Icehouse Sunnyboys Do Re Mi and Mentals Go Beyond The C -
Icehouse perform at A Day In The Gardens in the Royal Botanical Gardens Melbourne on Sunday 12 March 2017.

Iva Davies of Icehouse Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Icehouse Sunnyboys Do Re Mi and Mentals Go Beyond The C

by Paul Cashmere on October 5, 2018

in News

The all-new Beyond The C music festival line-up has just gone on sale with an astonishing 80s Oz Rock mob headlined by Icehouse.

Beyond The C recently announced the reformed Do Re Mi for their first shows since the late 80s will be part of the bill. Deborah Conway and Helen Carter have reformed their influential 80s alt-rock band with an all-female line-up.

Sunnyboys will also perform. They reformed in 2012 after a 21 year break and went on to perform for national audiences including their biggest audience every for A Day On The Green.

Jeremy Oxley, Sunnyboys. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Jeremy Oxley of Sunnyboys, photo by Ros O’Gorman

Greedy Smith is keeping up the Mental As Anything momentum while his co-founder Martin Plaza battling cancer. The Mentals do have a surprise or two in the show which includes a new Martin Plaza song ‘Get To Kiss’. Martin wrote the song a few years back and Greedy recently added lyrics. Its now part of Mentals setlist as ‘Goat Tracks In My Sandpit’.

The 2017 APIA Good Times tour with Mental As Anything. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Mental As Anything, photo by Ros O’Gorman

Icehouse played their most recent show on 22 March in Penrith. While the set will most likely change by Beyond The C time you will be guaranteed a show the calibre of this.

Icehouse (from Flowers, Icehouse, 1980)
Mr Big (from Measure for Measure, 1986)
Hey, Little Girl (from Primitive Man, 1982)
Crazy (from Man of Colours, 1987)
No Promises (from Measure for Measure, 1986)
Electric Blue (from Man of Colours, 1987)
Touch the Fire (from Great Southern Land, 1989)
Fatman (from Flowers, Icehouse, 1980)
Don’t Believe Anymore (from Sidewalk, 1984)
Great Southern Land (from Primitive Man, 1982)
Get It On (T. Rex cover)
Can’t Help Myself (from Flowers, Icehouse, 1980)
We Can Get Together (from Flowers, Icehouse, 1980)

Nothing Too Serious (from Man of Colours, 1987)

Beyond The C dates

Camp Shortland, Newcastle
Saturday 19th January, 2019
Gates open at 1.00pm

Stuart Park, Wollongong
Sunday 20th January, 2019
Gates open at 1.00pm

Queen Elizabeth Park, Coolongatta
Saturday 2nd February, 2019
Gates open at 1.00pm

Leura Park, Geelong
Saturday 9th February, 2019
Gates open at 1.00pm

Glenelg Beach, Adelaide
Sunday 10th February, 2019
Gates open at 1.00pm

Tickets on sale on Friday 5th October at 10.00am (local time)
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