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Fairgrounds Festival Berry Reveals 2017 Lineup

by Noise11.com on August 17, 2017

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The Shins, Future Islands and Client Liaison lead the lineup for the Fairgrounds Festival at Berry in December.

The annual South Coast New South Wales event will take place at the Berry Showgrounds on December 8 and 9

FAIRGROUNDS LINE-UP

Aldous Harding
Client Liaison
D.D Dumbo
Future Islands
Hockey Dad
Holly Throsby
Japanese Breakfast
Jen Cloher
Jess Locke
Leah Senior
Marlon Williams
Noname
Press Club
The Shins
Shogun (Royal Headache)
Spiral Stairs (Pavement)
The Teskey Brothers
You Am I
Plus Triple J Unearthed Winner

TICKETS on sale from Moshtix 9am, Tuesday 22nd August
FESTIVAL ENTRY – $160 + bf
FESTIVAL ENTRY + CAMPING – $220 + bf
FESTIVAL ENTRY + SHUTTLE – $198 + bf
Kids under 12 are free when accompanied by an adult and registered during purchase

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