Full Tilt Festival
Time Out says
This new Aussie festival packs in a full day of alt-rock, punk, and metal bands
The music festival circuit is looking pretty different after 2020. All of last year's chaos aside, Australia is welcoming a new touring festival that leans into the heavier genres in 2021, and it’s called Full Tilt.
Headed up by Sydney’s Aria-winning metalcore band Northlane, this all-Aussie festival is giving us similar vibes to dearly departed tours like Taste of Chaos from our emo youths. Joining Northlane are fellow heavy-hitting bands Hands Like Houses and In Hearts Wake, punk rockers Frenzal Rhomb, deathcore masters Thy Art Is Murder and ska punk outfit the Bennies, with Luca Brasi, Slowly Slowly, Make Them Suffer, Press Club, Alpha Wolf, Thornhill, RedHook and Closure rounding out the line-up.
Full Tilt comes to Bella Vista Farm in Sydney on Saturday, July 31, with dates in Brisbane, Melbourne and Adelaide, too. Aside from the live music, there will be DJs spinning between sets, market stalls, and a variety of food trucks with vegetarian, vegan and meat options.
Tickets are on sale now, starting at $108.15. Get yours here.
|Venue name:||Bella Vista Farm|
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