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Harvest Playing Times

Finally, finally, finally, after the most ridiculous and protracted lead up of all time, the timetable for the Harvest Festival in Melbourne is out, a mere three days before the festival. Nothing excuses the general incompetence of everyone involved, however the timetable is perfect.

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Splendour In The Grass Playing Times

With a lineup as consistently strong as Splendour’s, we knew we were in for some nasty clashes come the release of the timetables. And sure enough, with the announcement of the playing times today have come some real dilemmas.

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Laneway Playing Times

By now you’ve probably seen the playing times for the Laneway festivals happening around the country in the near future, but if you haven’t then the Melbourne times can be viewed by clicking the image above, and all other states can be accessed from the official Laneway website. For anyone interested, I think it’s about […]

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Splendour Playing Times

After a long wait, playing times for Splendour in the Grass have finally been put up. With a lineup this consistently brilliant it was inevitable that there were going to be some huge clashes, and sure enough no-one will be able to see all their favourite bands at Splendour. Here’s the timetable. Some particularly nasty […]

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News: Laneway Playing Times

Playing times for the various Laneway Festivals happening around the country in the coming weeks have just been put up, you can access them here by first choosing your city, then clicking on ‘Show Day’ then ‘Playing Times’. The Melbourne playing times don’t look too bad, just a few clashes such as that of The […]

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News: BDO Playing Times Released

Check out playing times for one of Australia’s premier music festivals here. However the link for Melbourne’s timetable is wrong and won’t work, this is the correct one. In my opinion the Melbourne timetable is an appalling one. A clash between Bluejuice and Lisa Mitchell, two Aussie acts I would love to see, as well […]

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