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Secret Garden Festival 2014 Second Lineup Announcement

The organisers of Secret Garden Festival 2014 have announced the second lineup of acts bound for the Downes’ dairy farm in Sydney next weekend, with DZ Deathrays, Joyride, Cosmo’s Midnight, Roland Tings, and King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard joining the festival’s giant roster.

These acts join an eclectic bill that already features indie heroes The Rubens, Papa Vs Pretty, and The Trouble with Templeton, as well as local electronic young guns Elizabeth Rose and World’s End Press, behind-the-decks action from Goldroom, singer-songwriter D.D Dumbo, and more.

Readers can check below for the full 2014 Secret Garden Festival roster, but if you’re after tickets you’re sadly out of luck, with this year’s event selling out within a mere five hours of going on sale, cementing Secret Garden’s status as one of Australia’s most popular boutique festival events.

Secret Garden is held on a sustainable dairy farm that has been owned and run by the Downes family over many generations. The Downes first opened up their gates to organisers and punters five years ago and their love for the event has seen them welcome them back every year since.

Secret Garden Festival 2014 Second Lineup Announcement

Ariane

Awesome Tapes from Africa

Blank Realm

Cosmo’s Midnight

Day Ravies

Del

Dusty Fingers

DZ Deathrays

Ernest Ellis

I Oh You DJs

Joyride

Ken Davis Ambassador For The Future

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard

Levins

Love Bombs

Mighty Mouse

Mike Who

Roland Tings

Roof

Shag

Shantan Wantan Ichiban

Slowblow & Softwar

Steve Smyth

Sweetie

True Vibenation

Wordlife (DJ Set)

Tyson Koh & Smokey LaBeef

Yo Grito’s Dance-Off!

joining…

Bloods

Client Liaison

D.D Dumbo

Donny Benet

Elizabeth Rose

Goldroom (DJ Set)

Lancelot (Live)

Little May

Nantes

Olympia

Palms

Papa Vs. Pretty

Richard In Your Mind

The Rubens

Ryan Hemsworth

Shining Bird

Straight Arrows

Sures

The Trouble with Templeton

World’s End Press

Saturday, 1st March 2014 — SOLD OUT!

Secret Garden Festival, Sydney

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