 review HERE (if you don’t believe me).
Watch this space for regular updates in the Music category on Running Wolf’s Rant.
Photos by Henry Engelbrecht.
Blogger, Desktop Activist, Twitter / Facebook Addict, Music Festival Addict, Avid lover of South African music, Founder and owner of Running Wolf’s Rant