Despite Spring only just beginning, we’re already looking forward to Easter next year. Easter 2020 just got a whole lot more exciting with a music line-up at Under the Southern Stars Village, which will take place on Easter Monday. So far, the line-up features +Live+, Bush and Stone Temple Pilots, Rose Tattoo, and Electric Mary.
Before going to see these spectacular bands, here are some facts about them!
+Live+ are known to be one of the most beloved bands in the nation. Since their debut, they have had seven Top 5 albums in Australia, three which have topped the charts to #1 for a whopping total of ten weeks.
BUSH is also well-loved by the Australian audience, especially since the release of their debut album, Sixteen Stone in 1994. This album alone stayed on the Australian Top 50 for 43 weeks. In 2019, BUSH made a return with the track Bullet Holes, which is featured on the Hollywood blockbuster, John Wick 3.
Stone Temple Pilots is undoubtedly one of the biggest rock acts of the 1990’s with over 50 million albums sold.
Rose Tattoo, who have been playing for nearly 50 years, is another band that doesn’t need a detailed introduction. They are renown for their distinct pub rock sound.
Melbourne-based band, Electric Mary are legendary hard rockers that have shared the stage with many revered hard rock bands, including Whitesnake, Judas Priest, Deep Purple, Kiss, Alice Cooper, Motorhead, Def Leppard, and more.
However, don’t mistake this event for just a rock and roll music festival. Under the Southern Stars Village will feature a range of fantastic installations and a bunch of activities. There will also be carnival rides, local food vendors, and market stalls.
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