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 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 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.
By Shane Scott 2nd Jan, 2007
Ugly Duckling know how to rock the party. As frequent visitors to our shores they always manage to leave crowds all over the country impressed and wanting more.
By Angus Paterson 15th Dec, 2006
As 2007 quickly approaches, Fuzzy have already released the set times for their seminal New Years Day event to give punters the chance to plan out their day.
By Tim Hardaker 20th Sep, 2006
Fuzzy's legendary New Years Day event Field Day went onsale at 9am this morning, Wednesday September 20th, and all signs point to the 2007 party being one of the most eagerly anticipated yet with 15,000 tickets already sold - and in only 8 hours!
By Tim Hardaker 19th Sep, 2006
Tickets for THE dance event of the year are now onsale here on ITM, so get your finger clicking to ITM shop today!
By Libby Clark 7th Sep, 2006
Field Day is without a doubt one of the most anticipated events of the year and the 2007 instalment is now locked in with the artist line-up just announced...
By Bill Code 27th Sep, 2005
Hip hop's old school revival of the last half decade has had few groups ride the wave of success as well as Long Beach's Ugly Duckling. Hailing from Snoop Dogg's LA neighbourhood, these hip hop-loving white boys utilised a whole different recipe for their
By Megan Clayton 21st Jun, 2004
With a new mini album "The Leftovers" on it's way, Ugly Duckling are heading back to Oz to entertain dancefloors across the nation with their unique hip-hop sound. Megs caught up with Andy Cat to get the lowdown on their new, never before seen stage show.