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Sprung Hip Hop Festival 2012 Set Times Announced

Written by Mike Hohnen on October 15, 2012

Sprung Festival is shaping up to be an absolutely unforgettable day for Aussie hip hop. And to ensure that day runs smoothly, organisers have now unveiled the set times, a map of all the hot spots, and a new name performing on the day.

Taking out top place in the triple j Unearthed Sprung competition were Brissy lads Mr Hill & Rahjconkas. In return for writing great music, as well as creating a strong grassroots following, the pair have been rewarded with a slot on the day, performing at 2pm on the Outside Stage. Mr Hill & Rahjconkas will be joining TZU, Kerser and Hilltop Hoods, who are also locked in to perform at the fest.

Set times and map (thanks to Triple J) are all pretty cruisey to get your head around. With only two stages to run between – Outside Stage and Inside Stage – you should get maximum viewing time in your day, with minimal lost time strolling around.

You can check out the set times below, and click here to check out the map. While the times are probably going to be subject to change on the day, you can safely plan your Sprung Festival on the below schedule.

Sprung Hip Hop Festival
Saturday, 10 Nov
RNA Showgrounds, Brisbane

Gates Open 10:30am

Outside Stage
11:35am – Real Talk (Emcee Comp)
12:10pm – DWIZOFOZ
12:45pm – Deathstarrs
1:20pm – Kudos
2:00pm – Mr Hill & Rahjconkas (triple J Unearthed Winners)
2:50pm – Bam Bam
3:35pm – Seven
4:30pm – Evil Eddie
5:40pm – Spit Syndicate
6:50pm – Kerser
8:00pm – Bias B

Inside Stage
11:00am – Mase-N-Mattic
11:50am – Briggs
12:40pm – The Tongue
1:30pm – Seth Sentry
2:20pm – Mantra
3:10pm – Vents
4:10pm – TZU
5:15pm – Thundamentals
6:20pm – Pez
7:30pm – Illy
8:40pm – Hilltop Hoods

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