Tickets are on sale now.
In its eighth year (or seventh?) following edition 6.5, Geelong’s Jerkfest has unveiled a lineup jam-packed with local and national acts for 2022, promising one epic day of being crammed to the ceiling and back with great bands and good times.
The key takeaways
- Anti Fade Record’s Jerkfest returns for 2022
- Jerkfest 7 features an immaculate lineup of underground punk and alternative acts
- The event goes down at The Barwon Club on Saturday, March 26
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For the uninitiated, Jerkfest is a local one-day festival held at the Barwon Club celebrating all things punk, shoegaze and psych. Each year the festival features a stacked line-up of bands, curated by Anti Fade Records founder and event organiser Billy Gardner.
Returning for Jerkfest 7, Gardner has crafted an immaculate lineup of underground punk and alternative acts, including many of who were featured at last year’s rescheduled event. We’ll be seeing the likes of Melbourne Afrobeat quintet and self-proclaimed “rogue operators” Bananagun, Melbourne pop-rock outfit Parsnip, post-punk trio MOD CON, Melbourne ‘supergroup’ of sorts Power Supply, and Ausecuma Beats, an epic nine-piece band featuring members from Senegal, Cuba, Mali, Guinea, Gambia and Australia. Bands coming from across the nation include Tasmanian exploratory post-punk duo the Native Cats, R.M.F.C from NSW and Brisbane-born anomalies Pious Faults. Check out the full lineup below.
Kicking off at midday and finishing up at 1am, there’s something for everyone here with genres ranging from Death Metal to Afrobeat and everything in between.
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Tickets are very limited and are on sale now (third release) so you better be quick!
It all goes down at The Barwon Club on Saturday, March 26. You can purchase your tickets here.