Well into the final day of the iconic Splashy Fen Music Festival, and campers continue to enjoy the great sounds and great vibes set in the picturesque setting of the Southern Drakensberg.
By Underground Press
Published Sunday, 09 April 2023 16:54
Underberg, Sunday 9 April 2023:
With over 5 900 attendees, The Splashy Fen Music Festival has stayed true to its promise of offering campers and day visitors a selection of musical entertainment and relaxing long-weekend activities for the whole family. This Easter has been no different.
Friday night was a hit amongst music-loving fans as Will Linley set the Corona Main Stage alight, and aloud, with his first ever appearance at the festival. Goodluck and the Ndlovu Youth Choir had sensational performances on Saturday night to a jam-packed audience, alongside Australian duo The Pierce Brothers and a barefoot, guitar-strumming Ziggy Alberts.
Music at the Corona River Stage, the crips water and a host of riverside entertainment have beckoned festival goers down the hill for a day in the sun. While drum circles have kicked off every morning in the food court area, yoga sessions down by the river and daily trail runs have seen fans get fit and ready for full days of great entertainment.
Sunday evening’s line-up includes the sounds of Coleman Hell, Majozi and Neon Dreams on the Corona Main Stage; The Song Tellers, Tatum Tides, and an Open MIC session on the Sedgwick’s Acoustic Stage, while the enchanted Treehouse Stage has the likes of Goosfraba, WFM.LIFE, BKNGG, and Simone Govender to name a few. The Count Pushkin electric boma will end off the night with Royal Love, SYZO, and Roxy Louw.