Summerdayze Festival 2012/2013 Lineup – Official Announcement

So, here we are guys. Running our eyes up and down another amazing lineup heading our way this summer. Organisers behind Summerdayze and Summerfieldayze have revealed their selection of some of the most in-demand, and heavily rotated, both on Radio and iPods, artists the world has to offer.

For a decade now, Summerdayze has proven time and again just why they’re considered to be the best New Year’s Day festival. Kicking off in a brand new year, the festival will be making the most of the summer weather, and that awesome chilled holiday vibe I think we’re all in need of.

The 2013 instalment of the festival will debut at Melbourne’s iconic Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Thursday, January 1, before relocating along the South Coast of Oz to Perth, via Adelaide.

The Chemmies will be top act this time round with a DJ set, much to the delight of pretty much everyone in the country, and with M.I.A, who wasn’t such a surprise, Mark Ronson, the always lovely Kimbra sharing stages with the likes of Pendulum’s new project Knife Party and Fedde Le Grand.

The lineup consists of live acts and DJ sets, not to mention our very own Stafford Brothers and Timmy Trumpet injecting some Aussie flavour into the mix.

More acts announced

Junior Jack & Kid Crème
Sam & The Womp
Andrew Wyatt (Miike Snow’s lead singer – performing with Mark Ronson)
John 00 Fleming
First State
Sun City
Stillwater Giants
Plus locals


The Chemical Brothers (DJ set)
Mark Ronson
Knife Party
Fedde Le Grand
Booka Shade
Eddie Halliwell
AN21 & Max Vangeli
Carl Craig 69 (Live)
Maya Jane Coles, Disclosure (Live)
Erol Alkan
Fake Blood
Adrian Lux
Breakbot Live
Hudson Mohawke
Icona Pop
Jesse Rose
Danny Daze
AC Slater
Stafford Brothers
Timmy Trumpet

Summerdayze hits Adelaide Monday 31st December Rymill Park.

The Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne on Tuesday January 1st.

Sunday 6th January @ Patersons Stadium, Perth

Tickets are available from the Ticketmaster from 9am Thursday September 20.

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