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Flemish band Shht at Oppikoppi

Flemish band Shht at Oppikoppi

Shht, a music band from Ghent, Belgium, will perform at the Oppikoppi Festival taking place from 9 to 11 August in Northam. Described as "musically strong enough to be taken seriously, but absurd enough to never become too serious", the band present energetic and crazy live shows which are sure to go down a treat at the festival. 

They will play on 9 August at 21.00 on the Bruiloft stage. 

https://www.oppikoppi.co.za/

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