Alongside the good times, great music, a sweet program of workshops, morning yoga, volunteering spirit, and splashing around in the river, it’s a festival which places a particular focus on sustainability and does so in more ways than one.
Mental health challenges can affect anyone in the community and developing the knowledge, skills and confidence to support a friend, family member or co-worker experiencing a mental health challenge, is invaluable.
Fresh from unleashing a row of smashing sets at Splendour in the Grass and a couple of packed venues in Sydney and Melbourne, British pop-punk heartthrob Sam Fender slowed down to chat about his debut album, Hypersonic Missiles.
“Geelong has always been so supportive of my music from the very start and I hold the town very close to my heart for that reason.”
Hailing from New Zealand, Swamp Thing’s energetic live performances are re-known for inspiring concert goers to dance and have fun while showcasing a wealth of musical experience and engaging their audience at all times.