Adelaide’s favourite rockers Bad//Dreems have revealed they’ll be tearing through the stages at two of Australia’s favourite boutique festivals.
Secret Garden Festival is notorious for playing some line-up roulette with their wagering punters (the festival usually sells out before the line-up is announced) and with just one fortnight to go and all of the chill in the world, organisers have finally revealed the first 10 acts to hit up the Downes Family Farm about an hour south west of Sydney on Feb 26-28. The line-up release, which is coined ‘the tip of the iceberg’, includes a headline set from Bad//Dreems alongside some solid support action from Dorsal Fins, Hiatus Kaiyote, Roland Tings and Sampa The Great just to name a few with more to be announced. Luckily, there are tickets still available, but not for long.
Further south and just one month on, The Hills Are Alive turns three and has announced even more acts to join an already killer line-up which includes Baddies, Tiny Little Houses, Ngaiire, Tired Lion, Fraser A Gorman and a long list of locals not to be missed. For the full line-up and ticket info head here.
Bad//Dreems will be fully festival-fit by April; they’re also booked to play the St Kilda Fest this Sunday 14 February, Party in the Paddock in White Hills on Saturday 20 February, the University of Wollongong’s Garden Party on March 18, Boogie Festival in Tallarook on March 25 and the Silver Raven Festival in Tanunda on April 2.