Bliss N Eso and The Living End will headline the Big Pineapple Music Festival in May 2014, with 3 stages, 2500 camping sites, more than 35 acts, extreme sports demos, stalls and more.
The inaugural year for BPMF in 2013 hosted a huge array of the hottest acts from around the country including Birds of Tokyo, British India and Grinspoon that played to a sold out crowd of 12,000.
Presented by Triple J brings another way of Australia's finest contempory artists to satisfy all tastes from Hip Hop, Indie, Roots, EDM & Blues.
The 13,000 pax site boats 3 stages, camping grounds for 2,500, parking for 2,400 all surrounded by lush rainforest.
Stalls, food vendors, bars, skateboarding and wakeboarding demos, vintage cars, amusements and a whole lot more awaits against the pristine backdrop.
the Big Pineapple Music Festival
Saturday 17 May
The Big Pineapple
Nambour Connection Road, Woombye
Tickets from $73
Licensed, 18+ Event
Bliss n Eso - In the wake of debuting at #1 on the ARIA Album Chart with their fifth studio effort ‘Circus In The Sky’, Bliss n Eso now find themselves with the highest selling Australian album of 2013, and a revered Gold plaque after only 10 days of release.
The Living End - Six albums. Each one, a milestone: The time we thought we were indestructible. The time we lit a fire under the establishment. The time we wondered if it was all worth it. No.6, if we put it under the scalpel, is the album that hunts down the truth, asks the big questions and demands answers.
Art vs. Science - There aren’t many rock bands around who’ll tell you they had an epiphany at a Daft Punk concert. But that’s exactly what inspired lead singer Dan Mac to convince old high school buddies Jim Finn and Dan Williams to form Art vs Science at the beginning of 2008.
Spiderbait - The hiatus is over. Spiderbait is back. And here is the trio’s incredible new album. Its name says it all in a single word … this is SPIDERBAIT.
Dead Letter Circus - When Dead Letter Circus blasted onto Australian airwaves in 2007, their bombastic yet nuanced take on alternative rock left most observers struggling to process what they were hearing.
The Funkoars - The words “mature” or “good credit” are rarely used in the same sentence as “The Funkoars”. Now back in the studio working on their 5th LP, they are poised to deliver their most deadliest, angst ridden, red lined wall of sound to date.
Plus: Alison Wonderland, Tuka, Diafrix, Redcoats, Hat Ftiz and Cara, Kingfisha, Mr Hill & Rahjconkas, Drawcard, Band of Frequencies, Cheap Fakes, Lurch & Chief, Rattraps, Ribongia, Total Eclipse, k Diamond, Mouvment, The Tea Society, Young Franco, asti, The Hi-Boys, OPIUO, Kim Churchill, Mason Rack Band, Ashleigh Mannix, DJ Generik, Karl S Williams, Billy Fox, Carl Wockner, camping, stalls & more, keep up to date on: www.bigpineapplemusicfestival.com
The Big Pineapple, Woombye
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