FISH OUT OF WATER – Friday 26th December


California’s Fish out of Water are your premiere Rock, Funk, Reggae, and Hip-Hop act. F.O.W. has been providing all original material from west to east coast U.S., the Hawaiian Islands, and Australia for over five years. They have released three albums and are currently touring nationwide.

PIERCE BROTHERS – Saturday 27th December

The Pierce Brothers

It’s been a whirlwind 12 months for Melbourne’s favourite sons, the Pierce Brothers.

Comprising of brothers Jack & Pat Pierce, the duo are also celebrating their incredible debut on the ARIA charts, landing at #21 with their EP ‘The Night Tree’ & in the top 5 Alt iTunes chart. The entry makes them the highest selling independent act in Australia and highest ARIA chart debut for a local act – an impressive feat for the twins, who have no record label or major radio play under their belt.

DACHAMBO – Sunday 28th December


Have you already experienced Dachambo? If you haven’t, you are missing out. Dachambo’s sound will make a rainbow appear in the sky. Dachambo’s rhythm will awaken the land. You will scream out with happiness, and become one with the world when you see Dachambo for yourself.

Dachambo is an avant-garde Japanese alternative rock band. They travel from North to South in their biodiesel bus performing 100 gigs a year. Rock lovers in Japan fueled by Dachambo’s music join their journey. Now that they’ve rocked Japan, Dachambo will cross the sea and rock your town.



  • Wednesday 31st December
  • Perform the PULP FICTION soundtrack
  • $25
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Our much loved Brisvegas Funksters CHEAP FAKES smash out the PULP FICTION soundtrack for a super cool solbar nye soiree.

DELHI 2 DUBLIN – Friday 2nd January


“It’s been a banner year for Vancouver’s Delhi 2 Dublin. Famed for its incendiary live show, the multi-culti, genre-bending fivesome has been playing white-hot gigs the world over, including a headlining show at Dublin’s legendary Whelan’s Pub, sets at Birmingham’s Shambala Festival and a Canada Day showcase for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge – as well as 300,000 other guests – at Parliament Hill in Ottawa.” — Uptown Mag

“The Vancouver-based collective combines dhol, fiddle and breakbeats in an Irish/Asian stew that is surprisingly varied, a marvellously wide-ranging and free-thinking concept.” — BBC

“The fans couldn’t get enough of their fusion style that is part Bollywood wedding, part Celtic kitchen party, and all electronic dance fest.” — The Snipe

“Did someone order a party?” — MTV Iggy