The Aussie rock legends are hitting the road again.
Performing as part of A Fist Full Of Rock.
Hoodoo Am I?
Lock it in.
Your dad will froth on it.
Hoodoo Gurus, Sunnyboys and Violent Femmes have been announced as part of an alt-rock triple-threat bill for the latest instalment of A Day On The Green. The three will play five outdoor shows in March of next year in wineries and parks across the country to picnic-ready crowds. All three bands were legendary in the
The Sunshine Coast’s 2015 Caloundra Music Festival just got even bigger, with 35 new acts added to the lineup including Aussie rockers Hoodoo Gurus, hard rockers Baby Animals and singer-songwriter Ben Lee. The 32 other newly-added acts include Pseudo Echo, Ash Grunwald, Tijuana Cartel, Abbe May and Lime Cordiale, and all join an the lengthy
Angus & Julia Stone, Hoodoo Gurus, Kate Miller-Heidke and Paul Dempsey top the mammoth first announcement of the 2015 Queenscliff Music Festival. This 19th instalment of the annual live music gathering at the coastal Victorian town will also feature performances by singer-songwriter John Williamson, the monumental Melbourne Ska Orchestra, Go-Betweens co-founder Robert Forster and a
Vivid LIVE‘s huge 2015 lineup has been unveiled, with performances from the likes of Sufjan Stevens, Daniel Johns, TV On The Radio, The Drones, Flume and The Preatures joining Morrissey on the event’s official program. This year’s Vivid LIVE will include 10 nights of Australian exclusive performances in the Sydney Opera House Concert Hall, also
Dave Faulkner, frontman of Aussie rock outfit the Hoodoo Gurus, has taken to the band’s official Facebook page to announce that the Dig It Up! event, a recently launched series of invitational concerts curated by the band and featuring acts like Tumbleweed, will not go ahead in 2014. Over the last few years, Dig It
The organisers of The Gum Ball, widely regarded as one of the last family-friendly two-day festivals left in Australia, have followed-up the announcement of their 10th Anniversary return in 2014 with a blazing lineup featuring the likes of Hoodoo Gurus, Jinja Safari, Wolf & Cub, and many more! The Gum Ball is a unique and
The Hoodoo Guru-curated Dig It Up has unfortunately announced that it will not be following through with the dates scheduled for Adelaide. It seems that the show was unable to compete with other events happening in the area, and decided to “pull the pin / count their losses / pull up stumps”. As per a
2013 is shaping up to be a big year for the return of Hoodoo Gurus’ touring festival, Dig It Up! – they’ve put some solid thought into the line-up, which has grown exponentially and now features the likes of Tumbleweed, Kim Salmon as well as comedians Bob Franklin and Dave O’Neil. The Sydney leg is
The Hoodoo Gurus‘ very own music festival Dig It Up is returning for 2013 and is set to be just as big – nay, bigger – than its inaugural 2012 event. The Gurus will be touring with a selection of 20 or so acts, including Buzzcocks, Flamin’ Groovies and Blue Oyster Cult (of (Don’t Fear)
Eight years in the game, and still going stonger than ever, Between the Bays Festival has announced the addition of the iconic Tim Finn, thus rounding off the lineup for the 2013 instalment of the event. A name synonymous with legendary Australian and New Zealand music, Finn became a household name through his work with
The Hoodoo Gurus have issued an apology to Melbourne fans after they failed to return for a second encore at the Dig It Up festival they curated to celebrate their 30th anniversary.
Dig It Up! Festival has announced a new batch of acts as well as some sneaky new venues for Sydney. The organisers of the event have announced that Steve Wynn, Kim Salmon & Spencer P. Jones (SYD) and The Gooch Plams (SYD). The Sydney leg of the event will see it take place across a
The line-up for the annual Aussie BBQ at the SXSW festival in Austin, Texas has been finalised, with Washington and Bliss N Eso added to the bill.
There are few Australian bands as iconic or timelessly popular as the Hoodoo Gurus. Having formed way back in 1981, they’ve released eight critically acclaimed albums and were recently inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame.
Hobbits rejoice. A Day At The Park is heading to the Sutherland shire on November 14th,