Summernats announces the hottest aussie music line-up

The Street Machine Summernats has announced the music line up for it’s big 30th birthday. Taking the main stage on Friday is chart-topping hip-hop act Drapht supported by urban duo Spit Syndicate. Saturday night opens with indie rockers Thirsty Merc performing their greatest hits, followed by Australia’s favourite wildest rock’n’roll band Airbourne in their first Australian show since 2013.
 
The Street Machine Summernats, proudly supported by Rare Spares, sees over 100,000 punters from around Australia and all over the world descend on the nation’s capital to witness a monstrous display of automotive culture, jam-packed with the hottest music entertainment and all round good times.
 
Friday night opens with Sydney hip-hop duo Spit Syndicate, one of the most dynamic urban acts in the country. With their fourth album to be released later this year, triple j favourite and ARIA nominees bring their explosive live show to Summernats, One half of the Spitters, Nick Lupi says “If there's one thing we love it's a raucous crowd and we’ve been told the Summernats is pretty damn wild. We’re keen for a big Friday night with our boy Drapht.”
 
Drapht is an all time Aussie hop hop favourite with four smash albums, seven ARIA nominations and the 2011 ARIA for Best Urban Album. No stranger to the Nats stage, Drapht played at the Summernats Chrome Jubilee in 2012 and returns armed with a full live band to headline Friday night. On playing at the iconic Summernats event, Drapht says, “I played Summernats 25 and it was a heap of fun. I'm looking forward to getting back there for the big 30 with the whole band. A fun loving interesting crowd and a one of a kind experience.”