Three-day Southbound festival set for big beats
Southbound is back this year with yet another impressive line-up of both local and national acts.
Thousands of festival-goers will converge on Sir Stewart Bovell Park in Busselton for the event which is set to kick off on tomorrow.
The three-day festival will feature everything from daily silent discos, karaoke, a variety of dance shows, rave parties, DJs, comedians and live music performances on three big stages.
Electronic duo Hermitude will be one of the headlining acts along with Sydney-based indie rock band, Sticky Fingers, hip hop group Thundamentals, DJ Nina Las Vegas and Perth-based artist, Drapht.
Indi Pop band San Cisco will also be making an appearance, as well as Seth Sentry, L D R U, Peaches, Ladyhawke, Peking Duk and iconic jazz band The Cat Empire.
The grounds will become home to both two-day and three-day campers and will be lined with food trucks, market stalls, bars and Red Frog stations.
The first act is scheduled to take the stage at 4pm on tomorrow and the final performance will round out the festival in the early hours of Friday morning.
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