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Hotter Than Hell To Take 90s Rock Around Australia This Summer

by Paul Cashmere on October 10, 2017

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Australia will have a new touring festival this summer. Hotter Than Hell piles up 90s rock and is heading around the country with Grinspoon, Killing Heidi, The Superjesus, Jebediah, Eskimo Joe, Frenzal Rhomb, Regurgitator and Thirsty Merc.

Hotter Than Hell was designed to bring back the ghost of festival’s past. “The intention of Hotter Than Hell has been to bring back the nostalgic feel of some of your best festival memories similar to that of Homebake and Livid, but more importantly, bringing it to thriving areas that don’t get spoiled with great touring music usually”.

Hotter Than Hell dates

13 Jan, Townsville, Kirwan Tavern
Eskimo Joe, Jebediah, Killing Heidi, The Superjesus, The Koffin Rockers

20 Jan, Gladstone, Harley Road Tavern
Grinspoon, Jebediah, Killing Heidi, The Superjesus, The Koffin Rockers

27 Jan, Redland Bay, Redland Bay Hotel
Eskimo Joe, Jebediah, The Superjesus, Thirsty Merc, Dallas Frasca

3 Feb, Adelaide, Coopers Alehouse
Grinspoon, The Superjesus, 28 Days, Rackett

10 Feb, Ipswich, Racehorse Hotel
Eskimo Joe, Jebediah, Frenzal Rhomb, Rackett

10 Feb, Mt Evelyn, York On Lilydale
Grinspoon, Killing Heidi, The Superjesus, Dallas Frasca, IV League

3 March, Geelong, Gateway Hotel
Grinspoon, Regurgitator, The Superjesus, Dallas Frasca, IV League

The festival also comes with a ghost of festivals past price … $65

Register for the pre-sale at www.hotterthanhelltour.com.au

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