Here’s Your Chance To Go Skydiving With SAFIA At Southbound

You’d be hard-pressed to find a native trio rising at a meteoric pace quite like SAFIA. The band have set airwaves on fire and torn up stages nationwide and that’s before they even released their debut album. You could even say, the band is currently somewhere in the stratosphere right now. And, well, they want you to join them.

SAFIA dropped Internal back in September, and have spent much of the time since bringing the release to life at various events, whether it be in a headline capacity or otherwise. Things don’t seem to be cooling down, either, with a batch of festival slots set for summer including a cheeky stint at Southbound, and they want you there also.

This is why we, the band and the festival have teamed up with Skydive Geronimo to give 1 lucky fan the chance to win the ultimate experience – a chance to skydive with SAFIA and also catch their set at Southbound. Of course, they can’t just leave you high and dry while you’re there – the winner will also score 2x Happy Camper tickets to the fest.

So, to reiterate, the winner of the competition will win:

– 2 x Happy Camper tickets to Southbound 2016

– 1 x Skydiving passes

– Transfers to and from Southbound site to Busselton Airport

We will keep this one nice and simple for you. To be in the running, simply describe, in 25 words or less, why you should get to skydive with SAFIA at Southbound. Entries are open to those 18+ and must be in by 5:00pm AEDT Friday, 16th December. After which winners will be contacted. Keep in mind that the winner and their guest will need to organise their own travel to and from the festival.

Plummeting back down to reality will be a tough high to fix, but that’s nothing that some killer live sets from SAFIA, San Cisco, Hermitude and The Smith Street Band won’t cure.

To go in the running, simply fill in the form below and head here to read the Terms and Conditions.


Southbound 2016

Tuesday, 27th – Thursday, 29th December 2016

Sir Stewart Bovell Park, Busselton

Tickets: Southbound Festival

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