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DZ Deathrays Headline Blurst of Times Festival

DZ Deathrays Headline Blurst of Times Festival

| On 14, Aug 2014

If you thought Brisbane couldn’t get more exciting this season, I have news for you. The Blurst of Times festival is back for its second year bringing an explosion of incredible Australian music.

Last year saw an exorbitant amount of talent; with Brisbane royalty Violent Soho, and Velociraptor headlining the festive and other great performances from The Cairos, Gung Ho, Drunk Mums, and Bored Nothing.

Promoters from The Fans Group and Destroy All Lines have declared that this year’s Blurst festival will provide, “an even more exciting line up”, and they definitely delivered!

It has been announced that the kings of thrash pop, DZ Deathrays, will be headlining in October alongside 19 other Aussie favourites: Hard-Ons, Dick Diver, Blank Realm, The UV Race, Orphans Orphans, Major Leagues, TV Colours, High Tension, Babaganouij, Rolls Bayce, Day Ravies, I a Man, High-Tales, Dollar Bar, Roku Music, Born Lion, The Good Sports, The Upskirts,and Salvadarlings.

dz deathraysThe festival will take over Fortitude Valley venues: The Brightside, The Brightside car park, and The Zoo, which will provide three stages of mind-blowing entertainment all night long.

There have been rumours that the festival may bring international acts to our shores, which will be revealed in the second line-up that will include ten more acts.

There is even more news that suggests the promoters for Blurst of Times are planning another phenomenal event for Stranded festival on a secret island location later this year. Watch this space!

It was the best of times; it was the blurst of times.

The Details
What: The Blurst of Times festival
Where: Various Fortitude Valley venues
When:  18 October
How Much: $47.95 for Early Bird tickets
Tickets: Buy Here

Images Courtesy of Mucho Bravado and DZ Deathrays