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SUMMADAYZE | the AU review
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SUMMADAYZE

Live Review: Summadayze - Rymill Park, Adelaide (31.12.12)

A brigade of bum shorts and nipple singlets greet you at the gate. Hoards of face-chewers are cheering and dancing to Jay-Z tracks playing between sets, completely oblivious to the big names about to grace the stage. As the sun goes down and the chilly night air hits, the punters begin to further undress; tying their singlets around their waists, imitating a bizarre 90s trend. The portaloos fill with girls re-applying their heavy eye makeup and excessive bronzer, sharing obscene tales about their day and duck-facing to document the adventure. Meanwhile, international guests perform to shallow crowds, urging them to applaud. No, you have not accidentally entered some eerie alternate universe music festival, this is Summadayze.

Festival News: Soundwave, Laneway Festival, Field Day, Future Music Festival and more!

In this issue: A slew of artists set for Soundwave sideshows, Holy Other & High Highs announce Laneway Festival sideshows and much more!

2013 Summadayze Line Up Announced; The Chemical Brothers, M.I.A to Headline!

Summadayze has been rcognised as one of the country's best NYE festivals and it isn't hard to see why. Year after year, the festival has brought some of the best international acts to Australia and has provided the opportunity for some brilliant local talent to do their thing on stages across the country, to some of the biggest festival crowds Australia has been known to produce.

Festival goers ring in 2012 at events across Australia.

Gotye - Copyright Nick Lalak for the AU review

As we hit the second day of 2012, we take a look back at how hundreds of thousands of music fans around Australia brought in 2012 through a string of events on New Years Eve and New Years Day.

Festival Updates: Peats Ridge, Sydney Blues & Roots, Big Day Out, Woodford Folk, Falls Festival, Summadayze, Between The Bays and Harbour Party NYE.

Over the last few weeks, a pile of announcements have been made about events and festivals around the country. Here’s a round up of all the latest news - including the massive announcement from Peats Ridge Festival that they will be streaming the entire event live - a first in Australia!

the AU interview: Radio Slave (Brighton via Berlin)

Originally from Brighton and now based in Berlin, acclaimed techno producer and DJ Radio Slave aka Matt Edwards, is returning to Australia in the New Year, for shows as part of Summadayze and a stint at Space Ibiza at Greenwood Hotel in Sydney on New Years Day. While Matt was in Mauritius (it's a hard life), he spoke to Larry Heath about the tour and more...

You're touring around the world at the moment, how has it been going?

Summadayze Melbourne announces second round of artists

Nervo, Ruby Rose, Radio Slave, Andy Murphy, Ajax plus over 80 of Melbourne’s finest just added!

Summadayze sells out their first release of tickets

Summadayze, Australia’s favourite and most established New Year tour, travels from Adelaide to Melbourne, Perth and the Gold Coast (Summafieldayze).

Tickets went on sale to the general public yesterday, selling through first release within a matter of hours!