Punk Ass Kids have been supporting the local Adelaide music scene since 2013, with weekly gigs at Rocket Bar; creating a place where live music goers and rock and roll enthusiasts can go and see up and coming local talent.
The first of its kind, Winterfest will feature DZ Deathrays who have recently conquered Australia, Europe and the States, supported by local rockers Grenadiers, psych rockers Jungle City and punk boys, Dead End Friends. Guest DJ sets from Horror My Friend and Young Offenders will follow.
Not only will there be live music, but Winterfest will have a freakin’ pinball machine, live tattooing, the Punk Ass piñata and the Sailor Jerry Airstream.
Doors at 8pm, with tickets only purchased at the door. We advise you get in early and guarantee yourself a spot because this is a show not to be missed!
$20 GA or $15 on a promoters list.
Rocket Bar and Rooftop 142 Hindley Street, Adelaide 5000.
Facebook Event for more details: https://www.facebook.com/events/1670628429840924/
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