Secret Sounds presents… HEAPS GOOD A brand new festival in the heart of Adelaide Featuring Arctic Monkeys, Peggy Gou, CHVRCHES, Jamie xx + loads more Friday 6 January 2023 | Adelaide Showground Tickets on sale from 9am local Thursday 2 June
ICONIC FESTIVAL ONE ELECTRIC DAY RETURNS IN 2022 WITH FIVE MASSIVE SHOWS ACROSS AUSTRALIA
SUZI QUATRO, NOISEWORKS, THE ANGELS, BABY ANIMALS, THE SCREAMING JETS & CHOCOLATE STARFISH
Over the past decade, One Electric Day has solidified its reputation as one of Victoria’s favourite one-day music festivals. Every year the show at Werribee Park sells out in a matter of minutes. This year, organisers are not only excited to be able to take the popular event interstate again for a run of shows, but have also announced an international headliner for the first time in the festival’s history. Headlined by the Queen of rock n roll herself, Suzi Quatro, with a massive line-up that includes Noiseworks, The Angels, Baby Animals, The Screaming Jets and Chocolate Starfish, the 2022 One Electric Day is the biggest yet. With shows in Victoria, South Australia and Queensland, tickets are guaranteed to sell fast.
I must be honest; this is one event I have been looking forward to for a long time. This festival has been on fans’ lips for over eighteen months. A sell-out confirmed this day would be enormous, and I was excited to be a part of it.
Driving down to what was a hometown gig, I was full of excitement. Nobody parties like a country crowd, and boy, was this a long time coming. From the beginning, I must compliment the promoters’ commitment to bringing this event to the town; after two years, who would not be excited.
July 29 – August 1, Ross River Resort, Central Australia
Unstoppable BLACKEN OPEN AIR Returns with Full Force
How far would you go to attend a heavy metal camping festival in the heart of Australia? How about a 40,000 km return trip, nearly the circumference of the globe? For American tech death titans, REVOCATION, this is the insane itinerary! Traveling all the way from Boston, Massachusetts, REVOCATION are making an exclusive headline appearance at BLACKEN OPEN AIR.
With little over a month to go until the highly anticipated Goulburn Valley Country Festival, organisers have announced the final release of tickets for the April event. Headlined by Lee Kernaghan, with Brad Cox, Casey Barnes, Felicity Urquhart, Andrew Swift and The Davidson Brothers, plus many more incredible artists, the inaugural festival promises to be a jam-packed day of country fun. To get music fans ready for the day, organisers have also confirmed the playing times, with the gates opening at 11am, an official Welcome To Country at 11.30am and live music commencing from 11.40am. The music will continue all day with Lee Kernaghan taking the stage at 8pm to wrap-up the evening.
With just over two weeks until the 2021 Airlie Beach Festival of Music starts, the main stage line-up has been set, day tickets are on sale from today, and music lovers from far and wide are being offered an extra incentive to buy a three-day pass.
To kick things off at the official showcase, Friday’s line-up features Hussy Hicks, Busby Marou, Sarah McLeod, Russell Morris, and Butterfingers.
Saturday’s headline acts are Alex Lloyd, The Jingo Brothers, Toni Childs, The Wayward Suns, Viper Syndicate, and The Angels.
On the Main Stage on Sunday are Rick Price, Lucy Gallant, Kieran McCarthy, Troy Cassar-Daley, and Australian icons John Schumann (Redgum), and Shane Howard (Goanna).
ULTIMATE AUSSIE ALT ROCK FESTIVAL SPRING LOADED SET TO THRILL AUS WITH NINE COLOSSAL SHOWS IN 2021
After the blockbuster success of the inaugural festival in Queensland pre-covid, Empire Touring is elated to announce Spring Loaded is back and larger than ever, declaring a triumphant return to live music with nine festival dates set to rock around Australia in a bid to pay homage to some of the country’s most beloved festivals gone by including Big Day Out and Homebake. With a colossal lineup dripping in 90s Aussie alt rock nostalgia, 2021’s shows boast a haul of the decade’s most celebrated acts, including Grinspoon, You Am I, Regurgitator, Jebediah, Magic Dirt, Frenzal Rhomb, Custard, The Fauves, The Meanies, Tumbleweed, Screamfeeder, Caligula and MC Lindsay ‘The Doctor’ McDougall.
ILLY, BRIGGS, ALEX THE ASTRONAUT, SLOWLY SLOWLY, TONES AND I, AND MORE.
Shepparton Showgrounds on Saturday 2 November 2019
When the brand new LAND OF PLENTY festival was announced two weeks ago we were promised some of ‘Australia’s Hottest Bands’ and they’ve certainly delivered with part 1 of their stellar line-up. All of this plus art displays, carnival rides, food trucks, market stalls, and, rumour has it, there is still a second headliner, more acts and DJs yet to be announced. Continue reading Festival News : Land of Plenty Festival 2019 Line-up Announce! (Part 1)→
Angus & Julia Stone · Peking Duk · Alison Wonderland
Jungle Giants · Methyl Ethel · Ocean Alley · Hockey Dad · D.D Dumbo · Middle Kids · Cub Sport
Alex the Astronaut · Alice Ivy · Big White · Boy Toy · Clews · Dear Seattle · Destroyer · Didirri · E^st · Fritz Hellions · Jack River · Jess Locke · Johnny Hunter · Liars · Listener · Luca Brasi Maddy Jane · Mallrat · Mere Women · Mezko · Moaning Lisa · Nyxen · Obscura Hail · Pist Idiots · Polaris · Press Club ·Psychedelic Porn Crumpets · Rolling Blackouts Coast Fever · Step-Panther · Stonefield · The Vanns · Tiny Little Houses · Touch Sensitive · Tropical Fuck Storm · Tumbleweed · Yahtzel (Live) · You Beauty
+ PLUS MORE Continue reading 2018 Yours and Owls Festival Lineup→
Another resounding success for the Groovin The Moo machine as it landed in Bendigo on Saturday. The day started well with unusual warm weather and a bumper crowd all 22,000 of them confirming another sell out to this ever increasingly popular festival. Although predominantly catering for the teens to twenties there was also a fair bit of grey in the crowd validating the popularity of diversity in the lineup, essentially there was something on the bill for everyone. Continue reading Live Review : Groovin the Moo – Bendigo, VIC – Saturday 5 May 2018→
Isabella Raco, Whitehouse Institute of Design, VIC
Lisa Liu, University of Technology Sydney, NSW
Lucie Martyr, University of Technology Sydney, NSW
Lucy Dickinson, RMIT, VIC
Madeleine Jost, RMIT, VIC
Mikala Tavener Hanks, University of Technology Sydney, NSW
Rachael O’Brien, University of Technology Sydney, NSW
Rachel Louey, RMIT, VIC
Shaydn Gill, Whitehouse Institute of Design, VIC
Tess Tavener Hanks, University of Technology Sydney, NSW
Xiangqiao Sheng, RMIT, VIC
Yael Frischling, University of Technology Sydney, NSW