They say some of the best line-ups are those furthest away, and Tassie has just launched a ripper of a festival. Til The Wheels Fall Off are back for a third year of partying with an all-Aussie lineup.
Taking place over 3 days and 5 shows, the mini-festival will take place at The Launceston Workers Club in Tasmania. Rumour has it flights are pretty cheap at the moment... Tickets went on sale 9am this morning, and are limited to 200 weekend passes. Check out the line-up below.
Luca Brasi / Bodyjar / Hockey Dad / Ceres / Trophy Eyes / Clowns / Grenadiers / The Hard Aches / Alex Lahey / The Scandal / Fear Like Us / TV HAZE / Hannahband / Knife Hands / Hyder Seek / Slowly Slowly (acoustic) / Jess Locke / Isaac Bowen / Lilyana Sanoe / ISLA KA
Images via Til The Wheels Off & Luca Brasi
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