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Rock The South 2014 announced

The third edition of the Rock the South music festival will again take place at Zion Bar, Marsascala, with the exception that this year it has been expanded into a three-day event.

“After the success of the previous two editions, we wanted to make this edition bigger to try and involve as many local acts as possible,” said Nick Morales, one of the prime movers behind this festival.

The line-up is indeed quite extensive and also includes some foreign acts and a couple of overseas-based Maltese acts.

“We’ve also looked to include a variety of musical genres, from rock, punk and indie to hip hop, pop, folk and acoustic singer-songwriters.”

In total, the festival will feature over 29 acts, among them some new names on the scene.

“Apart from the bands, this time we’re also hosting a Battle of the MCs and two bands, namely Dripht and Troffa Ħamra y Los Mechones, will be officially launching their new CDs.”

The confirmed line-up so far features Sempliċiment tat-Triq, The Violent Violets, Chapter Zero & DJ Lockstock, Cut (Italy), Erroromantics, Dana Mckeon, No Snow/No Alps, Canvas Wall (UK/Malta), Catcake, Rumbull, Squad 16, Dripht, Troffa Ħamra y Los Mechones (Spain/Malta), R.A.S, Brodu, Fellowfish, The New Victorians, Jane Doe, Joe Roscoe, Divine Sinners, Skimmed, The Velts, Milk Mi, The Cosmic Erotic, Elevator Music, Anna Mancini (Italy) and DJ Brozer (France).

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