Your Legen-dairy 2020 Groovin The Moo Lineup Is Here

Australia’s biggest and best(est) touring regional festival, Groovin The Moo, has once again hand picked the cream of Australia’s crop together for one hell of a moo-sick lineup to herd around the country. We knew Dope Lemon, AKA Angus Stone, was performing from what he let slip on social media a few weeks ago. But today was the full official announcement on triple j’s breakfast … Continue reading Your Legen-dairy 2020 Groovin The Moo Lineup Is Here

Good Things Revs Up with Killer Lineup

Good Things Festival has announced 2019’s starting lineup and, well… start your engines, Australia! First, is the incredible ire driven by Parkway Drive, fresh from headlining major European Festivals and now headlining their first ever Australian touring festival playing their only Australian shows for 2019. It’s been three long years for fans, but the wait is finally over… in joint pole position is the degenerates … Continue reading Good Things Revs Up with Killer Lineup

You’ll Cry If You Miss Spilt Milk Tix

Back in April, US megastar Khalid announced a tour of Australia with some mysterious Canberra and Ballarat dates without venues… Mystery solved today with Spilt Milk‘s epic line up announcement. Ol’ mate Khalid has been officially confirmed, along with CHVRCHES, Kota Banks, Illy, Middle Kids, G Flip, Ocean Alley, Dune Rats, Golden Features, Confidence Man, Tones And I, Allday and plenty more you’re sure to … Continue reading You’ll Cry If You Miss Spilt Milk Tix

Land Of Plenty Announces Full 2019 Lineup

The complete lineup for Shepparton’s Land of Plenty 2019 has finally been revealed! Having already announced Illy, Briggs, Tones and I, Slowly Slowly and a heap of other stand-out acts, LOP has today added festival co-headliners & triple j hottest 100 winners Ocean Alley, rising DJ /surfer (and social media dominator) Alex Hayes, masked mystery dance act Moji, ‘Pick of the Crop’ winner Charlie McCosh, a specially-curated performance by Yorta Yorta artist DRMNGNOW and … Continue reading Land Of Plenty Announces Full 2019 Lineup

Scene & Heard Festival Drops Killer Nostalgic Lineup

Last year saw the debut of Newcastle festival Scene & Heard, which was basically a mini resurrection of Homebake or Livid festival featuring some of their best alumni – The Living End, Spiderbait, Something For Kate, Killing Heidi, Skunkhour, Dallas Crane, Sneaky Sound System and Front End Loader. This year’s festival already promised to be bigger and better, with the announcement that the event would … Continue reading Scene & Heard Festival Drops Killer Nostalgic Lineup

Yours & Owls Lineup Features Best of Oz

From a backyard gathering to a local institution, Yours & Owls Festival has escalated into a must-attend event on the national festival calendar. An event that showcases Wollongong at its finest, the beautiful beach side location, the wildly-diverse line-up, close to 70 acts, across four stages, the celebration of local talent and that unshakeable feeling that you are part of something bigger. Set to take … Continue reading Yours & Owls Lineup Features Best of Oz

First Lineup Announcement for New All Ages Festival

When Shepparton’s brand new all-ages 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 one 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. Headlining the … Continue reading First Lineup Announcement for New All Ages Festival

River Sessions Drops Biggest Line-up Yet

River Sessions Music Festival has dropped their biggest line-up yet, with an impressive array of Aussie talent gearing up to take the stage in Mackay on Saturday 29 June. Amy Shark (pictured) leads the wave of talent, followed closely by The Rubens, Illy, Middle Kids, Skeggs, LDRU, Stand Atlantic and Alice Sky. With an impressive selection of the best Aussie talent, this year is shaping up … Continue reading River Sessions Drops Biggest Line-up Yet