By Andrew Wowk 12th Jan, 2010
Seriously, can Niche Productions please start teaching a “Summer Festivals 101” course? Because thus far, of the entire festival season, *Days Like This* has been a shining beacon of awesome amidst a backdrop of mediocrity.
By Andrew Cooper 7th Jan, 2010
The Origin New Years Eve festival has grown steadily over the last few years, expanding beyond its original home at Belvoir Amphitheatre to Steel Blue oval in Bassendean
By Alida Hoebee 5th Jan, 2010
With last year’s *Groove on a New Year’s Day* a raging success and *Summadayze* going national in 2010, what better way to welcome the new decade than combining the two to make for one of Adelaide’s most anticipated music events of the millennium.
By JoAnn Curtis 19th Nov, 2009
Friday January 08, 2010 will see Lyrics Born and Ugly Duckling hitting West End’s HiFi Bar in an exclusive party that wont be seen anywhere else outside of Brisbane!
By Ben Swan 11th Nov, 2009
If you thought the already massive Origin New Years Eve lineup couldn't get any bigger, think again as there's been with two big DJ names added to the festivities.
By Ben Swan 30th Oct, 2009
Perth's biggest and only dance music NYE festival returns in 2009 with a lineup with something for everyone.
By Jack Tregoning 25th Sep, 2009
After a triumphant debut in 2009, boutique festival Days Like This! returns to Sydney in the early days of 2010 with another illustrious line-up, and The mix of genres that made the inaugural edition so special will again be on full display.
By Shane Scott 24th Jan, 2007
Renowned party crew Ugly Duckling hit Adelaide to much anticipation from a loyal array of fans.
By Samuel Harrison 13th Jan, 2007
Broken beats, barbequed beef and a brilliant vibe all culminated in making BBQ Breaks the successful and well rounded event of New Year’s Day 2007 for Brisbane.
By Anthony Trinidad 12th Jan, 2007
Hyde Park Barracks was designed by convict architect Francis Greenway, and was initially used as a home to convict men and as a center for punishment. But tonight hip hop was on the cards with Long Beach's finest taking the stage.
By Callum Critch 10th Jan, 2007
On a weekend of mega-festival madness some of us managed to eschew Southbound and the far-closer-to-home Summer Daze for a night of catchier-than-hell/sing-along hip hop at the Rosemount Hotel
By Angus Paterson 5th Jan, 2007
After the insane heat of last year's Field Day, punters were approaching this year with a touch of fearful apprehension. But the weather cleared for an event that reminded us why Field Day is still considered one of the city's most iconic parties.