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Hits & Pits

Hits & Pits


Saturday, 23 March 2013
$86.50 ( + Booking Fee)
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All Ages

Presented by: Collateral Manage Co.

The 2013 Hits & Pits Touring Mini-Festival proudly presented and brought to you by Collateral Manage Co, Bombshellzine & Triple J - will take aim on Australia in March & April. Collecting the cities of Brisbane, Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth along the way.

This Tour will drag California's Mad Caddies from the recording Studio to headline and garnish the event with their intense & fun-loving form of Ska, Punk, Polka & Reggae music. You've seen them before; you love what you've seen.

It will be a chance to get gnarly as this 7 piece triumphantly conquers Australia yet again.

Having called a Hiatus back in 2007, It always seemed unlikely of Punk / Hardcore fans ever re-gaining the chance to see legendary Santa Cruz locals Good Riddance, live on our Australian shores again.

Hold the Press; eat those words, Good Riddance WILL be returning for all dates.

Wipe that dust of those GR discs, jog your memory of these political protests and personal struggle soundtracks, unless you are like us and you never stopped listening! Which we know is the case...

The far from Cliché Quintet, outta New Bedford, Massachusetts; A Wilhelm Scream, Not only front the wave of the new Melodic/Hardcore sound, but also bring the pace, the party, the riffs and the harmonies to continually change the face and revitalise a genre desperately requiring an engaging and powerful performance. Put simply, A Wilhelm Scream will rule your stage.

Who Do Voodoo? We Do!


Riverside California, 1989, 3 brothers grab a few musicians' form a Ska/Punk band and name themselves the Voodoo Glow Skulls.

Australia 2013, 24 years of playing music together, VGS return to grace this land and perform for their allegiance of fans.

From the country Justin Bieber, Terrance and Phillip & Poutine, and definitely becoming Australia's most beloved constant visitors, back by Popular Demand, we bring you The Flatliners. Playing their array of Punk and Ska tunes. If you catch the guys wandering through the crowd, be sure to congratulate the young fella's on already reaching a decade of playing together as a unit... crazy.

Diesel Boy haven't toured Australia in a long time. I mean, a l-o-n-g time.

So this opportunity is sweet.

Diesel Dave + his Acoustic Guitar = flashbacks of a better time, and a damn good chance to hold a drink up high, chill in the beer garden and singalong to the fun, perverted and familiar songs provided.

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