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Live Review – Field Day 2015 – Sydney Australia

Review by Scott Singh
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To welcome in the New Year, it was time to visit The Domain for an experience like no other for a little festival known as Field Day. Built upon a great line-up that blends international superstars with homegrown heroes, there is no better way to start the year than partying along to your favourite hits of 2014, with new and old friends.

With a blaring sun beating down upon a sea of hung-over punters, many took refuge in the shade as they checked out the earlier offerings of the festival. Unearthed winner Moon Holiday eased onlookers with her blend of wisp vocals and chilled tones.
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The Falls Music & Arts Festival 2014 Line Up & Ballot!

falls 2014Get up on this! The Falls Music & Arts Festival’s line-up is here, coolin’ by day then at night workin’ up a sweat! As 2k15 beckons so too does the sparkle of champagne salutes, New Year’s resolutions and Falls Festivals’ rolling-amphitheatre-dancefloors. Appynewyearbrother.

For those ready to cut shapes it’s time to start planning your summer getaway today. Right now. Falls will be laying out more party for you to play out with Byron now extending to a four-day show! Slow clap it out.

Start bundling your ca$h and enter the ticket ballot via fallsfestival.com before it closes on Monday August 25! Packing their aqua socks and swimmin’ britches to meet you on the sunny coastal shores of all three venues will be…
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Live Review: Good Vibrations Festival 2010 – Gold Coast

Photo Gallery: Good Vibrations Festival 2010 – Gold Coast, QLD

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[Photo: Cody Alexander]
  Review by:
Cody Alexander

Gold coast Parklands once again played host to the Good Vibrations Festival and all its followers this February. The party had already begun before the gates opened; with crowds of revellers sipping away on their hip flasks and discussing their plans of attack for the day ahead.

With the gates open the party officially kicked off with a cruisy set from the aptly named Cool Calm Collective on the Roots stage. Continuing the relaxed start to the day were Tijuana Cartel on the main stage where a large crowd gathered, in all their costumed glory, to witness a set that evolved from an impressive acoustic flamenco demonstration to a full blown aussie hip-hop act. Such a diverse act couldn’t have been more appropriate for such a diverse and amped crowd; leaving everyone buzzing in anticipation for Bluejuice.
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