Perisher Snowy Mountains of Music festival
Perisher Valley, Perisher
It does not get any better than this on a Friday night, or any night, in Sydney. With some different or possibly new songs to my ears this evening, The Tide were riding it high as usual.
On Saturday morning as country towned folk helped their mere city settling neighbours to erect brand new tents with no instructions and missing parts, bonds were formed and free drinks were earned.
A bright, sunshiny day with everyone from babies to baby-boomers enjoying some quality live music.
King Tide flourishes each time they hit the stage.
King Tide get better with each installment and this record is certainly their best to date.
A hint of summer was in the air on Saturday night at Transit Bar when Sydney's King Tide floated in on a wave of horns and feel good reggae beats.
King Tide pummeled the crowd with their beat and forceful sound on Saturday night at The Gaelic Club. Playing well over 20 songs on the evening, Tony, Paul and the band were in excellent shape and form.
Those mighty Kings of rebel music, King Tide, are back for one of their electrifying live shows. Don't miss this night of skank as this nine piece jam down, uptown rebel all star juggernaut mash up the Gaelic!
Sydney's very own reggae royalty goes head to head with Melbourne's newest groove merchants over 2 big nights to celebrate the opening of Sydney's newest live venue. Sonar - at Luna Park opens its doors for the first time on Thursday November 15.
The second round of confirmed acts for Island Time 2007, Australia's finest Reggae, Soul and Dub music festival held on Stradbroke Island Oct 19th - Oct 21st have been announced - joining the likes of the Black Seeds and Rastawookie will be King Ti