With a line up including Skegss, Ngaiire, Royal Headache, The Creases, Alex Lahey & I Know Leopard, your willingness to consider getting amongst it in Brisbane, is more important than it has ever been. In just over a week, The Blurst of Times will envelope Fortitude Valley.
The timetable has dropped, so you need to work out your strategy for the big day. Doors for all venues open at 3pm next Saturday April 29 with 31 bands set to tear up four stages across The Brightside, Brightside Carpark, Black Bear Lodge and The Foundry.
With 1am lock-out-laws a thing of the past, kick-ons are happening with late night runs announced for each location following the festival. The Foundry hosts Skegss for a DJ set, The Brightside sees an encore set from the city’s best Blink 182 12-piece covers band Bris 182 and Black Bear Lodge keeps it refined with DJs playing nothing but the hits, nothing but the hits, nothing but the mother flipping hits till late.
Tickets are selling fast. Don’t miss out. Click HERE.
Ngaiire Royal Headache The Creases Alex Lahey I Know Leopard
Good Boy Jarrow Jack River Columbus Green Buzzard
Horror My Friend Morning Harvey Bris 182 Planet
Evan Klar Hot Spoke MEZKO RACKETT 100% Machine Age
Concrete Surfers Top Dollar Sweater Curse Body Type
Ruby Fields IVEY Wolver Royal & The Southern Echo Nice Biscuit VOIID
+ ‘Summer of Rosé’ bar
+ Brisvegas shotgun weddings 5pm – 8pm | Brightside Beer Garden
FREE AFTER PARTIES | COME FOR THE FEST, STAY FOR THE REST
The Brightside | Skegss DJ Set
The Foundry | Bris 182 LIVE
Black Bear Lodge | Nothing but the hits