Oppikoppi is not for the feint of heart. We’ve created an easy cheat list using meme’s to give you a heads-up of what to expect in Northam.
As the anticipated Northam music festival creeps up at the start of October, we select a few up-and-coming local musicians we can’t wait to see live.
From a music festival in Limpopo to parties in Joburg, team 10and5 curates a line-up of events to look forward to in Spring/Summer 2017.
From a music festival in Limpopo to jols in Joburg, team 10and5 curates a line-up of events to look forward to in Spring/Summer 2017.
10and5 went to South Africa’s dustiest music festival. Here’s a glimpse of our journey.
Drunk crying, tent rustling and long awaited hookups, we dig up the dirt from South Africa’s oldest music festival.
Come jol with us in the bush (and tell us your Koppi Confession).
Ahead of Oppikoppi 2016, we’re looking back over 22 years of Koppi artwork, right from the first festival back in 1994 to this year’s event.
“There’s a 99% chance you’re still wearing the wristband from your very first RAMfest.” Your festival of choice reveals more than you think.
A shoot with patterns galore, a not-so-serious trailer for an upcoming production and a GIF round-up of the happenings at Oppikoppi this year.
An 80s animation inspired music video, a debut experimental rap project and a story about a zombie apocalypse in the Karoo.
To create a campaign that’d keep Oppi fans talking long after the festival, Captain Morgan teamed up with Jack Parow to stage a crazy sequence of events.
JHB blog Another-Day joined the dusty thousands at Oppikoppi last weekend to interview whoever would oblige, and proceeded to make an impromptu Limp Bizkit tribute video featuring some of SA’s most, um, relevant bands.
To advertise this year’s event, Oppikoppi – South Africa’s biggest, thorniest, dustiest, craziest, 19-year-old music festival – has booked a whole smattering of billboards across the country. And they want you to feature in them.
Last month RE: jeans, Woolworths’ denim line, took 6 local music lovers on an epic roadtrip from Cape Town to the massive music festival Oppikoppi.