Southbound 2014 Lineup Expands With 10 New Names

If you were already exploding with excitement over the previous lineup announced for WA’s Southbound 2014, well, hold onto your hats because the ride isn’t over. Today organisers have revealed another list of artists that will be making the journey westward following NYE.

It’s difficult to see which of the below acts are technically spearheading the new announcement, given the abundance of high profile artists. Former Smiths member Johnny Marr is sure to be well up there, as well as The War On Drugs – always a crowd favourite – and The Paper Kites who will still be fresh from their debut album release.

Beloved natives Emma Louise, Violent Soho, Horrorshow, Hungry Kids Of Hungary and the prodigious Oliver Tank will also be performing. The full list of additions is below.

Already the lineup for the sister event of Falls was bursting at the seams with Vampire Weekend, The Wombats and The Roots confirmed as main attractions. Southbound, the sister event of the east coast’s Falls Festival, will next year be held over two days on 3rd and 4th January.

UPDATE 15/10: Just when you thought they couldn’t cram any more goodness in there, Southbound have today announced the full lineup for the Coconut Club dance stage. Get set to shake yo’ rump to Anna Lunoe, Purple Sneakers DJs, Sosueme DJs and Tyler Touche, joining local acts Boston Switch, Charlie Bucket, DJ Mandy Bubb with L.C.Drums, DJ Swami Adima, Frankie Button, The Housejunkie, Micah, Mutchy & LZ, Pussy Shoogah and Slumberjack. Happy new year, indeed.

Southbound 2014

Friday, 3rd January – Saturday, 4th January

Sir Steward Bovell Park, Bussellton

Tickets on sale now via Moshtix.

Southbound Festival 2014 Second Lineup Announcement:

Emma Louise


Hungry Kids Of Hungry

Johnny Marr

Oliver Tank

The Paper Kites

The Rubens


The War On Drugs

Violent Soho




Big Scary



Chet Faker

Crystal Fighters

Flight Facilities


Grizzly Bear

Hanni El Khatib


James Vincent McMorrow

London Grammar


Neil Finn




The Cat Empire

The Preatures

The Roots

The Wombats

Tom Odell

Vampire Weekend

Violent Femmes

White Denim

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