UNIFY FOREVER HAS BEEN POSTPONED TO OUR BACKUP WEEKEND OF
THURSDAY 10 - SUNDAY 13 MARCH 2022
UNIFY Forever will unfortunately not be going ahead this January and will instead take place on our previously announced back-up weekend of Thursday 10 March to Sunday 13 March 2022.
With the rise in COVID positive cases and the impact this is having on the healthcare system and staffing levels, we received critical advice yesterday from key stakeholders, including emergency services, that the resources required to run UNIFY Forever on the January dates would be limited due to the pandemic.
As we hope you all understand, without the confirmation of adequate emergency services and other key event personnel we just can’t proceed safely in January. Although not the outcome we had hoped for, safety is always our priority when running UNIFY and it's the best decision we can make given the current situation.
All tickets remain valid for the March dates and we are stoked that we have been able to keep the vast majority of line-up intact. A further update on this will be made over the coming weeks.
We appreciate all your support and patience during this time and sincerely thank all the staff, agents, managers, artists, venue and crew who have worked tirelessly on UNIFY Forever to try and make it happen.
Hang in there everyone. Bring on March!
10 - 13 March 2022
Tarwin Lower, South Gippsland, VIC
THANKS TO OUR PARTNERS
Sailor Jerry, Heaps Normal, Maton
After the huge success of the inaugural Live at the Bowl season over 2020/21, Arts Centre Melbourne is proud to announce its return for 2022 spanning four months from 5 January – 25 April.
“We couldn’t be more excited to be welcoming visitors back to our beloved Bowl for a brand new season of live events. Once again, Live at the Bowl will play a significant part in reinvigorating Victoria’s live performance sector bringing local and international artists back to the Bowl. This is another milestone in our recovery and we are delighted that it will be kicking off very soon,” said Arts Centre Melbourne CEO Claire Spencer AM.
As we emerge from yet another year of closure, the second season of Live at the Bowl is a significant moment for live performance. It will reconnect audiences with their favourite artists and with something for everyone across multiple nights of the week, the 2022 calendar never looked so good!
The upcoming season features a stunning program of classical and contemporary music, circus, dance, comedy, family events, community-led events and more as we celebrate and come together in the new world of a vaccinated economy.
“The return of Live at the Bowl with a blockbuster summer season offers Victorians of all ages the opportunity to enjoy some of the biggest live acts as we continue to reopen. Victoria is Australia’s music heartland and the industry is returning stronger than ever, allowing more people to enjoy a summer of great gigs,” said Minister for Creative Industries Danny Pearson.
With some of the hottest acts from across the country, and the world, the iconic Sidney Myer Music Bowl will return to its glorious open-air structure for all to enjoy live performances under the twinkling skies, share a picnic on the hill, take in a symphony at sunset or dance the night away to their favourite musicians.
In line with the Department of Health and current government advice, events will allow up to 12,000 visitors making decks a thing of the past as the Bowl operates at 100% capacity. However for some family events, we will welcome 2,000 people in the stalls only.
“We are thrilled to present the second season of Live at the Bowl. With just under 100,000 people attending the first season and over 1,300 artists and performers on stage, it would be remiss of us not to bring it back. We are confident that our audiences will return to our venue feeling safe and comfortable, particularly after the recent success of Play On Victoria,” said Arts Centre Melbourne Executive Director, Performing Arts Melanie Smith.
The Bowl is for all Victorians and we are proud to once again support community-led events during Live at the Bowl including the annual celebration of the survival of First Nations people at Share the Spirit presented by Songlines on 26 January; iconic freestyle dance battle City Sessions; a collaboration between Soju Gang and Footscray Community Arts which will see a jam-packed line-up of some of Burn City’s most exciting talent in SorBaes: Double Dip plus, an all-ages drug and alcohol-free gig curated by The Push and New Slang, a committee of the next generation of music industry professionals. These line-ups will be announced in the coming months.
To kick things off though, families and children can marvel at Shaun the Sheep’s Circus Show from 5 – 9 January. In a first for world-class circus company Circa, it will be performed in an outdoor environment in what will be a must-see family event packed full of smart wit, vibrant circus skills and daredevil acrobatics.
The overall season focuses on live music with a broad mix of local artists taking to the main stage including The Teskey Brothers with Orchestra Victoria, The Jungle Giants, Hoodoo Gurus, Lime Cordiale and more. Plus, an extensive program of electronic events like Piknic Électronik, Synthony No.2 and Ultra Australia 2022.
For the first time since March 2019, big names like London Grammar, Flight Facilities, BENEE, Kings of Leon, Peggy Gou, Boris Brejcha and Thomas Schumacher will make their way to Australian shores making Live at the Bowl among the first to host international acts. Then, in February audiences can enjoy their cherished MSO free concerts.
Food trucks will again be onsite offering a variety of delicious bites throughout the season in addition to two choices of food hampers. The first, a selection of cured meats from Melbourne based smokehouse Andrews Choise and the second an Indigenous grazing box created by Pawa Catering. This box will celebrate the unique colours and flavours of native herbs and spices through infused cheeses, grilled and pickled veggies, cured kangaroo and fresh dips. These hampers will only be available to pre-order when buying tickets to select shows.
To celebrate the occasion, our bars will be serving a premium selection of wines, beers, spirits, seltzers and cocktails. Plus, there will be a range of alcohol free drinks from Lyres, NewBlood and Sobah.
All visitors will need to check-in via the Service Victoria app upon entering the Bowl and show proof of vaccination or a medical exemption.
Further programming will be announced across the season.
For more information visit artscentremelbourne.com.au
Calendar of events
5 – 9 January
Shaun the Sheep’s Circus Show
The Teskey Brothers with Orchestra Victoria
Share the Spirit presented by Songlines
The Jungle Giants
Piknic Électronik: Boris Brejcha & Thomas Schumacher
MSO free concert: A Symphonic Soiree
MSO free concert: An Evening of John Williams
MSO free concert: One Song – The Music of Archie Roach
Ultra Australia 2022
SorBaes: Double Dip by Soju Gang and Footscray Community Arts
1 – 2 April
Kings of Leon
Piknic Électronik: Peggy Gou and more
The Push: Live at the Bowl
Photo Credit: Ian Laidlaw
INCLUDING THREE A DAY ON THE GREEN SHOWS
a day on the green is turning a vivid shade of lime in 2022. The iconic outdoor summer concert series is teaming with Chugg Music and chart-topping band – ARIA Award winners for Best Live Act – Lime Cordiale for their annual travelling festival, The Squeeze, in April and May 2022.
Lime Cordiale have taken The Squeeze on the road twice before, but the new partnership with a day on the green and Roundhouse Entertainment will see their personally curated selection of local talent head to wineries in South Australia, Victoria and NSW – Sunday 10 April at Peter Lehmann Wines, Barossa Valley, SA; Saturday 16 April at Mt Duneed Estate, Geelong, VIC; and Heifer Station, Orange, NSW on Sunday 24 April.
Tickets for all shows go on sale on Friday 3 December at 12pm AEDT from Ticketmaster.
The Squeeze 2022 sees Oli and Louis Leimbach gather a stellar line-up of Australian talent, including Thelma Plum, Client Liaison, The VANNS and many more, and take them on the road for the biggest Squeeze Festival to date. The 12 stops take in WA, SA, VIC, NSW and QLD, including three a day on the green events.
The a day on the green show in Geelong is the only Squeeze show in Victoria.
The Squeeze 2022 not only features those chart-toppers, but also the next super-talented generation of artists who are ready to break though, including Melbourne’s Teenage Dads and merci, mercy from Sydney. Arrive early and discover your next favourite band!
Lime Cordiale are well known for wanting to generously share the spotlight with their friends whenever they can. That sparked the idea for a day-long festival programmed by Lime Cordiale featuring the bands and artists that they would want to see at a festival, and with the help of their long-time managers Michael Chugg and Andrew Stone, The Squeeze was born.
Says Lime Cordiale, “It’s crazy to think how The Squeeze has grown from an indoor event to a major outdoor national festival for its third year. After the industry has been hit so hard it’s a great feeling to know that we’re pulling this off. We share a great vision with Chugg Music to be able to achieve something more than just making records. This project is for the music industry and the hungry music lovers.
“We’re staying true to what we first set out to do, which is to showcase musicians that are more than just hype and hold an event that has more than just music. We want this to make a huge impact for the industry and a small impact on the environment. That’s why we have partnered with FEAT. Live on the festival to contribute a Solar Slice of $1.00 from each ticket sold which will go towards helping reduce carbon emissions and waste generated by live events with the aim of maximising positive environmental outcomes.
“The line-up has been handpicked by us and something that we’d jump at buying tickets to see.
“Rural festivals are just more fun and go that little bit harder!”
Continues Michael Chugg, “When we did the first Squeeze Festival indoors in 2018, the dream the boys and the Chugg Music team had was to grow to an outdoor touring festival we could take to all corners of Australia and the world and whilst COVID hit us for six in 2020 and 2021, we are very excited to be playing regional one-day events in April and May 2022. It’s a great line-up and will be a great day.”
Roundhouse Entertainment Promoter, Michael Newton, said he was thrilled to have Lime Cordiale join the a day on the green family. “We’ve been putting on shows since the Lime Cordiale boys were just kids, but our main ethos has always been about supporting Australian talent, new and established. The Squeeze is the best of both worlds – people who love Lime Cordiale can come and enjoy their music and the a day on the green experience – as well as the other acts on the bill handpicked by Louis and Oli. It’s a win-win for everyone. There’s no better place to enjoy a whole day of live music than at a day on the green.”
With great music and numerous locations, 2022 will firmly stamp The Squeeze as a mainstay on the Australian festival calendar.
Tickets on sale Friday 3 December at 12pm AEDT.
Supported by triple j
THE SQUEEZE 2022
A DAY ON THE GREEN
Lime Cordiale; Thelma Plum; Client Liaison; The VANNS; merci, mercy; Teenage Dads; (+ local act)
Sun 10 AprilPeter Lehmann Wines, Barossa Valley, SA Licensed 18+Sat 16 AprilMt Duneed Estate, Geelong, VIC Licensed 18+Sun 24 AprilHeifer Station Wines, Orange, NSW(ANZAC Day long weekend)Licensed 18+
All event information www.adayonthegreen.com.au/thesqueeze22
AAMI CUSTOMER PRE-SALE
(A DAY ON THE GREEN SHOWS ONLY)
via AAMI Customer Rewards | AAMI
Runs from: Tuesday 30 November at 11.00am (AEDT)
until pre-sale allocation exhausted
A DAY ON THE GREEN MEMBERS PRE-SALE
(A DAY ON THE GREEN SHOWS ONLY)
Runs from: Wednesday 1 December at 10.00am (AEDT) to Thursday 2 December at 5.00pm (AEDT)
or until pre-sale allocation exhausted
GENERAL PUBLIC ON SALE – THE SQUEEZE 2022
Tickets on sale Friday 3 December at 12.00pm (AEDT)
From www.ticketmaster.com.au & 136 100
Patrons are advised to purchase tickets only through authorised ticket sellers. We cannot guarantee any ticket purchase made through any means other than the official ticketing agents listed on the A Day On The Green, The Squeeze and winery’s websites
Touring Through March 2022 - Bigger and Better
Under The Southern Stars the spectacular rock music concert series, is thrilled to be taking place in March 2022.
Featuring rock royalty Cheap Trick, global rock superstars, Bush
and the legendary Stone Temple Pilots! As well as Australian rock royalty
Rose Tattoo and rock icons Electric Mary. Plus recently added to the line up are the epitome of rock n roll, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club!
The wait is over and UTSS Event Producers can now reveal details for the rock solid dozen concert events in store for audiences in March 2022!
UNDER THE SOUTHERN STARS 2022
Fri, March 11: Maitland Showground, Maitland, NSW
Sat, March 12: Foreshore Reserve, Hastings, VIC
Sun, March 13: JC Lowe Oval, Yarrawonga, VIC
Wed, March 16: Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne, VIC
Fri, March 18: Bonython Park, Adelaide, SA
Sat, March 19: Bonython Park, Adelaide, SA
Sun, March 20: Bonython Park, Adelaide, SA
Tues, March 22: WIN Entertainment Centre, Wollongong, NSW
Wed, March 23: Quodos Bank Arena, Sydney, NSW
Fri, March 25: Kings Beach Ampitheatre, Caloundra, QLD
Sat, March 26: Southport Sharks, Gold Coast, QLD
Sun, March 27: Riverstage, Brisbane, QLD
Presale starts Friday, Nov 26 @ 9.00am AEDT until 5.00pm Sunday, Nov 28 AEDT.
Register for presale access before 5.00pm on Sunday, Nov 28 for discounted early bird tickets.
General Public On Sale Monday, Nov 29 @ 9.00am AEDT
***All previously purchased tickets are valid for 2022 see website for details.***
The announcement of the complete tour dates and venues is expected to be met with major approval from fans all over the country who have been incredibly loyal as they patiently waited for the series to be rescheduled.
The feverish reaction of Adelaide audiences to UTSS headlining the Adelaide Fringe across the three day weekend of 18-20 March has made it necessary for organisers to break the seal early on second release tickets for rock hungry fans, which are now available!
The message is clear for all audiences elsewhere – get in quick to avoid disappointment!
Promoter Andrew McManus comments, '‘To say we’re excited by finally being able to announce Black Rebel Motorcycle Club as a new addition and FOURTH high profile international rock band joining our already stellar line-up is an understatement! UTSS2022 will without a doubt rock audiences to the core and give them what they’ve all craved since March 2020 – a line up that features the bands and the music they love – both Australian and International artists up in front of them in the flesh and playing their hits, live…it has been way too long!"
Under The Southern Stars has been granted approval for all #UTSS2022 artists and their crew to enter Australia under strict covid guidelines, ensuring the utmost health and safety of all event patrons, staff, vendors and artists and crews.
With the nation slowly emerging from the most trying period of our lives, we are extremely EXCITED to get the show back on the road and deliver one hell of a rock n roll experience for fans everywhere, TIMES TWELVE!
We know we’ve asked a lot and we sincerely thank everyone out there for their patience and faith in us to deliver the events that we have promised. All previously purchased tickets are valid for the new shows*, so #keepyourticket and see you under the stars!
To purchase tickets and for detailed information about all shows, visit
FIRST LINE UP ANNOUNCE: YEARS & YEARS, BIG FREEDIA, THE VERONICAS, CUB SPORT, CONFIDENCE MAN, LADYHAWKE, AND MORE
Proudly supported by triple j and Instagram
Announcing its debut with a bang comes the inaugural Summer Camp Festival - Australia’s first touring pride festival - bringing a celebration of freedom and diversity to Darwin, Sydney, Melbourne and Perth in February and March 2022.
Founders Kat Dopper (Creator of Heaps Gay) and Grant Gillies and David Gillett (Creators of Red Mgmt and former Sydney Mardi Gras Marketing and Internationals Talent Managers) have created a ‘summer camp’ for adults, a playground of music and art culture that suspends reality and transcends the boundaries of imagination. Summer Camp is a place where everyone is truly welcome - no matter who you love, your pronouns, or your star sign.
Highlighting the rich tapestry of incredible Aussie artists nationally, Summer Camp Festival aims to enhance the creative landscape, offering an immersive experience for all. Heading off in their CAMPa van, they’ll swing past Darwin on February 26th then bouncing along to Sydney at the green oasis that is Centennial Parklands on February 27th, the celebration will then take in Melbourne at Reunion Park on March 6th and finish up in Perth at The Ice Cream Factory on March 7th for one hell of a party. Within the festival bounds and across two stages, attendees will indulge in music, dance, performance art, culture, art installations, and delicious offerings of food and beverage.
Packed with world class talent, the event will be headlined by London’s Years & Years, also known as actor, singer and man of the moment Olly Alexander. 2021 has been a year of highs for Olly Alexander, from his acclaimed performance in the award-winning global hit drama It’s A Sin, to his collaboration on Lady Gaga’s reimagined album, his duet with Kylie Minogue and his show-stopping performance with Sir Elton John at the Brit Awards in London and with new album Night Call out on January 7th this will be one of the first chances to hear it live.
Hailing from New Orleans’ hip hop and electronic scene, the CEO of bounce music Big Freedia has a slew of music royalty credits to her name. Featuring on tracks with Beyonce, Drake, Lizzo, Kesha and more, and joining the panel on the current season of the iconic Ru Paul’s Drag Race All Stars her charisma, uniqueness, nerve, and talent will shake up the Summer Camp stage.
Much loved duo, The Veronicas will devour the stage as only these iconic twin sisters could in their first LGBTQIA+ performance since New York Pride in 2019, leaving no audience member feeling Untouched.
Global pop powerhouse Cub Sport have sold out dates across four continents so it’s no doubt they’ll dazzle on the main stage. The prolific Brisbane band released their fourth album early last year and are yet to take it on tour, until now.
Adding to their monstrous first edition of touring artists is ARIA award-winning luminary Ladyhawke, party starters Confidence Man, chart-topping producer Young Franco, festival staple Kinder, up and coming New Zealand rapper JessB, alt-pop breakout Sycco, and WA/Darwin born and bred duo The Merindas. They’ll be joined by over 150 DJ’s, drag queens, dancers & performance artists in each city.
Speaking on the need for Summer Camp, Kat Dopper shares “After 2 years of cancelled parties, loose event calendars and empty dance floors, I couldn’t be more excited for Summer Camp Festival which will bring together some of my favourite parts of queer culture for massive one-day parties in four cities.”
Set to be the biggest ticketed LGBTQIA+ music festival in the southern hemisphere, Summer Camp Festival will be unparalleled for inclusivity and supporting young diverse artists, by not only providing a platform for over 200 artists to perform but also with a percentage of every ticket going to their Summer Camp Artists Grants Program. Post event, this quick response grants program will be available for artists to access capital in a timely matter.
Aligned with their inclusivity mission, tickets start at just $99 for the vibrant, multi-sensory day and a priority placed on accessible amenities for all and extra precautions taken to comply with health and safety protocols.
In development for over two years, Summer Camp Festival is created by industry leaders who are excited to finally implement funding from the federal government’s RISE Grant program ensuring a monumental experience for attendees.
On creating a space for every walk of life, Dopper exclaims “Summer Camp Festival is a new inclusive festival experience that accepts all the cuties. It’s a chance to frolic in the forest with pals, dress up, and celebrate the true meaning of pride, Love has no labels at Summer Camp - it’s a place to call homo’ this pride season. Let’s get sweaty this summer and feel the euphoria of being together and dancing again”
Summer Camp is proudly supported by our official social media partner Instagram, who will be building unique Pride Stations at each festival for attendees to capture iconic queer social content.
Sign up for Summer Camp Festival pre-sale tickets nationally from 9:40am Tuesday, 9th November with general public on-sale at 10am Tuesday 16th November from https://summercampfestival.com.au/.
Renowned mental health music charity Listen Up Music is set to bring Torch Fest to four separate states across Australia in 2022, continuing to shine a light on mental health.
Sat 19th Feb - Max Watts, Sydney
Sat 5th Mar - UC Hub, Canberra
Sat 26th Mar - Max Watts, Melbourne
Sun 10th Apr - The Triffid, Brisbane
After a huge 2021 which saw Listen Up Music launch the inaugural Torch Fest in Brisbane, and then quickly expand to Sydney and Melbourne which unfortunately could not go ahead, the award-winning charity is gearing up for a blazing 2022 which is set to include Canberra on their now four-state festival event.
With the significant impact that mental health has on the music industry, especially in recent years, Torch Fest aims to eradicate the stigma associated with talking about mental health by enlisting a huge lineup of artists to play at top-notch venues around Australia.
Co-founder of Listen Up Music, Ali Taylor, states:
“Torch Fest; the light that gets you through is Australia's biggest mental health music festival. After a successful launch in Brisbane on 10th April, Torch Fest is expanding out to four regional dates in 2022.
“Mental health doesn't discriminate, and so we felt it only right to shine further light on the topic, now in four states across the country.”
Starting in Sydney on Saturday 19 February, the first leg of Torch Fest will be held at Max Watts. Set to host 15 artists and 10 DJ's on the day, event-goers can expect a talented lineup including Bec Sandridge, AVA YVES, Imogen Clark, Tiarnie, Laura Hyde, Seb Szabo and more.
Next, the Torch Fest light shines on Canberra at the UC Hub on Saturday 5 March. With performances from Sputnik Sweetheart, The Shang, AZURE, LIV LI and more, it’s sure to be another massive day for the festival.
Landing in Melbourne on Saturday 26 March at Max Watts, Torch Festers will enjoy incredible performances from WILSN, Jess Locke, Alexander Biggs, Benjamin Trillado, Jade Alice, The Mamas, RARIA, Sir Jude, Velvet Bloom amongst others.
The festival’s final stop finds Torch Fest back home in Brisbane, hosted at The Triffid on Sunday 10 April. A stellar line-up including Tori Forsyth, Karl S. Williams, Aspy Jones, Beks, Eimhin, Jess Irvine, Jordan Merrick and Nicole McKinney brings the illuminating event to a shining finish.
Tying the event together, all acts will perform a Torch Song representing the light that has helped them through any hardship and/or mental health challenges. The festival will distribute battery-powered torches to event-goers for them to light up during each Torch Song, recognising the importance of making it through those experiences whilst commemorating togetherness and support.
Join us and let Torch Fest be the light that gets you through in 2022.
Tickets for Torch Fest Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne and Brisbane are on sale now.
Find your tickets here.
Saturday, Feb 19 - Max Watts
Bec Sandridge, AYA YVES, Amy Vee, AZURE, BVT, Imogen Clark, LamBros., Laura Hyde, Little Green, RISSA, Sarah Wolfe, SAYAH, Seb Szabo, Tiarnie, Daniel Tonik, Edgar Boulevarde, Forward Fox, Loosie Grind, Loyalty, Oscar Jamo
Saturday, March 5 - UC Hub
Sputnik Sweetheart, AYA YVES, AZURE, Chins, Imogen Clark, LIV LI, Lucy Sugerman, Seb Szabo, The Shang, The SunBears, Tiarnie
Saturday, March 26 - Max Watts
WILSN, Jess Locke, Alexander Biggs, Benjamin Trillado, Jade Alice, The Mamas, Nussy, R.em.edy, RARIA, Ruby Mae, Seb Szabo, Sir Jude, Velvet Bloom, Wolfjay
Sunday, April 10 - The Triffid
Tori Forsyth, Karl S. Williams, Aspy Jones, Beks, Eimhin Healy, Jess Irvine, Jordan Merrick, Nicole McKinney, Nine Year Sister
Full Tilt Festival announces new Sydney and Melbourne dates due to the current Covid-19 lockdowns, restrictions and border closures.
The new date for Sydney is Saturday 26 February, 2022 at Bella Vista Farm and Melbourne's new date is Saturday 26 March, 2022 at Reunion Park, Burnley.
Uniting from across the nation, Full Tilt Festival is a who’s who of the Australian Metal, Punk and Rock spectrums. We're stoked to announce Australia's masters of brutality, Thy Art Is Murder will be returning to perform at all dates and welcome Australia's genre-melding rock outfit Hellions to the festival performing at all dates.
We would like to thank all fans for your support and understanding during these difficult times. We can't wait to see you in the pit.
All tickets remain valid for the new dates.
FULL TILT FESTIVAL
SATURDAY 4 DECEMBER, 2021
ADELAIDE, UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE – 18+
NORTHLANE | IN HEARTS WAKE | THY ART IS MURDER | FRENZAL RHOMB
LUCA BRASI | SLOWLY SLOWLY | MAKE THEM SUFFER | HELLIONS
PSYCROPTIC | THORNHILL | YOURS TRULY | | ALT. | RELAPSE
MADURA GREEN | WOLF & CHAIN | HEARTLINE
SATURDAY 8 JANUARY, 2022
BRISBANE, EATONS HILL OUTDOOR AND BALLROOM – 18+
NORTHLANE | IN HEARTS WAKE | THY ART IS MURDER | FRENZAL RHOMB
SLOWLY SLOWLY | MAKE THEM SUFFER | HELLIONS | BUGS
PRESS CLUB | ALPHA WOLF | THORNHILL | YOURS TRULY
JUSTICE FOR THE DAMNED | THE BENNIES | RELIQA | CLOSURE
SATURDAY 26 FEBRUARY, 2022 NEW DATE!
SYDNEY, BELLA VISTA FARM, BELLA VISTA – 18+
NORTHLANE | THY ART IS MURDER | FRENZAL RHOMB | LUCA BRASI
SLOWLY SLOWLY | MAKE THEM SUFFER | HELLIONS | PRESS CLUB
ALPHA WOLF | THORNHILL | JUSTICE FOR THE DAMNED
REDHOOK | THE BENNIES | RELIQA | CLOSURE
SATURDAY 26 MARCH, 2022 NEW DATE!
MELBOURNE, REUNION PARK, BURNLEY
NORTHLANE | IN HEARTS WAKE | THY ART IS MURDER | FRENZAL RHOMB | LUCA BRASI
SLOWLY SLOWLY | MAKE THEM SUFFER | HELLIONS | PSYCROPTIC | PRESS CLUB
ALPHA WOLF | THORNHILL | YOURS TRULY | THE BENNIES
DROWN THIS CITY | CATHOLIC GUILT
Head to www.destroyalllines.com for more information.
Tickets onsale 12pm AEST TODAY via Ticketmaster
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THE AMITY AFFLICTION / VIOLENT SOHO
ALPHA WOLF · BANKS ARCADE · BUGS· BLOOM · DREAM ON DREAMER
GRAVEMIND · THE LAST MARTYR · OCEAN GROVE · PLINI · PRIDELANDS
REDHOOK · SHORT STACK · STARVE · STEPSON · TEEN JESUS AND THE JEAN TEASERS
TEENAGE JOANS · THORNHILL · TO OCTAVIA · WAAX · WILDHEART · YOURS TRULY
PLUS MORE TO BE ANNOUNCED
Not only one of the biggest metalcore acts in the country, but also internationally, The Amity Affliction will take over UNIFY’s stage for a monumental performance hot off the back of their latest album, Everyone Loves You… Once You Leave. The Amity Affliction have served up three gold-certified albums and one platinum in Australia, with four records hitting #1 on the ARIA Albums Chart. UNIFY will be the band’s second show since the release of Everyone Loves You… Once You Leave in February 2020. The Amity Affliction headlined the first ever UNIFY back in 2015, so it’s only fitting they return to the stage for what is sure to be one of the biggest instalments of the festival yet. UNIFY sold out within 72 hours the last two times that The Amity Affliction headlined, so be ready when tickets go on sale today!
One of the most iconic rock bands in Australia, Violent Soho screamed their way into public conscience with their highly acclaimed LP, Gold accredited Hungry Ghost. It came in a hail of riffs and ‘HELL F*CK YEAH’s scrawled on arms, desks, and bathroom walls the world over with ‘Covered in Chrome’ becoming an anthem for music fans everywhere and landing #4 on triple j’s Hottest 100 of the Decade. 2016 LP WACO followed suit, debuting at #1 on the ARIA albums chart, garnering another Gold certification, coming first in triple j’s Top 10 albums of the year and winning two ARIA Awards (Best Group & Best Rock). Violent Soho cemented their legendary status with the release of Everything is A-Ok in April last year, again debuting at #1. UNIFY 2022 will be the band’s second performance since the iconic album and will be the first time Violent Soho have played the festival since their colossal set in 2017. Get ready to release all that pent-up energy when they take the stage.
Joining The Amity Affliction and Violent Soho is a smorgasbord of homegrown heroes. With first time UNIFY performances from fourteen out of the twenty-three artists on the lineup including the likes of Alpha Wolf, Teenage Joans, PLINI, BUGS, Short Stack, Stepson, RedHook, BLOOM & more! Plus, return appearances from heavyweights such as Ocean Grove, Thornhill, Yours Truly and WAAX – all of whom have blown up enormously since they last stopped by Tarwin Meadows.
20 – 23 January 2022*
Tarwin Lower, South Gippsland, VIC
*Back up weekend of 10 – 13 March 2022*