Southbound, like all great music festivals, brings people together, creates friendships and uses music to build new memories.
It was a long day for Golden Era, beginning with a Pop up shop and BBQ at The Gov, run by members of the GE Family including the Funkoars, K21 and more.
Since announcing their Speaking In Tongues tour in April, the Hoods have been selling out shows faster than they can spit rhymes, and Thursday night at the UC Refectory was no different with support acts Briggs and Horrorshow.
The Hilltop Hoods and their full stage show hit Challenge stadium for a night of beats, tight rhymes, a little slap and tickle, a Horrorshow and all out love in for the genre of hip hop.
The next batch of acts for the Falls festival 2012 lineup has been revealed with another seven acts joining the New Year’s Eve festivities.
Hilltop Hoods deliver some classic Australian Hip-Hop to Brisbane on their second stop on the Speaking In Tongues tour.
Sprung announce a massive lineup and venue change for their 2012 festival.
The last GTM in Bunbury was made of mostly comeback acts who've been dearly missed by everybody who kept grooving through the ice cold night in singlets and shorts.
This year Canberra celebrated Mother’s Day in a with the fourth leg of *Groovin’ The Moo*, at the University of Canberra. Once again gracing the nation’s capital for its fourth year, the line up of some of the finest local and international acts inc
Kaiser Chiefs headed up a stellar line up at Groovin the Moo, Bendigo - an entirely successful and enjoyable event full of ripper sets.
Two of the local drawcards on this year’s Splendour in the Grass bill have announced a run of sideshows.
Hilltops return to Capitol to show the Perth fans there's still love on a big night out. For two near-on sold-out nights, Capitol was packed full of baggy jeans and Golden Era shirts.
Groovin’ the Moo delivers its biggest international lineup (so far).
Rock! Rock! Rock! And... Kanye West. Melbourne's Big Day Out sizzled (literally) and acts like Soundgarden and Kasabian delivered solid, energy-fuelled sets the crowd lapped up.