Featuring some sneaky trombone.
This is gonna be big.
An epic local bill.
“Last night we reopened Sydney.”
Some of your favourite Aussie names.
“LOCKOUTS AREN’T THE ANSWER. We need our freedom back this isn’t footloose.”
Yet another great WA summer festival lineup.
Will this be BTV’s biggest year yet?
In the middle of a mammoth world tour
Pure, unabashed silliness.
Featuring Hayden James, Wave Racer & Paces!
Secret Garden festival are whetting the appetites of punters with a teaser announcement of the first ten artists from the bill.
Melbourne’s free fest is back with over 50 acts over six stages.
The inaugural SunSets Festival will hit Fremantle on Saturday, 16th January.
Lost Paradise has found even more acts to cram into its already stacked lineup, with the NSW woodland music festival adding six new artists to their 2015 bill. Hot Dub Time Machine, Daniel Avery, Hayden James, Sampa The Great, World Champion and A.D.K.O.B. join previously announced mega-acts Angus & Julia Stone, Jamie xx, Four Tet
As the boutique festival revolution continues to transform the Aussie summer events calendar, it would seem WA has a new addition to their schedule with Enchanted Garden touching down in February 2016. Set to take place at Fonty’s Pool in Manjimup over the weekend of Friday the 19th of February through to Sunday the 21st,
As if the upcoming instalment of the New Years-straddling Beyond The Valley music festival wasn’t looking epic enough already, organisers have gone and added over a dozen more beyond-exciting artists to the lineup. We’re talking ’80s style glam pop force Client Liaison. We’re talking London grime slinger Skepta. We’re talking Melbourne indie rock champs Kingswood.
The ’boutique’ Listen Out festival signals the start of the party season, and 2015’s Melbourne instalment proved auspicious. Now in its third year, Listen Out found a new home, leaving the Observatory for St Kilda’s Catani Gardens — and, being above the foreshore and surrounded by palms, it had a carnival resort atmosphere. Inhaling salty
Seattle’s ODESZA have ushered in a contra-EDM movement with their bassy, deep and glitchy melotronica. Harrison Mills and Clayton Knight even enjoyed a latent crossover hit with the pretty Say My Name (featuring Zyra) off 2014’s In Return. The combo again toured Australia with their live show last summer. Now they’re back to headline the
Get ready to take to the seas.