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Mountain Sounds Festival 2014 Drops First Lineup

Written by Sarah Bella on January 9, 2014

The new kid on the festival block, Mountain Sounds, has dropped a first lineup announcement today that shows they’re not messing around, with the boutique affair attracting the likes of Cosmo’s Midnight, Jinja Safari, Snakadaktal and Emma Louise.

The super smooth lineup also includes The Holidays, Ball Park Music, Softwar, Sticky Fingers and a veritable plethora of other tasty indie outfits. There’s also plenty of DJ action to help you get your boogie on, with both the Midnight Juggernauts and Canyons providing a set, as well as festival favourites Yacht Club DJs and Yolanda Be Cool.

The first ever Mountain Sounds is set to take place at Mt Penang Gardens on the Central Coast of New South Wales on Saturday, 15th March, with limited first release tickets on sale now.

Mountain Sounds Festival 2014

Saturday, 15th March
Mt Penang Gardens, Kariong
Tix: Ticketbooth

Ball Park Music
Beni
Canyons (DJ Set)
Cosmo’s Midnight
Emma Louise
The Holidays
Jinja Safari
L D R U
Midnight Juggernauts (DJ Set)
Snakadaktal
Softwar
Sticky Fingers
Wordlife (live)
Yacht Club DJs
Yolanda Be Cool

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