FBI SMACs Festival drops more artists
Having crowd-funded its way into existence, Australia’s newest boutique music festival Marmalade Skies has just released its debut lineup announcing the acts that will take the stage during the two and-a-bit day, partially BYO camping, music and arts experience in Goulburn, NSW this December. The Marmalade Skies inaugural lineup features acts like Sydney (via The
Asgeir, Dan Sultan & more added!
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Today’s Tour Guide will present you with plenty of opportunity to keep yourselves warm with live music on these encroaching winter nights, starting with Sydney indie outfit and number one buzz band Gang Of Youths who’ve announced two east coast shows this August. We’ve also got tour announcements from Sydney (via The Blue Mountains) duo
Admit it, three days in the company of bands like Outkast, London Grammar, and Foster The People simply isn’t enough. Well, the organisers of Splendour In The Grass 2014 certainly seem to think so, so they’re offering fans the ultimate pre-festival celebration to kick off the weekend. On the eve of Splendour In The Grass
Sydney’s renowned Cargo Bar will be opening its doors for another round of NYE On The Harbour this year and today sees the first lineup announcement for the 2013 edition, with another round of artists expected to be added. The main attraction for the party will be guaranteed good-time guys Art Vs Science. The trio
Sydney-based indie record label Yes Please is celebrating its second birthday and inviting you to get in on the lovin’ with some birthday party action in Melbourne tonight, Thursday, 18th July, featuring a shiny line-up of some of the label’s favourite artists. The proceedings kick off at 7:30pm at the Workers Club in Fitzroy, with
Local parties, bookings, touring company and monthly mixtape makers Hand Games is celebrating their first birthday by throwing a few parties about the place. With Hand Games’s roster including Bloods and Oisima, these birthday celebrations are sure to be a happening affair. The shows will take place in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne, with each city