Good news music lovers of Radelaide, Swirl Fest will be returning for its second year on the 13th January 2018 after much success in 2016. The all ages event managed to raise an impressive $2000 for RECLINK Australia, a charity supporting disadvantaged youth.
Organised by Swirl Records, a local independent record label specialising in psychedelia and rock music Australia wide, Swirl Fest is set to take over the Ed Castle - so don’t miss out!
If you’re a fan of Tame Impala, Aussie legends of the psychedelic rock sound, you’re sure to enjoy what Swirl Fest has lined up for you. Across two stages, the best local acts, as well as three interstate touring acts, the Ed will come alive with psychedelia. Garden stage headliners will be the all female Sydney based band Body Type, while the indoor stage will play host to Melbourne headliners the Flyying Colours who sold out their Crown and Anchor tour earlier this year.
Supporting these huge names in the psychedelia and rock scenes will be local talents including Zen Panda, WORKHORSE, It’s a Hoax, Neon Tetra, and Sweater Curse, another interstate band hailing from Queensland.
Watch this teaser sample of Flyying Colours to see what Swirl Fest has on offer:
To find out more about the event and the full line up, check out the event page on Facebook here, go ahead and click attending while you’re at it!
Header Image via Swirl Fest '18 Facebook Event.
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