After its successful debut in 2015, Clarity Records have announced the line up and dates for A Day Of Clarity 2016. A some-what mini festival, the night features many terrific local and national artists across many of our favourite venues in the cities east-end including The Cranka, The Exeter, The Producers, Rhino Room and of course, Clarity Records store.
With Hard-On's headlining, the mini-festival hosts over 40 acts of different genres including Space Bong, Hightime, West Thebarton Brothel Party, Raccoon City Police Department and Dr. Piffle & The Burlap Band on 10 stages across the five venues. This exciting free event is being held on May 21st, check out the outstanding line up below and the Facebook event here!
Photos by Clarity Records
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