Southern Exposure is a special showcase of Australian music taking over Piano's in New York City this Thursday night, from 8pm to 3am, as part of CMJ 2014 - proudly presented by Australian publication the AU review and showing off some of the finest up-and-coming talent from the Great Southern Land. Today we're excited to announce the bands playing the event and the set times. Let's take a look at the bands playing the event:
Secret Garden Festival are bringing the whole crew back together in 2015. Next year is set to be the most diverse and adventurous weekend yet. Organisers have promised that the lineup will feature a swarm of new bands, some Secret Garden favourites, and a handful of exciting international acts.
Woodford Folk Festival returns for its 29th year this December with a vibrant and ambitious programme. They have just released their program and this year, the festival will feature more than 400 acts in 35 performance venues over six days and nights.
We're only one day away from the hotly anticipated Soulfest kicking off in Sydney, and then this news drops out of nowhere. Co-headliner and neo-soul legend D'Angelo will be performing a special sideshow exclusively in Melbourne. What's more is that the show will be an intimate affair with limited capacity to give lucky ticket holders a chance to really get the feel for his music.
The 2015 Adelaide Festival has once again pulled a huge punch and launched a program to be envied, with the full program launching in Adelaide this evening. From music to visual arts, from dance to theatre productions, David Sefton and his team have assembled some world class talent to converge on Adelaide's artistic hub from February 27th to March 15th.
Once again, Aunty Meredith delivers! The 2014 Golden Plains Nine line up just had its reveal online, with another cracker line up of Australian and international talent set to head to the Meredith Supernatural Ampitheatre in March 2015! The ballot of tickets is open now until 9:09pm on October 21st - be sure to get involved at www.goldenplains.com.au!
Antemasque should be getting a lot of people excited. The new band formed by Omar Rodriguez-Lopez and Cedric Bixler-Zavala is certain to be another addition to what has become quite the musical legacy the two have made between both At the Drive In and The Mars Volta. They will be making their live debut at Soundwave next year, but today have announced more details about their anticipated album, Antemasque.
The next Stranded line up is here, with some great acts set to join the already announced artists including The Kite String Tangle and KLP on Sout Stradbroke Island this November! Getting on a ferry out to the November 14th event, the G20 'public holiday' are:
A kickass local DJ line up has been announced for the Lost Paradise Festival at Peats Ridge this New Year's! The three day boutique camping festival is already boasting the likes of Boy & Bear, Alunageorge and Ball Park Music, but today the organisers have revealed the local producers and DJs set to also appear, along with stage takeovers which will take place at the festival too.
Well, this is pretty large, as far as additional line up announcements go. Bluesfest has always been known for bringing the artist announcements strongly, but their second round of acts revealed for the 2015 festival has gone and confirmed that once again, Bluesfest is set to be one of the festivals you're going to want to be at. Leading the charge is the first global performance of the reunited Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals, with their Bluesfest show being their only Australian gig for 2015.
After taking a year off, Melbourne's Sugar Mountain festival is back, bringing with it a massive expansion which will see a great range of artists perform on the day. Now bigger than the shoes built or it, the event will be moving from it's traditional venue of The Forum Theatre to the Victorian College of Arts (VCA) in Southbank, and it will certainly be needing the space with an ambitious line-up of music and visual artists planned.
The first set of Bluefest sideshows has arrived and it seems we’re in for a pretty impressive 2015 Bluefest Touring season! Fans in Melbourne and Sydney had best mark their calendar because some pretty astonishing talent is headed your way!
The first artists and early bird ticket details for the Big Sky Blues & Roots Festival have just been announced.
Armin van Buuren has announced a State of Trance Festival! For the first time ever there will be a celebration weekend instead of just a celebration tour! It will consist of festivals with multiple stages at places around the world, all planned for the next three years!
Mountain Sounds Festival has just announced that it will return next year after an amazingly successful stint in NSW earlier this year. The event is booked for Saturday February 21st 2015.