Wasted Wanderers, Nakatomi, Cabin Cults and more announced by Music SA for local Clipsal 500 slots!

The winners of Music SA’s Bands on Track competition, run each year in conjunction with the Clipsal 500, have been announced today! 134 applications were submitted by local bands to be in with the chance of opening one of the three nights of live music Clipsal programs, this year to feature the likes of Peking Duk, Rob Thomas, Sneaky Sound System and more.

Nakatomi and Cabin Cults will be opening for Peking Duk, Sneaky Soundsystem, Slumberjack and Benson and Keyes on the opening night, March 4th, while Koral and the Goodbye Horses and Glass Skies will be on support duties for Icehouse and The Church on March 5th. Supporting Rob Thomas, Pete Murray and The Black Sorrows (featuring Vika & Linda Bull), will be the Wasted Wanders and Thom Lion & The Lion Tamers on March 6th!

Music SA’s General Manager Lisa Bishop says of the bands chosen to perform this year, “Bands On Track and the Clipsal 500 Adelaide provide a brilliant opportunity for great South Australian talent to support internationally successful artists with award winning careers. It’s going to be an unforgettable weekend of live and local music.”

For more information on the Bands on Track initiative and Clipsal, head HERE and HERE. Congratulations to the bands selected this year!


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