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High & Dry Festival: First Line Up Announced!

Written by Toby Smith on August 7, 2009

[Update: Second Line Up has been announced: Full Line Up Here http://musicfeeds.com.au/news/high-dry-festival-2009-second-line-up-announced/]

A delightful first round of musical acts are ready for your approval; they’re a fine bunch plucked from Sydney’s thriving independent and underground communities.

High&Dry Festival takes place from the 27-29 of November (three days of music, arts, camping and ridiculous fun) in the most magical setting of Camp Wollimi, just two hours North of Sydney.

Speaker1Rumpunch
Svelt
The Crooked Fiddle Band
The Phonies
Hobo Bordeaux
Juke Baritone and the Swamp Dogs
Donné
Charlie and the Maddox Factory
The Bakery
Fuji Collective
Jack Shit
Western Synthetics
Monk Fly
Deep Cycle
BFG
Brackets

Early Bird tickets are now on sale for just $120 + bf!
http://highanddryfestival.net/tickets.html

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