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HARD ROCK PRESENTS 600 SOUNDS TO THE GOLD COAST

The Armor All Gold Coast 600 promises to be a motorsport and music extravaganza! Gold Coast, QLD 22-24 Oct 2010

The Hard Rock brand has once again confirmed its support for international and Australian artists, announcing its support of ‘600 Sounds’ – part of the Armor All Gold Coast 600 – today.

The music festival will feature 16 international and Australian acts including Ian Carey, international legends the Beach Boys, Empire of the Sun and Sneaky Sound System at the Broadwater Parklands across three nights October 22-24 as part of the Rock N Race format of the Armor All Gold Coast 600.
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The Beach Boys to Headline 600 Sounds Music Festival!


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The Armor All Gold Coast 600 promises to be a motorsport and music extravaganza! Gold Coast, QLD 22-24 Oct 2010 Click Here for Tickets

International music stars The Beach Boys will head up the newly named 600 Sounds music festival – part of the Armor All Gold Coast 600 – with a special appearance this October.

The 600 Sounds festival, an integral part of the three days and nights of the Armor All Gold Coast 600 (Friday October 22 to Sunday October 24) already boasted a massive world-class line-up of Australian and International artists prior to today’s announcement. Continue reading

2009 BIG DAY OUT – SECOND ANNOUNCEMENT

Roll up! Roll up! Rock ’n’ roll ringmaster SERJ TANKIAN has donned his top hat and will be cracking the whip at BIG DAY OUT 2009. The System of a Down front man has gone solo with the multi-layered album Elect the Dead. Backed by his band the FCC, TANKIAN’s show is a vaudevillian explosion – part comedic, part heart-attack serious. A showman like no other, SERJ TANKIAN is guaranteed to bring the drama at BIG DAY OUT this summer.  (ALL SHOWS)

Dropkick Murphys
BIG DAY OUT is dedicated to providing good times. And to help us do this in 2009, we’ve called on the band dubbed Boston’s answer to the Ramones – the legendary DROPKICK MURPHYS. This loud, raucous and chaotic seven-piece Celtic punk combo hits the stage with one goal: to play music that creates an all-for-one, one-for-all environment where everyone is encouraged to participate, sing along, and have a good time. Sounds good to us! So let the good times roll with DROPKICK MURPHYS at BIG DAY OUT 2009. (ALL SHOWS)

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BIG DAY OUT 2009 – Official First Announcement

BIG DAY OUT 2009
THE OFFICIAL FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT


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With the global economy on the brink of collapse, what better time to ask people to hand over their hard earned money to escape the world for a day.

And who better to prove to you that investing in music is safer and returns much more than banks any day: the man who has seen it all, Neil Young.

This is a proud moment for BDO. After 17 years of producing the most dynamic, entertaining and challenging event we possibly can, this year’s shows promise to stand out from all others.

From the dynamic sounds of Arctic Monkeys or the lush depth of TV on the Radio to the wealth of great local talent or the welcome return of the Prodigy, the world’s biggest travellin’ circus will be once again back on the road next January.

We are also working on making sure the Melbourne site is green, has shade and offers the level of enjoyment you deserve. Drought or no drought.

So come and join us for just one day. We hope the first announcement will satisfy your musical needs, but for those who need more, there will be a second announcement in November…

 

BIG DAY OUT is honoured to announce the arrival of one of those rare modern musicians for whom the term “legend” is more under than over-statement: NEIL YOUNG. At a prolific phase of his 40-year-plus career, YOUNG is leading his band through eclectic set lists, picking from 2008’s Chrome Dreams II, delving into classics like Hey Hey, My My, and venting his activist’s spleen on Let’s Impeach the President. Witness the many faces of a true rock icon, NEIL YOUNG at BIG DAY OUT 2009. All shows

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