Oh yeah. For the fourth year straight, good ol' BOOGIE has reached it critical mass at the box office and sold out just ahead of this weekend's extravaganza at Tallarook. With a host of fine talent including internationals Endless Boogie, Kitty, Daisy & Lewis, Tony Joe White and Tav Falco Panther Burns and local superstars from the Henry Wagons big band event, Hillbilly Killers, Velociraptor and so much more, BOOGIE 7 will indeed be another very special trip for all concerned.
With just over five weeks to go until the gates swing open at ANZ Stadium for the first ever STONE Music Festival and Billy Joel and Van Halen’s ONLY Australian performances, which will be full, greatest hits sets, the anticipation here at STONE HQ is growing by the day and we’re excited to announce some new developments that are helping to build this baby into the biggest and best Festival experience for everyone to enjoy!
If you’ve been doing a whole lotta thinkin’ about going to Bluesfest, then we suggest you do a whole lotta doin’. With headliners Ben Harper, Robert Plant, Paul Simon, Rodriguez, Iggy Pop and Jason Mraz on the bill it’s time to make up your mind and stop procrastinating because tickets have started to sell-out.
What started as an idea to put some great bands on and create Brisbane's best 18 & under music event has gotten out of hand. We admit it. Hell, we even told you we'd done our final announcement.
Red Deer Music & Arts Festival is set to Ignite its Fourth Grassroots Celebration on Saturday 7.09.2013
With discounted early-bird tickets now on sale, Red Deer Music & Arts Festival is set to ignite its fourth grassroots celebration on Saturday 7 September 2013, and excited punters are preparing to return to Samford Valley for another euphoric display of music, arts and community spirit.
Over 70mm-100mm of rain has been dumped on Doomben Racecourse flooding parts of the Future Music Festival. With no let up in sight of this terrible Brisbane weather reports of stages being closed, sets canceled and people being carried out shivering are leaking out of the festival. Like all good festivals The show must go on and the rain has not scared away punters who have paid there hard earned money to see some of their favourite bands.
For the many who will be attending Future Music at Doomben Racecourse this Saturday, one crucial decision will have to be made; Aviici, Bloc Party or The Prodigy?