New Aussie Music Festival Announced, Kimbra & Lana Del Rey To Headline

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New Aussie Music Festival Announced, Kimbra & Lana Del Rey To Headline

Missed out on Splendour In The Grass tickets? Thought all the cool bands were bypassing Adelaide this year?

Well think again because this year Adelaide is getting its very own slice of Splendour In The Grass action in the form of a brand new music festival, aptly titled SPIN OFF.

The inaugural SPIN OFF festival will feature exclusive Adelaide appearances by international acts LANA DEL REY (in her debut Australian show!), UK rockers BAND OF SKULLS and Brooklyn-based buzz band FRIENDS.

The festival is rounded out by the hottest acts in Australia right now, including world beating sensation KIMBRA, Bloc Party’s new favourite band LAST DINOSAURS, young punks and all around trouble makers BLEEDING KNEES CLUB, internationally hyped trash-pop duo DZ DEATHRAYS, eternal party starters YACHT CLUB DJ’S and next big things THE RUBENS.

And with tickets priced at only $99, Adelaide music lovers need no longer travel across the country to catch the best Splendour In The Grass has to offer. They can watch it from their very own backyard!

Launched as a joint venture between Splendour co-promoter Paul Piticco and Adelaide company 5/4 Entertainment, SPIN OFF will take place on Saturday July 21st in the Jubilee Pavilion at Wayville Showgrounds.

It’s also potentially the spoiler that derailed plans to hold the On The Brightside festival in Perth this year, a festival that has previously taken a number of the Splendour acts and showcased them in the West.

Spin Off Festival 2012
Proudly presented by Tone Deaf

Lana Del Rey
Kimbra
Band Of Skulls
Friends
Last Dinosaurs
Yacht Club DJs
Bleeding Knees Club
DZ Deathrays
The Rubens

Saturday 21st July 2012
Jubilee Pavilion, Wayville Showgrounds
Tickets: $99

Tickets on sale Wednesday 16th May from Moshtix


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