Good Vibrations Festival is an annual event started in 2004 by Justin Hemmes and Jam Music. The festival originated with a belief in high standards, and it’s certainly lived up to this calling. Each year, it tours four states of Australia, finding locations in the most beautiful areas such as botanic gardens and other green areas, to bring Australia top-of-the-line acts. In the past, fans at the Good Vibrations Festival have enjoyed the likes of James Brown, Snoop Dogg, The Killers, Scissor Sisters, Deadmau5, Calvin Harris, and many more artists.
"We will not be going ahead with the Festival this year."
Despite a difficult year in 2011, Good Vibrations boss Justin Hemmes has confirmed that the festival will be back on the events calender late next year.
Sunday, 20th of February 2011, the final day of the Good Vibrations tour in a cool overcast Perth was the day the music lovers won.
Gumboot weather didn't deter punters from a fun day of pop, hip-hop and adventures through New AmErykah.
Phoenix frontman Thomas Mars booked some time with FL to talk about relocating to New York with Sofia Coppola, the changing landscape of the music industry and what’s next for Phoenix in 2011.
The official set times for Good Vibrations have been released, revealing that soul-stirrer Aloe Blacc has been drafted in to replace Janelle Monae.
Janelle Monae has joined Cee-Lo Green by ditching her Good Vibrations tour tour to play at the Grammy Awards ceremony.
Cee Lo Green has cancelled his Australian tour, choosing to attend the Grammy Awards ceremony rather than play at Good Vibrations.
They cancelled their appearance at this year’s Splendour In The Grass festival at the last minute, but pop duo The Ting Tings will return early next year.
Fat Freddy’s Drop, Bag Raiders and a roll-call of hometown favourites have been added to the Good Vibrations lineups.
Good Vibrations will not be adding a flood of sideshows to the summer schedule.
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