Imagine a whole day where you get to see stellar bands for FREE? Sounds like the best day ever, am I right? Well Clarity Records have got it all covered in one massive day for our Adelaide scene. A Day Of Clarity is a day where music lovers can come to together in the CBD and experience a festival of a mix of local and interstate bands, oh and did we already mention it was free?
Two parts of the lineup have already been announced and I don't know about you, but we're back-flipping with excitement. With acts like Hockey Dad, West Thebarton Brothel Party, Horror My Friend, Cosmic Psychos, Screamfeeder and Goon Wizard! It'll be a day of running around to some of the best live music venues Radelaide has to offer, watching some of the best bands perform their butts off and we don't know what sounds better than that.
This is A Day Of Clarity's third year running and its been a big success since its debut, this year is going to be a bloody ripper of a day and we can already feel the rush of the bass booming through our veins! If you would like to see the full lineup, check it out below and also keep your eyes and ears open because Clarity Records mentioned there might be a cheeky third announcement coming up soon.
Part 1 of the lineup
West Thebarton Brothel Party
Horror My Friend
She's The Band
Bec Stevens (band)
If I Were A Boy
+ Punk Ass Kids After Party
Part 2 of the lineup
God God Dammit Dammit
Juliette Seizure & the Tremor-Dolls
Last Days of Kali
Koral And The Goodbye Horses
Dom Trimboli And The Wizards
Paroxysm Press Spoken Word
All images via Clarity Records facebook and Photo Credit: Dave Court @YEWTH
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