FBi SMACs Festival announce last minute line-up addition, new food outlets, and rave cave

Sydney’s first local music festival of 2016 will be taking place this Sunday 10th January at Carriageworks. As part of Sydney Festival, the FBi SMACs will using the renowned art precinct for a massive display of local talent across various styles of music and art, bringing in the likes of Future Classic‘s Wave Racer, hip hop stalwart Tuka, singer-songwriter Dustin Tebbutt, and Auspol party starter DJ Albo for a celebration of Australian music.

Now, FBi have announced that the final addition to the music program will be DJ, vocalist, songwriter, and producer Anna Lunoe, a name that should be well known to long-time FBi supporters and Australian music lovers. Over the years, Lunoe has grown immensely both at home and overseas, playing at the likes of Coachella and TomorrowWorld, so this would be a good chance to check out how refined her sound has become.

In addition to the stacked music line-up on the main stage, those heading along will be able to go deep into the FBi Click Rave Cave presented by MoVement, boasting the likes of Black Vanilla and Wordlife amongst others, with an AV set up by festival favourite Ego.

Sticking with the delicious trend of higher quality festival food, FBi have managed to rope in excellent food truck Monster Rolls, which will be delivering locally sourced, free range slow-cooked meat rolls and salads, alongside Brickfields, fresh-focused Fella, and Italian BBQ Molto Benet from the discerning Donny Benet.

Tickets to the festival are $49+bf ($39+bf for FBi Supporters) and are available HERE.

FBi SMACs Festival
Sunday 10 January 2016, midday-10pm
Carriageworks, 245 Wilson Street, Eveleigh


Wave Racer
Cosmo’s Midnight
Dustin Tebbutt
Anna Lunoe
Vallis Alps
Black Vanilla
Dro Carey
Hockey Dad
Shining Bird
The Walking Who
Holy Balm
B Wise
World Champion
Sampa the Great
Polish Club
Moonbase Commander
Coda Conduct
Gideon Bensen
Adi Toohey
DJ Albo

Supported by The Keir Foundation

Bhenji Ra
David Capra
Hissy Fit
Lewis Doherty
Michaela and Claudia Gleave
Rosie Deacon


Monster Rolls
Molto Benet


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Chris Singh

Chris Singh is the Deputy-Editor-At-Large of the AU review, loves writing about travel and hospitality, and is partial to a perfectly textured octopus. You can reach him on Instagram: @chrisdsingh.