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Newtown Festival 2014 Lineup Announcement

The artist lineup for the 2014 instalment of Sydney’s beloved Newtown Festival has been announced, bringing punters one of the event’s most impressive rosters in recent memory. Highlights of the bill include Deep Sea Arcade, Straight Arrows, Sleepmakeswaves, Bloods, Astronomy Class, and more.

With an expected attendance of 80,000 eager punters, the festival’s stellar lineup will be spread across five stages, showcasing a wide variety of Sydney’s best live music and entertainment. The eclectic selection of bands illustrates why Newtown Festival is a landmark event on Sydney’s cultural calendar.

When you’re not out enjoying the lineup of great acts, the festival also provides entertainment and activities in the form of roving performers, garage sales, and the popular Writers’ Tent, as well as the Festival Dog Show, Vocal Local Village, Kids Zone, Live Art Hub, Bike Boulevard, plus much more.

The festival is presented annually by the Newtown Neighbourhood Centre, with a view to raising funds to support its work with the local community. Punters are able to attend for a simple gold coin donation, with funds going directly towards programs at the centre which help vulnerable and disadvantaged locals.

Readers can view the full lineup below or head over to the official Newtown Festival website for more info. In addition to being a proud local community event, Newtown Festival is also bottle water free, with festival crew, bands, volunteers, and attendees alike all using the free refill stations available at the venue.

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Newtown Festival 2014

Deep Sea Arcade
Sleepmakeswaves
Straight Arrows
Astronomy Class
Bloods
Daily Meds
Donny Benet Show Band
Day Ravies
Richard In Your Mind
Tigertown
The Fabergettes
E A S T
The Lulu Raes
Brave
Skyscraper Stan
The Morrisons
Fat Yahooza
Big Blind Ray
The Brassholes
Dusty Ravens
All Our Exes Live In Texas
+ many more

Sunday, 9th November 2014
Camperdown Memorial Rest Park, Sydney

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