[Press Release] No Animals As Leaders at KRANK’D UP

We just got the sad news that Animals As Leaders will no longer be performing at the Krank’d Up 2017 music festival. I’m sure a lot of you were looking forward to seeing this awesome band. However, they may still be back for next year’s event so fingers crossed! Press release below:

Press Release

Dear Krank’d Up fans, It’s with much regret that we bring you this update. This is a first in the Krank’d Up camp for sure, but the reality is that these things do happen. Unfortunately Animals As Leaders will no longer be performing at this year’s Krank’d Up festival. We received the bad news from their representatives who confirmed that they have a scheduling conflict which they simply cannot resolve. The silver lining here is that we’re busy negotiating with Animals As Leaders to bring them to South Africa sometime in 2018. More news on this soon. Our team has worked tirelessly in finding a suitable replacement and we’re excited to tell you that this announcement will take place SOON.

So keep an eye on our page for this news. Hint: Fans of Animals As Leaders, Protest The Hero, Periphery and TesseracT, here’s looking at you!

We’ve been in contact with Computicket about this cancellation and Animals As Leaders fans who feel they’d like a refund can do so by contacting the Computicket Call Centre on 0861 915 8000 (calls to 0861 numbers are charged at a flat rate of 65c per minute) or 011 340 8000 (standard landline rates apply), Monday to Saturday, between 08h00 and 20h00. The Call Centre is closed on Sundays and some public holidays. Alternately you can email info@computicket.com. HOWEVER, we really think it best you see who we will be announcing tomorrow first before deciding to go the ticket refund route. We thank you for your understanding and continued support.

Yours in great music, The Krank’d Up Festival Team.

Iced O

Editor-In-Chief/Chief Web Officer. Tries to be funny but fails horribly. Geek. #CFC. Gamer. Loves all types of rock & Metal (except for Grindcore. No one likes Grindcore). Has a particular affinity with Melodic Death Metal, Punk & Alternative rock...


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