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High&Dry Festival 2009 Final Line Up Announcement!

Written by Toby Smith on October 13, 2009

First release tickets for High&Dry have SOLD OUT!

You can get yours now from http://www.highanddryfestival.net. For the final weekend in November, High&Dry Festival will play host to Australia’s finest independent artists and musicians at a magical riverside utopia on Aboriginal land, two friendly hours North of Sydney.

A dynamic range of rare musical delicacies have just been added to the Festival menu

including:
Sublime experimental jazz/ electronica outfit ENTROPIC
Ethereal Sydney wonder-duo Kyü
sultry folk songstress Melanie Horsnell
indie pop dreamers Decorated Generals
funk and disco boogie electro-tech master Meem
theatrical Melbourne indie hip-hop party boys Dragonfly & Julez
the exciting new experimental electro-pop project idea idea by master of ribongia (M.O.R) and Lanie Lane.

Already on the line up:
The Barons of Tang
COMBAT WAMBAT
The Bakery
The Crooked Fiddle Band
Thundamentals
Rumpunch
The Phonies
Juke Baritone
Fuji Collective
Extended Family
Mojo Juju’s Gut Bucket Gospel
Brian Campeau
Svelt
Westernsynthetics
DEAF HEDGE
Yen
Donné
MonkFly
Emma Davis
VOID DJs
Foreign Dub DJs
Jack Shit
and many more…

ALSO, artists and performers will rove, surprise, improvise, excite, ignite and entice you with an interactive program of theatre, installation, spontaneous creative drive-bys, performance and multimedia art including:

Sketch the Rhyme
Surgical Side Show
Two Fat Bastards
Oh Really!?
Erth
The Bambles
Lovelorn
Scavenger X
Token Imagination
Strings Attached

As a rare and wonderful treat High&Dry participants aged 18 and over will be allowed to bring their own tasty beverages to enjoy! Check the website for all the BYO details.

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