As summer and the new year are slowly approaching, naturally the annual Aussie dance festival known as both Summadayze and Summafieldayze are gonna get peeps even more anxious for the nice hot weather and summer loving to start. (What the difference between Summadayze and Summafieldayze is, if any, seems unknown.
The beautiful beach town of Port Macquarie will soon be preparing itself for the herds of music lovers from all across Australia to catch this year’s Festival In The Sun in December. Patrons can camp out there for the festival’s two day duration to have their own private quarters amongst all the other peeps coming to singalong to all the rad music playing. It’s BYO alcohol too
Held in beautiful, picturesque parklands of Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane, Harvest Festival is in only its second year, yet has still managed to get a top lineup to get everyone grooving. With both international and Aussie acts performing out in the outer suburbs of Oz’s major cities that are barely part of the cities, getting such internationally renown acts
With so many small towns scattered across Australia, Lorne and Marion Bay should consider themselves very lucky that they get to enter the new year with something as awesome as the Falls Music and Arts Festival every year.
Both festivals run simultaneously, swapping line-ups over different days.
Though many readers of this website are probably too young to like or even know who some of these bands are, those who do enjoy ’80s Aussie rock will be stoked about this year’s lineup for A Day On The Green. With all their gigs taking place at wineries, you can just imagine all the gorgeous views of green meadows to admire while hearing the tunes of yesteryear.
Oh my freakin’ God! Aussie rock festival Soundwave have just announced their lineup for their 2013 shows, and it looks amazing! I know that’s a huge call to make considering other big festivals like Parklife, Stereosonic and Big Day Out have got top lineups too, but what can I say, I’m a rock fan through and through.
Released months earlier than in previous years, the 2013 line up for the mother of Australian music festivals The Big Day Out has been revealed. Though there aren’t as many Aussie acts on this year due to BDO’s cutting costs, it is still one heck of a line up.
If only the astronaut monkey who’s BDO’s mascot would
Like it’s fellow Aussie counterpart Parklife recently did, Stereosonic has announced its lineup for its 2012 shows in December. This year’s summer event is sure to yet again kick arse and get the ravers of Australia losing their shit to the beat when the DJs they know and love spin that vinyl like crazy.
At long last, Australian ravers can stop the guessing games as to who will be playing at this year’s Parklife, as all has finally been revealed. You can now stroll through that grassy knoll to where the extremely loud electronic doosh doosh music is coming from and know who the hell is playing!
There are literally hundreds of different music festivals which take place every year, all over the globe. Ranging from folk music to hip-hop to dance, in deserts to grass-land. However, there are a handful which truly supersede the expectations of greatness. A handful which we should all add to our bucket lists.