Flinders Uni has brought out the goods for all new and returning students by bringing The Rubens to town, making it the place to be for O'Week festivities in 2016. Having taken top spot in Triple J's Hottest 100 for 2015, it's a shocker that The Rubens will be coming to SA twice in two months, with the band also set to feature in this years Groovin' The Moo lineup.
Also coming to O'Fiesta are several Triple J Unearthed talents such as Northeast Party House, Thelma Plum, KLP and Adelaidian rock set Babes Are Wolves.
O'Fiesta tickets are an alarmingly low, $15 for students and $30 for general admission. Of course, there's a sneaky $4 booking fee, but the tickets can be picked up in hard copy from the Flinders University Student Association offices if you're living on the cheap. You can purchase tickets from Moshtix here.
The party kicks off Friday 26 February at 7pm at the Flinder's University Humanities Courtyard.
When: Friday 26 February, 7pm
Where: Flinders University Humanities Courtyard
Price: $15 for students, $30 for general admission
Header image via The Rubens official Facebook page
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