Tassie acts to showcase at Falls Festival

The Falls Music and Arts Festival have once again teamed-up with Music Tasmania to showcase a bunch of local acts in Marion Bay from 29-31 December.

This is the third year that Homebrewed has been a part of the festival and provided bands with an incredible opportunity to connect with over 12 000 music lovers during the New Year’s festivities.

This year, the Homebred line-up will take over the Field Stage on 29 December, getting the party started with some Tassie favourites, including the sweet sounds of Kat Edwards, dark electro act Q.E. ocean pop darlings Heart Beach, Launceston punks The Sleepyheads, surf-rockers Chase City, SUNDAZE, and Younger Dryas, with masters of groove LAZER BABY and The Embers finishing up the night.

From 30-31 December the Homebrewed stage will focus on promoting emerging talent with performances from up-and-coming acts.

Music Tasmania’s CEO Laura Harper said: “We’re really excited about the Homebrewed line-up this year. There are 25 acts programmed over three days and more than 50% are female-led.  Homebrewed has become the place to discover local talent at Falls Festival and we have a great mix of more established bands who have been kicking goals over the last year, along with some amazing emerging acts that you have to experience.” 

The Homebrewed stage will be running for the entire duration of the festival, giving music fans and festival-goers the opportunity to support a slew of Tassie talent.

Click here to get your Falls Fest tickets: https://fallsfestival.com/marion-bay/

Set times to be announced.

29 DECEMBER
Field Stage

Kat Edwards | Q.E.SUNDAZE | Heart BeachThe Sleepyheads | Younger DryasChase City | LAZER BABY | The Embers

30 DECEMBER
Homebrewed Stage

Fiontan CassidyAni Lou | The StragglersYSLA | BALTIMORE | Cotton PonySquid Fishing | Verticoli

31 DECEMBER
Homebrewed Stage

Celeste | Isla Ka Band | Jackson Simpson and his band | August Wolfbiter | Christopher Leon | Lasca Dry Band | Spiral Kites | ROBOTIKUS

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