Parklife have finally announced their new line-up for the 2010 festival and it's a corka!!! With Missy Elliott being the massive drawcard - rolling deep with a 27-strong dance crew and reppin' a brand new album, the rest of the line up isn't too shabby either with Busy P, Kele (Bloc Party), The Dandy Warhols and Midnight Juggernauts rocking the spot. For a full line up check the press release below, and remember, tickets go onsale July 1st at www.parklife.com.au
Fuzzy today announces a phenomenal Parklife 2010 10th birthday line-up, they think it's their best yet. Not just more big acts in total, but some moments Parklife hasn't seen the likes of, and a lot of sets you'll be buzzing about all Summer long. Bloc Party lead singer Kele's smash solo album brings him and his band to Parklife to dazzle us with new tracks, plus the best Bloc Party classics live. Legendary US indie heroes The Dandy Warhols, responsible for some of the catchiest lyrics in modern rock and stars of the cult doco DIG! are joining the Parklife posse and....drumroll...yes, six-time Grammy winner Missy Elliott is playing Parklife with a 27-strong all dancing entourage and a brand new album! Tickets go on-sale July 1 at www.parklife.com.au.
This year Parklife in QLD moves to a new venue, Parklands Gold Coast, with more space and easier stage access; and Parklife Melbourne moves to Sidney Myer Bowl and Kings Domain, with more grass, more trees and more space. Parklife always brings a bunch of hot fresh artists not seen by the Australian public before, and this year is no exception. Darwin Deez, Ou est le Swimming Pool, Dan Black, Chiddy Bang, Memory Tapes, Delorean, The Glitch Mob, Wolf Gang and a bunch more are headed this way for the first time.
Cut Copy will be playing their first Australian show in almost two years at Parklife, having just completed their rumoured-to-be-best-yet third album. Fresh from collaborating with Pharell on her latest album release ‘Sex Dreams and Denim Jeans', Uffie has a new live show that'll pop your glocks off! Midnight Juggernauts circle past Saturn and head back to Earth via Parklife with a new live show featuring album number two of dizzying kaleidoscopic pop, ‘The Crystal Axis'. While we're still working out whether we should really dance around to The Wombats drily comic ‘Lets dance to Joy Division'; the band are holed up in the studio putting the finishing touches to their brand new album. Fuzzy faves Soulwax return to the Parklife fold with a new live show and material that will no doubt reconfirm why they have played over 120 live shows and festivals worldwide, and Holy Ghost! will play their first live shows in Australia.
The Dandy Warhols
The Glitch Mob
New Young Pony Club
Ou Est Le Swimming Pool
Mix Master Mike
Gypsy and the cat
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