Good vibrations for the ‘bool

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Good vibrations for the ‘bool

Prepare yourself for a weekend of sensory overload. Non-stop dancing, music of all genres, art installations, food trucks, and delicious cocktails are all on the Goomfest 2 menu.

Set on a picturesque farm in Wangoom, 10 minutes outside Warrnambool, the festival brings together alternative up-and-coming musical acts and artists. The two-day camping festival allows for bring-your-own food and glass-free drinks and has been a popular inclusion into the growing south-west music and creative scenes.

Festival director Samuel Pyers is thrilled to bring Goomfest back for its second year.

“We aim to create a space to expose the community to the world-class artists and musicians in the area,” he said. “Our main goal is that people leave feeling inspired. I’m looking forward to grabbing a cocktail and having a boogie.”

Join musical acts Antiphon, Dumb Punts, Dr Sures Unusual Practice, Smarts, Aika, School Damage, Auntie Leo and the Backstabbers, Girlatones, Andre Agony and Boolumwal Gulka alongside DJs Jim Westlake, Rukkus, AOTS, DJ Carly, DJ Co-Dee and DJ Life Admin. Cake Industries, Virus Sound System and D.I.Y. HiFi will create their masterpieces throughout the day.

Goomfest 2 runs from January 18-19.

But wait, there’s more.

Client Liaison are taking their DJ decks and off-white limousine all the way to the south-west to celebrate the January long-weekend.

The ultimate party popping duo have a catalogue of funky tracks up their flared sleeves and will take to the Warrnambool CBD stage on January 26.

Client Liaison’s recent release Champagne Affection has already become a firm favourite on dance playlists alongside their hits The World Of Our Love, Feed The Rhythm and Survival In The City.
Organised by Raglan Presents, a Warrnambool group aiming to raise the profile of music events in the south-west, the seasoned performers will be joined by an array of local DJs throughout the day.
Supporting the band iconic for their preservation of Australian identity are a swag of south-west DJs including Angus McKinna, Corey Ryan, Daniel Johnstone, Good Intentions, Toby Timms, DJ Carly, James Kol and Dizzy Daryl.

Harvey Miller and Monte Morgan will bring their DJ-ing skills to Warrnambool for the car park party with limited tickets are still available to the Raglan Presents Client Liaison (DJ Set).

This is definitely one summer dance party you don’t want to miss.


Written by Kim Price