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Brissie Fave Red Deer Festival Drops “Astronomical” 2017 Lineup

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Brissie’s favourite weekend sleepover Red Deer Festival is returning in 2017 for another romp and it’s just dropped a top-notch lineup.

This year’s BYO bash will be headlined by Aussie faves The Preatures and The Kite String Tangle, who top an impressive lineup of locals including surf quartet Band of Frequencies, alt-rock groovers Shag Rock, neo-roots trio The COOL CALM, and dirty-dance duo Mezko.

The “astronomical” first announcement of acts also compliments this year’s “space oddity” theme, with punters encouraged to dress up on the day.

“We always strive to curate a line-up that’s musically diverse, featuring artists of national acclaim as well as shining a light on both local and interstate emerging talent,” says festival co-founder Bas Pelly.

“This year’s festivalgoers, or ‘astronauts’ if you will, can look forward to beautiful ballads, energetic roots, and rollicking tunes, before The Kite String Tangle and The Preatures bring the house down with two very different, entertaining sets.”

Red Deer Music & Arts Festival 2017 will stage its seventh annual adventure on Saturday, October 14th at Mount Samson, with regular crowd-pleasers including Fashions On The Field, sack races, art installations, food trucks and BYO booze & couches all making a comeback.

More acts are set to be announced in the coming weeks so stay tuned.

In the meantime, catch all the details below.

Red Deer Music & Arts Festival 2016
Tickets available now.

The Preatures
The Kite String Tangle
Band of Frequencies
Shag Rock
Leanne Tennant
Fire and Whistle Theory
Josh Mcnz
Natalie Welch
Mitch Baskerville
Red Deer Residence: The Lyrical, The Dashounds, DJ Blake Thompson

+ More TBA

Saturday, 14th October
Mt. Samson, Brisbane
Tickets: Eventbrite


Red Deer Music and Arts Festival 2017 First Lineup Poster

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