This March, Geelong will become the home to folk, roots and indigenous musicians when the music community gathers for The ExChange, the International Folk Music Conference which will elevate Australia’s independent folk music community.
Shedding the Blues aimed to shine some light on those who have concluded a majority of their time on the workforce, or are approaching such a time. With the aid of music, it connects several men to unite, discuss as well as create music.
Engraving his name into that A Day On The Green alumni list for a second time, and debuting at Geelong’s Mt Duneed Estate, is Sir Rod Stewart who will be making his way to Australia in October.
Bringing a slab of iconic acts to the stage, this year’s festival boasts Aussie legends Gang of Youths, The Cat Empire and The Veronicas.
Following on from legendary performances at Falls Festival this summer and two places in the triple j hottest 100 (‘Maybe You Know’ #61 and ‘Teach Me About Dying’ #50), Holy Holy have just announced a regional tour of Australia this April, including a stop at the iconic Torquay Hotel.