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Boogie 7 Lineup Now Complete

News posted Friday, February 8 2013 at 11:00 AM.
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Boogie 7 Lineup Now Complete

It’s only seven weeks until Boogie number seven and so the crew at Bruzzy’s farm have unveiled the rest of the lineup of bands heading up to Tallarook for the festival.

The list of new additions is spearheaded appropriately enough by New York City’s Endless Boogie, who will play two sets of their psychedelic riffage. Other international acts joining the lineup are Memphis psychobilly icon Tav Falco and his band The Panther Burns, Simone Felice from the Catskill Mountains and Japanese garage-rock girl group Go Devils.

Local additions joining the lineup include Money For Rope (pictured), Harmony, Lowtide, Drunk Mums and the “supergroup” Wang featuring Jed Kurzel and Cec Condon from The Mess Hall and Chris Ross from Wolfmother. Grinspoon captain Phil Jamieson will also be in attendance playing a set of “classic songs and kooky covers.”

Boogie will be increasing its capacity to 1500 punters this year, but the festival promises that Bruzzy’s farm will still be “a very special place that allows us to present our magic to our people."

The gates for Boogie 2013 swing open at 2pm Friday, March 29 with the bands kicking things off around 5pm and then finishing up at 11pm Sunday night. Bruzzy’s Farm in Tallarook is 101km from the Melbourne CBD or a 67-minute train ride from Southern Cross station. Full lineup below.

Kitty, Daisy & Lewis
Endless Boogie
Tony Joe White
Henry Wagons and His Very Welcome All Star Company
Don Walker and The Suave Fucks
Tav Falco and The Panther Burns
Money For Rope
Good Heavens
Simone Felice
Little Bastard
Phil Jamieson
Jeremy Neale
Super Wild Horses
Go Devils
Benjamin Francis Leftwich
The Preatures
Mother and Son
Dirt Farmer
Drunk Mums

[Via FasterLouder]


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Your Comments

juicenewton*  said about 2 years ago:

That means 2000 people right?

unvisible  said about 2 years ago:

There won't be a dry eye at the festival when Jamieson busts out his rendition of Ice Ice Baby

The_Tupelo_Flash  said about 2 years ago:

Line-up seems a little underwhelming this year...

might just go see The Boss at Hanging Rock instead.

Ash-showoff  said about 2 years ago:


slothman  said about 2 years ago:

one year TJW isn't going to play and i'm gonna be upset i missed it.

cowbell1  said about 2 years ago:

This is sold out right???

sinbad  said about 2 years ago:

more like money for embarrassingly shit middle of the road rock band with need for two drummers.

lordsnot  said about 2 years ago:

1 ticket for sale. hit me at cheers.

tigers  said about 2 years ago:

Got 2 tickets for sale - pm me!

jimmy hutspah  said about 2 years ago:

any idea when the play times come out? ANYWAYS -

jimmy hutspah  said about 2 years ago:

ahem...I think I have 2 tickets to sell also :( pm if anyone needs..

tigers  said about 2 years ago:

afternoon bump - gotta get rid of these asap.

SGH  said about 2 years ago:

I'd like to see Lowtide.

That's about it.

Although last year I didn't manage to see either of the two bands I was interested in.

jimmy hutspah  said about 2 years ago:

wassa matter? noone wants to boogie??

tigers  said about 2 years ago:

I was never going - offloading for a friend.

2 tickets for the price of one now!!! Any takers??

2 tickets.
1 low price.

sarahsmurf  said about 2 years ago:

Hey tigers, are those tickets still going? I know a couple of people who would snap them up. Or anyone else with 2 available tickets?

jimmy hutspah  said about 2 years ago:

sarahsmurf - i pm'ed you. i have a couple of tickets you can take if tigers doesnt get back to you this afternoon..
ill check back laterz.

tigers  said about 2 years ago:

Yep, still available. Pm-ing now

sarahsmurf  said about 2 years ago:

False alarm, they're all set now. Thanks anyway!

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