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A Day On The Green 2012 Lineup And Festival Dates

Written by Marc Zanotti on August 9, 2012

Soundwave a little too much of the rough and tumble for ya? Then maybe A Day On The Green is more your speed and cup of tea. Presented by Triple M, A Day On The Green 2012 will see some of the most beloved rock acts of yesteryear, including Hoodoo Gurus, The Angles and Baby Animals.

A fully licensed day outdoors, A Day On The Green is a family orientated music festival with some classic bands playing some classic hits. Last year’s instalment of the self-described ‘Classic Oz Rock’ tour sold out swiftly, so if kicking up your heels and drinking in moderation appeals to you, be sure to be vigilant on August 17 when tickets go on sale via Ticketmaster.

At the price of $89.90 per ticket, it’s probably the most inexpensive outdoor music event on the festival calendar and promises to be a day of laid-back entertainment and easy listening with probably decent food and overly priced beverages – the way a festival should be.

A Day On The Green 2012 – Lineup

Hoodoo Gurus (Except Perth)
the Angels With Dave Gleeson
Baby Animals
Boom Crash Opera
Ian Moss (Perth Only)
James Reyne

A Day On The Green 2012 – Festival Dates

Sunday November 4
Sirromet Wines, Mt Cotton, QLD

Saturday November 10
Bimbadgen Winery, Hunter Valley, NSW

Saturday November 24
Rochford Wines, Yarra Valley, VIC

Saturday December 1
Peter Lehmann Wines, Barossa Valley, SA

Saturday December 8
Josef Chromy Wines, Launceston, TAS

Saturday November 17
Kings Park, Perth, WA

A Day On The Green Ticket Information

Tickets go on sale August 17th, 2012 via http://www.ticketmaster.com.au

Platinum: $149 plus booking fee

Gold: $129 plus booking fee

Silver: $110 plus booking fee

General Admission: $89.90 plus booking fee

*excluding Perth: Gold $169 & General Admission $89.90 plus booking fee.

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