Sensational Splashy Fen 2017 line-up

2016-12-21 06:01
American musician Rodney Branigan is the second international artist who is confirmed to play at Splashy Fen 2017. PHOTO: supplied

American musician Rodney Branigan is the second international artist who is confirmed to play at Splashy Fen 2017. PHOTO: supplied

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A MUSICAL treat awaits Splashy Fenners next year as America’s Rodney Branigan - Splashy Fen’s second international artist - has confirmed his presence at the event.

Having toured the world several times, and supporting artists such as Jack Johnson, Billy Bragg and G-Love, Branigan proves he is top of his craft. His music includes performing with two guitars at once and a delightful song writing ability that promises to have the audience cheering for more.

The confirmation of his performance comes hot on the heels of the news that Australian megastars The Temper Trap will be headlining at the Splashy Fen Music Festival.

Event organisers shared the next batch of local and international artists who will fill Underberg with their sweet sounds over the Easter weekend next year.

The Splashy Fen 2017 phase two acts include some of South Africa’s favourites: the hugely successful Parlotones, Shortstraw, Rubber Duc and Veranda Panda all add to an already exciting line-up. Over 200 musicians will perform for fans across five unique stage areas throughout the iconic four-day festival - with the new Treehouse stage set to add a whimsical element to the festivities.

Other acts include The Springbok Nude Girls, Jack Parow, December Streets, and Desmond and the Tutus. Splashy Fen 2017 will take place over the Easter weekend from April 13 to April 16.

Tickets are available at

If you buy two tickets before December 22, you can enjoy a discounted Christmas price of R700 per ticket. - Supplied

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