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Fat As Butter 2012
It’s no secret that Benji Madden loves Australia.
Bringing down some of the most fondly remembered acts of the 90s and early naughties, Fat As Butter Festival is shaping up to be a trip down memory lane like you’ve never taken before. And today the FAB cats have offered a pretty sweet deal for those hoping to partake in said trip.
Fat As Butter Festival 2012 organisers have released the set times for next month’s event.
Drake and Snoop Dogg know how to give their fans an epic night – just ask Marianas Trench’s Matt Webb.
You would really struggle to compile an argument as to why Yellowcard didn’t soundtrack most of the yearly 00s.
The Flo Rida – Fat As Butter saga has come to an end this week with a court ordering the international rap star and his management to pay festival organisers more than $400,000 for his highly publicised no-show at the Fat As Butter festival last October.
The Fat As Butter sideshows continue to flow in thick and fast. Today it has been announced that UK lads Mystery Jets will be spreading the love throughout the East Coast, announcing headlining dates to coinside with their Newcastle festival appearance. Their return to Australia comes hand in hand with their latest release Radlands, the
Christmas has come early for Good Charlotte fans who now have some confirmed sideshow dates to sink their teeth into. The pop punk icons will be playing a select few headliner shows while in town for this year’s Fat As Butter festival. Lead into battle by the very well-recognised Benjy and Joel Madden, Good Charlotte
Fat As Butter festival is fast becoming one of the most celebrated events on the Australian Festival Calendar and one of the biggest days on the New South Wales Central Coast (Newcastle).
2012 is fast becoming the year in which 1990’s European dance acts invade Australia – and what better way to celebrate our nostalgia then to head to Newcastle’s Fat As Butter this September.
2012 is fast becoming the year in which 1990’s European dance acts invade Australia – with Eiffel 65 and N-Trance now on their way to our shores for a double bill in September. Following the lead of the Vengaboys and Aqua – both acts are teaming up for an Australian tour that includes a stop