Last Thursday saw FBi’s Sydney Music Art & Culture awards ceremony take place. Hosted by Max Lavergne and featuring performances by Matt Corby, Oliver Tank, Catcall and theatre collective Applespiel, the night was an incredible amount of fun, and recognised some of the most talented and hardworking people in Sydney. Here are the Winners: Best
Harvest Festival 2011
“Thank you Victoria,” AJ Maddah, Harvest Festival’s outspoken promoter, tweeted on Friday. “It is unheard of for a new festival to sell out in its 1st year,” he continued. On Saturday, November 12, 15,000 music fans made their way to the beautiful grounds of Werribee Park in Melbourne. With clear skies and a maximum temperature
A breezy pre-summer Sunday in Parramatta Park was the perfect setting for the NSW leg of Harvest Festival, a relatively new Australian tour bringing with it an array of fine international heavyweights. We entered the picturesque grassy knoll (yes, Parra can be quite pretty) to the grooves of The Family Stone. Sly may have left
Fans who intend to see The Flaming Lips play at Harvest Festival in Melbourne on the weekend have been urged by oragnisers to think about their transport options or face being stranded at Werribee Park. After the late release of the Melbourne timetable this week, it has become clear that the last shuttle buses departure
Harvest Festival tour starts this weekend in Melbourne, and, as expected, everyone’s keen to know whether acts like TV on the Radio, Portishead, Mogwai, The National and Clap Your Hands Say Yeah will have any clashes with each other. But aside from the music, the festival also boasts a mesmerising atmosphere by setting the events
Harvest Festival is just a week away and most people are keen to know whether acts like TV on the Radio, Portishead, Mogwai, The National and Clap Your Hands Say Yeah will have clashes with each other. The Sydney Morning Herald (newspaper) has released some set times this morning. We’ll keep it up to date
UK math rock band This Town Needs Guns have announced sideshows for Sydney and Melbourne while they’re out here on the Harvest Festival line-up in November. Being described as “intricate pop guitar work, with a touch of jazz and Spanish influences,” These British wunderkinds are “definitely one of the most artistic groups that have come
Kevine Devine is heading to Australia for the Harvest music and arts festivals in November and today he has announced two intimate sideshow performances with his band in Sydney and Melbourne only.
Harvest Festival has announced its arts line-up for this November
Brooklyn-based experimental rockers TV On The Radio have announced sideshows in Sydney and Melbourne for the Harvest Festival tour in November.
Death In Vegas aka. Richard Fearless will be playing a Perth side show later this year while out here on the Harvest Festival line-up. Fearless and co. are currently touring latest album Trans Love Energies, their first since 2004’s Satan’s Circus. The new album marks a return to his roots in minimal techno, deploying the
Work on the follow-up to the UK trio’s 2009 album Third is likely to start next year according to founder and producer Geoff Barrow.
The inaugural Harvest Festival line-up has grown, with TV On The Radio announcing themselves this morning, now Mogwai, Clap Hands and Say Yeah, Seekae and former Soundwave Revolution artist Kevin Devine have been added to the line-up. Harvest Festival also boasts a mesmerising atmosphere, by setting the events in magnificent, natural, green environments; show off
The rumours about Harvest Festival appear to be true, and what an epic line-up!
Curious to know what the Harvest Festival 2011 line up is, as well as rumours about what bands are playing? We’ll keep a live up-to-date article on any info we get. Update: 22/07 The full Harvest Festival lineup has been confirmed and the rumours that Flaming Lips, Portishead and Bright Eyes would play are true.