Tag Archives: THE DOMAIN

Live Review : Birds of Tokyo + Dustin Tebbutt at Spectrum Now Festival – The Domain, Sydney – 11 March, 2016

Reviewed by Meghan Player
Birds of Tokyo at Spectrum Now Festival - The Domain, Sydney - 11 March, 2016 Photographer:  Meghan Player

Spectrum Now Festival has been playing to its strengths in 2016, with a vast array of music, entertainment, talks and exhibitions being held across various locations in Sydney. The creation of the Big Top in The Domain has been one such highlight, showcasing some of the finest Australian acts for each night of the festival.
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News : Spectrum Now Festival at The Domain, Sydney – March 2016

BOT Photographer Kane Hibberd
Sydney, Australia: Spectrum Now Festival @ The Domain announces the delicious food and drink on offer throughout the festival, a selection of top-notch artists and nightly house bands have been added to the bill.
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Live Review : Mumford & Sons | Gentlemen Of The Road | The Domain, Sydney – November 14, 2015

Photos and review by Meghan Player
Mumford & Sons  | Gentlemen Of The Road | The Domain, Sydney

It’s been a long-time between drinks for Australian fans of Mumford & Sons, and with today’s Gentlemen of the Road stopover rolling into town, the festival has pulled out some of the most impressive acts of recent times for one big day of music.

Thankfully, the less than ideal weather does little to dampen the early punters enthusiasm, with Brisbane’s, Art of Sleeping first up on the bill.
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Field Day 2016 Drops Stellar Line-Up!

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Fuzzy, the team that brought you some of Australia’s best music events, including Listen Out and Harbourlife, is excited to announce the line-up for Field Day 2016:
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Live Review – Field Day 2015 – Sydney Australia

Review by Scott Singh
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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