Sydney Festival 2013

  • Lianne La Hava Announces Sydney Festival 2013 Sideshows
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    Lianne La Hava Announces Sydney Festival 2013 Sideshows

    Hot on the heels of yesterday’s full lineup announcement for Sydney Festival 2013 comes the announcement that London’s Lianne La Havas will be headlining a brief run of shows around the East Coast. Turning heads all over the world with her virtuous abilities on the acoustic guitar, the eclectic songstress meanders effortlessly through both her

  • Dirty Projectors Australian Tour Dates 2013
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    Dirty Projectors Australian Tour Dates 2013

    With their latest studio effort Swing Lo Magellan still fresh from the print, the Dirty Projectors have announced their long-awaited return to Australia for a run of festival appearances. The tour will see the band hit Hobart’s Mona Foma festival before making its way up to Melbourne, where you can catch them at Sugar Mountain.

  • Sydney Festival 2013 Announce Music Program
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    Sydney Festival 2013 Announce Music Program

    Sydney Festival has just announced their entire music program for 2013 and it’s a doozy! Spanning January 5-27, Sydney Festval takes place in the midst of summer while the fresh memory of New Years still has the entire city in the mood to celebrate. Australian’s biggest summer festival, Sydney Festival always promises a vast array

  • Sydney Festival 2013 Parramatta Program Revealed
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    Sydney Festival 2013 Parramatta Program Revealed

    The full lineup gets announced tomorrow, but the Parramatta events for next year’s Sydney Festival have already been unveiled. A huge variety of free and ticketed programs will be on offer for festivalgoers, most of which are geared towards families. Highlights of the program include the jaw-dropping acrobatics, brazen attitude and high-voltage energy of Circolombia,

  • Sydney Festival 2013 Soundtrack Competition
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    Sydney Festival 2013 Soundtrack Competition

    We’re in the final weeks of winter, which means there’s only a season left til summertime. As Sydneysiders well know, that means the return of the Sydney Festival, a self-described “bold cultural celebration based on the highest quality art and big ideas”, which is set to take place from January 5 to January 28 in

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