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Rock-It Festival 2012 lineup

Back in April when the Black Keys tour was announced the Perth date revealed that after a brief hiatus the Rock-It festival would be making a comeback in October. Now we can announce who will be joining the world beating, Nickelback and Van Halen hating Black Keys on the lineup at Joondalup Arena on Sunday 28th October.

The local additions to the festivities are headed by The John Butler Trio and Birds Of Tokyo with able support from the likes of The Panics, Lanie Lane and Last Dinosaurs, while the lineup in the ‘world famous Kongs rock and roll shack’ features a fantastic collection of bands including Royal Headache, The Kill Devil Hills and Graveyard Train.

With the promoters never wavering from their motto: “Easy to pee, easy to see, easy to hear and easy for beer” the festival has been a firm favourite among Perth music lovers, and occasionally taken place twice in the one calendar year.

Debuting in 1999 with Silverchair, Powderfinger and Beaverloop on the lineup, Rock-It has taken place sporadically over the last 12 years and featured some huge names along the way, including: Green Day, The Foo Foghters, Oasis and The Kings of Leon, who headlined the last event in 2009.

Rock-It Festival 2012 line-up:
The Black Keys
The John Butler Trio
Birds of Tokyo
The Panics
Lanie Lane
Last Dinosaurs
San Cisco
Abbe May
Royal Headache
Graveyard Train
Brothers Grim
The Kill Devil Hills
The Toot Toot Toots
Emperors

Rock It Festival
Arena Joondalup, Perth
Sunday 28th October

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MorningAfterboy

MorningAfterboy said on the 29th Jun, 2012

Actually a sick lineup. Looking forward to Becks complaining about it.

Stefan Beck

Stefan Beck said on the 29th Jun, 2012

Ahaha!

Please see other thread.

grattan

grattan said on the 29th Jun, 2012

Mainstage lineup for the newer fans who got into the Black Keys once Triple M discovered 'em; shack stage for the fans of the older rougher bluesier stuff.

Should work pretty well.

Stefan Beck

Stefan Beck said on the 29th Jun, 2012

I'm pretty upset that they didn't use the giant gorilla on the poster as an excuse to advertise the festival as a "kongcert".

RAMONESelaar

RAMONESelaar said on the 29th Jun, 2012

Shack stage is the tits, rest of the day looks pretty average.