ATTENTION MELBOURNE: The Pier Street Party is back for its second year.
The Getaway Plan
\m/ Bring it \m/
And they’re regional!
A new tour for an old classic.
Whether it was hello, goodbye (again) or something in between, it was an absolute blast to witness Alexisonfire back on stage in Melbourne.
“There really is a sense of camaraderie found at Unify that’s different to other festivals”
Their first Aussie shows since 2012.
In horse racing parlance, a ‘dark horse’ is a horse that emerges from a pack of more fancied competitors to claim unexpected victory. If The Getaway Plan was a racehorse, they’d be the ‘community syndicate owned’, 50-1 battler bolting away to win the Melbourne cup, and their third LP Dark Horses would be both the
The Getaway Plan aren’t getting away from touring any time soon, with the Melbourne rockers dropping a metric shit ton of extra dates on top of their already-fairly-epic national album tour. To celebrate the forthcoming release of their third studio LP, Dark Horses, the foursome have added an extra 11 shows to their monster gallop
Melbourne rockers The Getaway Plan have finally announced the release date of their third studio album, Dark Horses, and have also announced another national tour. Dark Horses will finally arrive on 3rd July, and will end the band’s streak of almost five years without a new release. The album is the first Getaway Plan record
Melbourne alt-rock band The Getaway Plan have locked in a mammoth 2015 national tour for January, May and June. The tour will see the quartet road-testing new material in capital cities and regional centres around the country. Former Getaway Plan drummer Aaron Barnett officially left the band in early 2014, and in July the group
Melbourne outfits The Getaway Plan, Saskwatch and Fraser A. Gorman are amongst the recipients of the latest round of Arts Victoria grants which will provide $1.4 million to artists and arts organisations across the state. The State’s Minister for the Arts Heidi Victoria today announced the VicArts Grants program, revealing that The Getaway Plan will
Melbourne post-hardcore outfit The Getaway Plan have taken to their Facebook page to officially announce the departure of drummer Aaron Barnett. The news comes a month after the band announced the cancellation of the first two weeks of their current tour due to “internal factors.” “At the beginning of the year TGP made the decision
Melburnian post-hardcore champions The Getaway Plan have announced the cancellation of the first two weeks of their upcoming ‘Mirrors’ tour, in which they were set to tour through Victoria, playing such rooms as St Kilda’s famous Espy. The band cited “internal factors” as the cause. “Due to some internal factors within the band we have
In one fell swoop, Australian post-hardcore figures The Getaway Plan have announced that they will be parting ways with their management, their record label and their bassist, though it appears the various splits haven’t slowed them down any, promising fans new material and a tour in the coming months. In their Facebook post, the band
With just over one week to go, Brisbane’s Live It Up under 18s festival has released the final timetable for their day of teenage madness at RNA Showgrounds, and with but two stages to choose from you’re unlikely to miss out on much, with the likes of The Amity Affliction, Northlane and The Getaway Plan
I wish they had all under-18 gigs like this when I was younger. The Amity Affliction has been announced as the headlining act for the debut gig from Live It Up Music Festival. Taking place in Brissy, the maiden fest has unleashed a weapon of a lineup. As well as Amity, Aussie hip hop don
It wasn’t so long ago that The Getaway Plan did just that: devise a method of escape from dealing with the demands of success or perhaps more accurately, excess.
Brace yourselves! Organisers of Newton’s Nation – Australia’s largest action sports and music festival, held atop of the iconic Mount Panorama in Bathurst – have just announced the awesome line up of a new generation of rock and hip hop artists, DJs and electronic acts for its fourth annual festival – and it’s massive! Festival-goers