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Festival of the Sun 2011 Line-up

Written by Brayden Darke on August 9, 2011

Festival of the Sun has announced its 2011 Line-up for this December, where it will return to Sundowner Breakwall Tourist Park in Port Macquarie. Leading the line-up is Art vs Science and the return of Ladyhawke on the back of a new album that should be out around October.

Festival of the Sun has established itself as one of the coolest festivals of the summer. With an awesome beachside setting, great line-up and a BYO policy that saves you lining up in the heat for drinks, Fotsun is a must have ticket for the holiday season.

When and Where

Sundowner Breakwall Tourist Park, Port Macquarie
9th – 10th December

Tickets on sale

General admission tickets go on sale from 10am, September 1st for $155 + BF per person and include two nights free beachside camping.
More info.

Line up

Art vs Science
Dan Sultan
Hungry Kids of Hungary
Young Revelry
The Snowdroppers
Brothers Grim
King Cannons
The Delta Riggs
The Medics
The Pixiekills
Ben Wells & The Middle Names
Colin Moore
Claude Hay
Blake Noble
Microwave Jenny
Larissa McKay
The Lyrical
Surecut Kids DJs
Triple J Unearthed Winner

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