Jebediah Head Dragon Club Series in Torquay This Easter Long Weekend
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27.03.2024

Jebediah Head Dragon Club Series in Torquay This Easter Long Weekend

Jebediah, Image Credit Taj O'Halloran
Words By Staff Writer

The inaugural fundraising event takes place at Torquay Surf Life Saving Club across the weekend with a stacked lineup.

Presented by Moon Mother Productions and Turner Events, The Dragon Club Series is an enormous Easter long weekend of music, food and drink, and surfing, with indie darlings Jebediah at the helm of the celebrations.

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A fundraiser event for the Torquay Life Saving Club, the Dragon Club Series kicks off Good Friday, 29 March with a multi-dimensional event Track Party, seeing DJ’s, live bands, performers, pro surfers and prize give-aways blend together in a whirling overload of the senses. The Goons of Doom, DJ Eddy and Purple Disturbance get things cooking on the stage whilst Feed Me Surf Coast, Blackmans Brewery, FlowState Distillery have the food and drinks sorted.

Beloved Perth band Jebediah, responsible for 90’s anthems ‘Leaving Home’ and ‘Harpoon’ and 2011’s Kosciuszko track ‘She’s Like A Comet’, leads a solid lineup of artists for an all-in celebration on Saturday 30 March, including Bags VS DK (bliss and Eso), Durrt, Hazel Ray Band and Coastal Sounds DJ’s.

Jebediah’s headline slot for the 6 PM until midnight event comes ahead of their new album release on 12 April titled OIKS,¬†with lead singles ‘Rubberman’ and ‘Motivation’ already making the rounds.

It’s the first show for the Kevin Murphy led group since Spring Loaded in February and their run of Good Things festival appearances closing out 2023.

They will be backed up on Sunday evening by locals The Kite Machine alongside fellow locals Savage Honey, DJ Eddy, Deporsal, Daniel Aaron and Insufficient Funds.

Tickets for the three day Dragon Club Series can be purchased via Moshtix here.