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Vagabond Music Festival


Sat 8 Jun 2013, 12:00pm–12:00am
Sun 9 Jun 2013, 9:00am–12:00am
Mon 10 Jun 2013, 9:00am–12:00pm

Where: Kangaroo Valley, 531 Mount Scanzi Road, Kangaroo Valley, Shoalhaven

Restrictions: 18+

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $75.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: adam56

From Lollapalooza to Kangaroo Valley. International line-up launches Vagabond Music Festival.

Four years in the making, the inaugural Vagabond Music Festival kicks off on 100 acres of farmland at ‘The Old Fruit Orchard’ in NSW’s Kangaroo Valley this Queens Birthday long weekend, June 8-10 2013.

The inaugural line-up is headlined by Chilean turntable genius DJ Sien who has finally made it to Australia after touring the globe performing at the world’s biggest festivals including Lollapalooza.

Also featured in the line up are Guineafowl, The Bedroom Philosopher, Fishing, Luke Million, Bec Sandridge, Lurch and Chief, The Money Go Round, APES, Dylan Hill, The Cadres, Bell Weather Department, The Dead Heads, Jacobide, Psychlops Eyepatch, Pro/gram, Hubert Clarke Jnr w/Prof. Jacob Porter, plus more.

The 18+ event includes camping on the farm which was once a fruit orchard tourist farm. A 2-hour drive from Sydney and Canberra, the sublime Kangaroo Valley and its quaint township in the Shoalhaven Region of NSW are a part of the appeal of the festival along with the distinctive features of the farm with its natural amphitheatres, high sandstone escarpments and wide valley views. It’s fair to say there has never been a backdrop quite like it.

The festival is the fulfilment of a four year dream of 30 yr old Adam Taylor. “Four years ago I stood on my granddad’s old farm and thought what a great spot this would make for a music festival. After more work than I could have ever imagined, I’m ecstatic to finally launch the inaugural Vagabond Music Festival with a line-up that I can’t wait to see”, said Adam.

Farm owner 83 year old Ray Harrisson always hoped the farm would stay in the family he just never imagined it would be like this – Vagabond will be Rays first ever music festival, an experience he will share with 3000 of his young grandsons “closest friends”.

Vagabond is proud to confirm that a portion of proceeds will be going to Mission Australia’s Creative Youth Initiative.

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