After a 5 year hiatus from visiting South Australia, The Kooks are returning to SA as the headliner for Beach Life Festival at Glenelg. Beach Life is a new, one-day festival happening on the 28th December. Head on down to the Glenelg foreshore at Jimmy Melrose Park for a night of sunset sing-alongs and a collation of Australia’s best musical talent.
The Lineup for the one-day festival is more than impressive. With The Kooks headlining the day, the Brit indie pop group are supported by Australian gems Winston Surfshirt and Last Dinosaurs. Combined with Adelaidian treasure, MANE, this day will be much better than the average afternoon at the beach. Remember to keep an eye on this lineup, as there will be more acts released soon.
The Kooks are coming in support of their newly released album, Let’s Go Sunshine (2018), an electric album with lots of upbeat grit. In combination with their old classics such as ‘Naive’ and ‘She Moves In Her Own Way’ from their infamous Inside In / Inside Out (2006), it can be expected that their set will be the perfect combination of nostalgia and fresh new sound to take us through the night.
Not only will this be a musical experience, but Beach Life will have a selection of foods from Filipino Project and Beach Burrito, as well as beers and ciders to cool off in the arvo. So slip slop slap, grab your tickets here, and come dance in the sunset to the angelic sounds of the Kooks as you fall in love at the seaside.
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