Splashy Fen Music Festival Press Release

 No: splashy1709

16 April 2017

Embargo: None

 Written by: Kendall Snyman


Media images from Sunday at Splashy Fen

The full festival line-up, venue map, accommodation options and tickets are all available at www.splashyfen.co.za.

ENDS

For more information please contact:
Kendall Snyman
Splashy Fen Media Liaison
media@splashyfen.co.za
073 516 2308

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Splashy Fen logo On Black - JPeg

 

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Dougy Mandagi, lead singer of Australian Superstars The Temper Trap wowed the 5 500 strong crowd at the Black Label Main Stage at Splashy Fen this Easter Saturday. The crowd went wild and sang along to Sweet Disposition, the last song played by The Temper Trap on a cold but festive night. Al Nicholl/
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Rubber DUC on the Black Label Main Stage on the 3rd day of the 2017 Splashy Fen Music Festival. Al Nicholl/
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Meet the turtles who made a splash at the inaugural Splashy Fen Splashion Show. They won themselves a trip to the Seychelles courtesy of Air Seychelles and Eden Island during the Splashion Show, held in the Splashy Fen Country Club on Saturday the 15th of April 2017. Al Nicholl/
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From left: Jonny Aherne, Dougy Mandagi and Toby Dundas of The Temper Trap. A crowd of over 5 500 splashy fenners came to listen to the Australian indie rock group at the Black Label Main Stage at Splashy Fen Music Festival. Al Nicholl/
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Durban local Mbijane serenaded campers from the Acoustic Stage at Splashy Fen. The excited crowd reiterated that Splashy Fen is the perfect platform for up-and-coming talented artists to be heard. Abi Nelson Photography/
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Fields of happy campers can be seen for miles, while the Splashy Fen Country Club and craft market draws fans in and security guards prepare for the upcoming line-up at the Black Label Main Stage, at the 2017 Splashy Fen Music Festival. Creative Media/
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The creative and musically talented Bantwanas took to the Electric Boma stage at the 2017 Splashy Fen Music Festival. An over flowing marquee of dancing and singing fans ensured the party didnít stop until early hours of the morning. Milton Media/
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Rooftop parties are the best kind of parties, according to these young happy campers at the 2017 Splashy Fen Music Festival. Michael Forbes/
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A full campsite at the 2017 Splashy Fen Music Festival is testament to the success of this yearís event. With over 5 500 people through the gates this Easter, the efforts of the organisers to make Splashy Fen better, bigger, safer, and more fun each year, have not gone unnoticed. James Cairn/
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