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Sounds Of The Suburbs


Sun 27 Sep 2015, 12:00pm–9:00pm

Where: Wilbar Lane, Wilbar Lane, Cronulla, New South Wales

Restrictions: 18+

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  • General Admission: $59.00 ea
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Sounds of The Suburbs 2015 will play host to international acts The Garden (USA), White Fang (USA) and The Memories (USA), presented by Californian cult record label Burger Records.

Brisbane indie duo Holy Holy lead the Australian contingent of the line-up touring their highly anticipated debut album. Joining themare deadbeat legends Drunk Mums, rising punks Skegss (fresh off stage from this year’s Splendour In The Grass), rockers The Lazys and FBi Radio darlings, Ruminaters, while emerging local hip hop star Citizen Kay will be adding some urban brass to the mix.

– Full Line-up –
Holy Holy, The Garden (USA), White Fang (USA), Drunk Mums, The Memories (USA), Citizen Kay, Skegss,The Lazys, Food Court, The Pinheads, The Dandelion, Mesa Cosa, Letters To Lions, Zefereli, WOD, Betty & Oswald, The Ruminaters, Dumbpunts, Wash, I Am Apollo, Cubans In Whistler, Uncle Axle

Jammed into a Cronulla laneway between an art gallery and a Mexican restaurant, the unique and intimate festival is providing one of Australia’s most interesting and genuine music experiences. Still just a baby, Sounds was conceived and brought to life by young culture injectors and independent art gallery, Space 44. just a few short years ago. Following the ripping events of 2013 and 2014 it is quickly becoming a favourite of Sydney’s young music and art crowd.

This year it’s again locked in for a sunny spring Sunday – September 27, 2015.

With music across three stages, bigger/better art installations, and food and drink provided by on-location Mexican restaurant El Sol, Sounds of The Suburbs 2015 has all the warm and scuzzy vibes to mark the perfect start to Australia’s festival season.

Sounds of The Suburbs takes place at Wilbar Lane Cronulla, Sunday, September 27 2015.
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