Memphis May Fire and Intervals:
Rapidly cementing their name as the go-to festival for alternative music fans in South Africa, Krank’dUp music festival is back for another unforgettable show that will be talked about for years to come.
Having wowed audiences over the past 5 years with electrifying performances from some of the planet’s most exciting international rock and metal acts, Krank’d Up fans exploded in jubilant fashion at the announcement of Memphis May Fire and Intervals as 2017’s festival headliners.
This year’s line-up is rounded off with 19 exemplary South African acts, 15 of which will be making their Krank’d Up festival debuts. The full Krank’d Up2017 lineup is as follows: Memphis May Fire (US), Intervals (US), Red Helen, OhGod, Vulvodynia, Megalodon, Albinobeach, Savage Lucy, My Columbine, Mezzanine Floor, De Wallen, Deadline, Coldfield, After Robot, State Society, Held on Till May, Bloodbeast, Mad God, Maximum Carnage, CMR, You Me and the Harmony.
Intervals at Krank’d Up 2017:
Ferocious, technical brilliance and graceful landscapes are set to collide at KRANK’D UP 2017 when Canadian guitar hero, Aaron Marshall and his incredible band, INTERVALS set foot on our stage on 30th September.
The band’s second full-length album, “The Shape of Colour” found its way on almost every “Best albums of the year‟ list in 2015 and catapulted INTERVALS into the stratosphere as one of the world’s most exciting instrumental metal bands around today.
Aaron Marshall and his supremely talented band have experience in buckets, having toured with the likes of Between The Buried and Me, Misery Signals, Protest The Hero, TesseracT, Animals As Leaders, Periphery and The Contortionist to name a few.
It’s fair to say that KRANK’D UP fans can expect something special come September.
The INTERVALS have replaced original act: Animals as Leaders, due to a scheduling conflict.
Location and Prices: R500
Tickets are on sale nationwide at R500 each through www.computicket.com , as well as at Computicket outlets and Checkers stores