Adelaide will be embracing a new addition to the local circuit of gigs and festivals. Vision Festival has collected Adelaide’s best up-and-coming bands to give you a day of next level local music at Jive.
Not limiting the festival to one genre, Jonty Czuchwicki has brought together a variety of different local music communities to one festival. The line-up will include garage rock innovators West Thebarton Brothel Party, groove rockers Slick Arnold and many more.
West Thebarton Brothel Party
+ one lucky guest
In collaboration with MusicSA, Vision Festival is giving one lucky high school band the chance to open the all ages event. If you are in a high school band and want to enter, just follow the instructions here.
Vision Festival will be held at Jive on Saturday, September 26 from 12pm till 10.30pm. Tickets are available at Moshtix - we guarantee that this bad-boy is going to sell out!
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