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Good Vibrations tickets for $75 – WTF?

Written by Bex Logan on February 11, 2011

Yep you read the headline right, the people over at Good Vibrations have done something ludicrous and chopped the price of Sydney and Melbournes Good Vibrations gig (tomorrow for those of you playing at home) into pieces, straight down the middle – $75. Holy fuck.

Now the line up from the official GV source:

“French indie rockers PHOENIX, rap / reggae combo NAS and DAMIAN MARLEY, electronic pioneer SASHA, entertainment mogul LUDACRIS and eclectic indie-pop duo THE TING TINGS! Genre straddling Diva KELIS will be bringing all the boys to her yard, alongside soul sister ERYKAH BADU and Swedish electropop stars MIIKE SNOW. FRIENDLY FIRES are making a very welcome return to the lineup and you can also expect amazing sets from our bass loving Kiwi cousins FAT FREDDYS DROP, enigmatic DJ / producer extraordinaire FAKE BLOOD, the golden boy of UK dubstep himself RUSKO, Riverside floor filler SIDNEY SAMSON, rising cooler than you star MIKE POSNER and the infectious street-soul provider ALOE BLACC. Also joining the line up are ARIA winning local upstarts YOLANDA BE COOL, shooting stars BAG RAIDERS, Aussie hip hoppers KOOLISM, killer US electro house producer KILL THE NOISE, hotly tipped Perth youngsters TIM & JEAN and emerging young Brits FENECH-SOLER.”

And lets not forget UK electronic heavy weights Faithless.

You must be over 18 at the time of the gig and there’s a limit of five tickets per person so get snapping over here for Sydney and click here for Melbourne tickets.

Terms & conditions of Good vibrations Festival ticket purchase apply. See good vibrations home page.

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