Coloursound festival will bring four days of craft beer, music, food, and culture to Glebe (Sydney)

  • Chris Singh
  • March 2, 2016
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Towards the end of this month, Glebe will be turning into a hub of live music, craft beer, food, and culture as debut concept Coloursound Festival takes over from March 24th to 27th. That’s four days of seriously good times, organised by local Joshua McBeath in partnership with vinyl, burger, and beer joint The Record Crate aimed at bringing more life to Glebe Point Road with over 70 performances across 13 of Glebe’s best spaces.

A whole team of indie bands, artists, and local businesses have come on board to ensure this whole thing is done right, offering locals and visitors a huge range of entertainment from Staves Brewery hosting a craft beer showdown with giveaways from Merchant, Feral, Badlands and Nomad, to a photography exhibition, zine fair, designer markets, and even a comedy festival gala. Markets and live art installations will also feature across the four days.

Bands set to perform in spaces around in The Record Crate’s upstairs live room include Terrible Truths, Contrast, and Hideous Towns, all from Victoria, kigo from Brisbane, and locals Buzz Kill, Dead Radio, Mere Women, and more.

Some of the strip’s best restaurants will be getting involved by offering discounts and specials throughout the festival, with staples like Flying Fajitas Sisters and Thievery putting their hands up.

Tickets start at $5 and go all the way up to $75, which will grant you all-access to everything during the festival, including all the bands that will be playing above The Record Crate. For more information head to Eventbrite.

Coloursound Festival

Dates: Thursday March 24th to Sunday March 27th
Locations: The Record Create and surrounds
For updates head to the Facebook event page HERE.

Via Concrete Playground.

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Chris Singh

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

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