SPIDERBAIT to HEADLINE Day 2: The Basin Concert Launceston

 

THE BASIN CONCERT LINE UP RELEASED- FEATURING: SPIDERBAIT, BALL PARK MUSIC, THELMA PLUM, SPACEY JANE, KASEY CHAMBERS, + MUCH MORE

Organisers  of Tassie’s  very own  Basin  Concert  have  today  released the  full line-up for the  two day  festival,  with  something  to  satisfy  a range  of musical  tastes and  ages.  Last  week  it  was announced  that   the   iconic  event   would   be  revived  in  2021,  taking  place   in  Launceston’s picturesque Cataract Gorge from 26-27 March.

Co-Headlining  the  festival  is  Brisbane’s  melancholic  pop  masters Ball  Park Music, who  recently released their self-titled sixth record.  Joining them  will be electropop duo Boo  Seeka,  stopping by as part of a string of national tour dates ahead of their upcoming second album  release.

Festival sweethearts Holy Holy and one of the country's best  live performers, singer-songwriter Kim Churchill, will  be  bringing  their  unique  sounds to  Launceston  as  part  of the  weekend’s celebrations.

Chart-topping Australian musical legend Kasey Chambers  is sure to please an older generation of Basin  Concert  lovers,  while Triple J Hottest 100  runners-up, Spacey Jane, will have  crowds groovin’ to their indie-rock garage vibes.

Australian  rock royalty,  Spiderbait, headlines day 2 ( Sat 7 March 2021 ) will  be  taking  to  the  stage 30  years  after  the  band  first formed   to  play   their  iconic  collection  of  late   90’s  and   early   2000’s  hits.This will be the first appearance North tassy for many years 

Award-winning singer-songwriter  Thelma  Plum  will  play  to  a  Tasmanian  crowd   before   embarking  on  her national Homecoming Queen Tour? later this year.

It wouldn’t be a Tassie music festival without a strong dose  of homegrown talent.  Rounding out the  lineup are local favourites Bec Stevens, Carl Renshaw, In The Flowers,  Medhanit, Slaughterhaus Surf Cult and The Holiday Collective.

Vibestown  Productions  Director,  Jesse  Higgs,  said  that  producers are  excited  to  be  bringing together this lineup for Tasmanian audiences.

‘We're  super  stoked with  the  calibre  of this  all-Australian  lineup.  With  the  timeframe we  had and  the  testing conditions present, we  are both  relieved and  excited to be delivering the  goods to our Tassie compadre,’ said Mr Higgs.

Weekend tickets as well  as individual day tickets will be limited, with capacity capped at 3,000 entrants at  any  given  time, due  to COVID-19 restrictions. The event  is all ages,  but under  18’s will need  to be accompanied by a parent, guardian or responsible adult  over 21 years  of age.

Pre-sale tickets will be available from 6pm  on Wednesday 3 February, with general ticket sales released at 8am on Thursday 4 February. Tickets are available from www.basinconcert.com.au="">