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Destroy All Lines is launching Knight & Day in Victoria this winter and Silverback Touring is taking Uncaged to the East Coast in 2022
By IQ on 15 Sep 2021
Australia is set to gain two new rock festivals in 2021 and 2022.
Leading Australian promoter Destroy All Lines is bringing a two-day alternative music festival to Victoria this winter.
Knight & Day will take place at Kryal Castle (Australia’s only medieval adventure park) in Ballarat between 30 and 31 December 2021.
According to the festival, attendees will be able to enjoy “a mesmerising maze, medieval performances, dungeons, torture museums, knights towers, secret dragons and a labyrinth,” alongside full-band and acoustic performances, as well as DJ sets.
Parkway Drive, Polaris and Alex Lahey are set to headline the event.
Early Bird pre-sale tickets are available on Tuesday 21 September at 10:00 AEST. Camping is not available. Find out more information here.
“The time was right to introduce a new summer festival, one which will appeal to a wide cross-section of rock fans”
Australian rock fans can also look forward to the inaugural edition of Uncaged, produced by Silverback Touring.
The East Coast touring festival will feature “a diversely curated blend of hard rock, punk [and] metal” acts, exclusively from Australia and New Zealand.
The three-city run will kick off in Brisbane showgrounds on Saturday 22 January 2022 before stopping off at Melbourne’s Coburg Velodrome (Saturday 29 January) and Sydney’s Olympic Park (Saturday 12 February).
Danny Bazzi, head of Silverback Touring, said in a statement today (15 September): “The time was right to introduce a new summer festival, one which will appeal to a wide cross-section of rock fans.”
The first line-up announcement for Uncaged will be made next Wednesday 22 September. Tickets are yet to go on sale. More information can be found here.
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