Southbound (Australia) 2014

Friday 3rd to Saturday 4th January 2014
Sir Stewart Bovell Park, Busselton, Western Australia, Australia MAP
$210 Australian for weekend with camping
daily capacity: 20000
last updated: Wed 6th Nov 2013

Southbound is an Australian arts, camping and music festival taking place at the Sir Stewart Bovell Park in Busselton, in Western Australia. This year the event celebrates 10 years on Friday 3rd and Saturday 4th January 2014. Busselton is located approximately 3 hours drive south of Perth, Western Australia, near the Margaret River wine region.

Line-up

The line-up over four stages will include !!! (Chk Chk Chk), Amos Gill, Anna Lunoe, Asta, Big Scary, Bombino, Bonobo, Boston Switch, The Cat Empire, Charlie Bucket, Chet Faker, Crystal Fighters, DJ Mandy Bubb With L.C.Drums, DJ Swami Adima, Dave Callan, David Quirk, Emma Louise, Flight Facilities, Frankie Button, Gossling, Grizzly Bear, Hanni El Katib, Hermitude, Horrorshow, The Housejunkie, Hungry Kids Of Hungary, James Vincent Mcmorrow, Johnny Marr, London Grammar, MGMT, Micah, Michael Hing, Mutchy & LZ, Nath Valvo, Neil Finn, Oliver Tank, The Paper Kites, Pond, The Preatures, Purple Sneakers DJs, Pussy Shoogah, Rufus, Ronny Chieng, The Roots, The Rubens, Sosueme DJs, Slumberjack, Solange, Thundamentals, Tom Odell, Tyler Touche, Vampire Weekend, Violent Femmes, Violent Soho, The War On Drugs, White Denim, and The Wombats.

Plus comedians Amos Gill, Dave Callan, David Quirk, Michael Hing, Nath Valvo, and Ronny Chieng.

Tickets

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Tickets are priced at $210 Australian for weekend with camping .

Green ethos

There is a Green Fee of $3 added to every ticket sold. The Green Fee goes directly into purchasing carbon credits used in offsetting the carbon footprint of those patrons – including travel to and from the event. The festival also recycles waste, as well as initiatives including composting, stall holder packaging policy, EcoBound education and awareness campaigns, and more EcoBound initiatives (yet to be announced). Festival organisers also match every Green Fee dollar with $2 of its own money, used to further offset carbon emissions. They also have a Tree-For-Ticket policy, where they purchase a tree for every ticket sold. In 2009 this led to 20,000 tree plantings across Western Australia.

Getting there

There are good international transport links straight to Perth airport. If you are travelling from out of town to Busselton, buses will be organised to get you to the Festival. Bus tickets are limited and must be pre-purchased.

More information will be here when available.



Friday 3rd to Saturday 4th January 2014
Sir Stewart Bovell Park, Busselton, Western Australia, Australia MAP
$210 Australian for weekend with camping
daily capacity: 20000
last updated: Wed 6th Nov 2013


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