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Homebake 2012 Line up – Official Announcement

Written by Brayden Darke on July 31, 2012

Australia’s own home grown and operated festival Homebake has announced its first lineup for this year’s festival. Specialising in Australian music, Homebake is one of our most popular festivals. Despite usually having no imported talent albeit for the odd Kiwi artist here and there, this year we’ll see its first major international act headline the event.

In 2010 they decided to take a year off, which was probably for the best. As organisers put it, the planets were not aligned for that year. But 2011 saw it return again, back better than ever. In previous years, Frenzal Rhomb, Powderfinger, Grinspoon, Parkway Drive, and more recently Gotye have played the event.

The first of its kind was in 1996 up in Byron and was at two different locations. Over the years it has become more of an institution, taking on more of a BDO vibe than a SITG vibe, but great times all the same.

For the 2012 event we’ll see four stages: the Main Stage, the Big Top, the Dome and the new Rowland S Howard Stage. We’ll also have the cinema pavilion (curated by Kieran Darcy-Smith/Blue-Tongue), the New Comedy Stage (presented by Sydney Comedy Festival), roving activities & performers, international food fair, market stalls, an artist signing tent (all proceeds to a nominated cause), the youth & community information & awareness stalls and more!

Checkout our interview with Seekae in the lead up to their appearance at Homebake:

Homebake 2012
8th December 2012
The Domain, Royal Botanic Garden, Sydney City, NSW Australia
Tickets on sale 9am Thursday 16th August, 2012

Homebake 2012 line up – First Announcement

Blondie
Kimbra
The Saints
Something for Kate
San Cisco
Sonic Animation
Sam Sparro
DZ Deathrays
Husky
Tim Minchin
Ball Park Music
Jinja Safari
Emma Louise
Hilltop Hoods
Angus Stone
Julia Stone
Bird Of Tokyo
Daniel Merriweather
Shapeshifter
Six60
The Bamboos
Tim Rogers
Pond
Seekae
Diafrix
Full Tote Odds

Second Announcement

Tame Impala
Last Dinosaurs
Parachute Youth
Hermitude
Seth Sentry
Hey Geronimo
Sticky Fingers
Underlights
the Griswolds
Lime Cordiale!

Third Announcement

Battleships
Go Manson Go
The Vanns
Altitude
Syd Kids
Tired Lion
Blueberry Circuit

Homebake 2012 Comedy lineup – First Announcement

Tom Ballard
Heath Franklin’s Chopper
Mel Buttle
Benny Davis – The Human Jukebox
Cam Knight (MC)
Daniel Townes (MC)
Ronny Chieng
Matt Okine
Rhys Nicholson
Genevieve Fricker
Dave Williams
Nick Cody
Anthony Salame
Michael Hing
Nice Kicks – Steen Raskopoulos and Susie Youssef
Laura Hughes

Second Round Comedy Announcement

Housos
Tien Tran
Sacha Marx
Ray Badran

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