Recognised as the city of churches, Adelaide is becoming the city that never stops giving to music fans. The exciting mini-festival A Day On The Grid announced they'll be dropping by this October to party. Presented by The Generator Party, The Sinking Teeth, Coopers and Golden Arrow, the mini-festival (which also visits Melbourne) presents a lineup that boasts some of SA's best, with the addition of interstate friends.
It's super easy to dismiss a festival as alright, but this impressive line-up includes some of our favourites, favourites who have been killing it on a local and national scale. Finishing a string of tours earlier in the year, it feels like forever since we've seen emo tunes from the boys in Raccoon City Police Department who will be headlining the festival, followed by the ever-busy Horror My Friend who are taking on Australia with a string of extraordinary tour and festival dates (Yours & Owls Festival, Pity Sex, Hockey Dad, Columbus, Hot Freaks). Self described as puke punk, The Sinking Teeth have been working hard on this incredible show whilst readying for Hot Freaks Festival and WAAX's single launch, whilst Adelaide's Sleep Talk recently finished their first national tour. The multi-genred line up guarantees an electrifying day and night as punters will be greeted to a range of emo, melodic hardcore, alternative indie, SKA and punk rock tunes. Kicking off at 2pm, the show promises food and drink specials, DJ's in the beer garden, and plenty of good times. Tickets are on sale now via Moshtix.
WHERE & WHEN:
ED CASTLE, OCT 8th
RACCOON CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT / HORROR MY FRIEND / THE SINKING TEETH / SLEEP TALK / HAVE/HOLD /YOUNG OFFENDERS / JUNGLE CITY / THE SAXONS / LARSEN / PEMBERTON
Images via Lewis Brideson & A Day On The Grid
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