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FBi Radio Turns 15 With Insanely Huge Mini-Festival

Sydney’s best independent radio station is turning 15. FBi Radio—the city’s pinnacle for pioneering the latest, greatest and newest underground and unsigned music the country is currently producing. To celebrate, the kind folks are giving with a massive, one-day mini-festival-slash-birthday bash!

Topping the bill are bands who’ve been apart of the station’s history—bands who’ve championed and the station and vice versa. Headliners Cloud Control will be performing a one-off special show alongside the year’s best new act, Tropical Fuck Storm. Not to mention CC:DISCO, Sampa The Great, Miss Blanks and JAALA.

Other highlights on the bill include newcomer e4444e, Divide & Dissolve, Party Dozen, Clypso, Body Type, Kwame and many more. Taking place on Saturday November 3 at Manning House, the mini-festival will stretch across three stages. Keeping in the spirit of FBi Radio, the festival—much like the station itself—will have your new and favourite acts play across the day.

Since its first broadcast in 2003, FBi Radio has tirelessly championed Sydney music, arts and culture, delivering great radio on the daily to listeners across the city and beyond. The acclaimed station—enjoyed by hundreds of thousands of people around the world each day—has launched the careers of many Australian acts who’ve moved onto bigger worldwide stages.

This is absolutely something you Sydney-siders can’t miss. Be sure to grab your tickets HERE and celebrate the reverie of Sydney’s greatest radio station, FBi Radio. Scope the full lineup below.

FBi Radio 15th Birthday Lineup Announcement

Cloud Control
Tropical Fuck Storm
Sampa The Great
Miss Blanks
Body Type
Andy Garvey
Divide & Dissolve
Jensen Interceptor
Adi Toohey
Party Dozen
Slim Set
DJ Plead
Freda & Jackson
Spike Fuck
Board Shorts
Maia Bilyk
Heaps Gay DJs

Written by Jake Wilton