How many times have you had a dog sniffing up your leg at the entrance to a gig or while waiting for a train and been harassed by cops as a result?
Playing for the first time as a three-piece, Craig Nicholls having sacked two thirds of his band in past days and hired a new drummer, the vines nevertheless delivered a stand-up set at today at Homebake.
The sun is out and Homebake 2011 is here; all the details you need including set times, maps, transport info, line-up etc are below and Music Feeds will also be updating this page live through the day. With a line-up that boasts Grinderman, Cut Copy, Gotye and Ladyhawke, Homebake 2011 is set to be one
Homebake 2011 “Classic Edition” is only a few weeks away, and organisers are still making preparations for this year’s event. They’ve added two more Comedy acts to the line-up, the triple j unearthed winner has been announced and the map and timetables have been released. Two More Comedy Acts Announced Joining the comedy stage will
Homebake 2011 has announced its film line-up for this year’s festival, promising to be the most exciting exhibition of Australian and New Zealand filmmaking talent they’ve ever put together. The Homebake Cinema Pavilion has always been about honouring a charter that recognises and promotes fresh local talent and placing it all before an entertainment-loving audience.
Homebake 2011 has announced more artists on its already impressive line-up of talented local acts (from Australia & NZ), for both its music and comedy stage line-up. Some of the new acts included are indie rapper 360, Aussie early 90’s band Ratcat, Melbourne songstress Owl Eyes aka. Brooke Addamo, and Gold Fields after cancelling their
Homebake 2011 will host its inaugural Comedy Stage at this year’s festival, presented by the Sydney Comedy Festival, it will feature some of Australia’s best loved comedians as well as the very best emerging artists in a rollicking showcase of world-class comedy. Jorge Menidis, the Sydney Comedy Festival Director, is delighted with the partnership and
Homebake has announced it’s 2011 lineup after taking a year off in 2010.
December 3rd 2011 has been announced as the date for this year’s Homebake Festival in Sydney. They’ve dubbed this year’s festival as ‘Homebake 2011 – The Classic Edition’. The line up and more details will be announced at the end of July with tickets on sale from the 15th August 2011. Last Year’s festival was cancelled