If you’re anything like us, you’re most likely done with winter already and excited to get into the summer swing of things. And if you’re really anything like us, it’s a given that you also love Sydney. With that in mind, we bet you’ll be as excited as we are about an event celebrating all things entertainment that this city has to offer - in the form of FBi Radio’s 15th birthday.
Now, it may not be for another couple of months just yet, but this birthday bash / festival / fundraiser looks like it’s going to be a damn good time, that’s for sure. Held at Manning House on November 3, you can expect an absolutely killer line-up of artists and DJs - and the real kicker is that it’s all-Australian, too.
Love local music? You’re in for a treat. Cloud Control, Tropical Fuck Storm, Sampa the Great, CC:DISCO!, JAALA and Miss Blanks will head up the all-star celebrations across three stages, so you’ll be left spoiled for choice. There’s really something for everyone, from psychedelic punk and hip hop to house and disco. It’s not just artists, either - you can look forward to a diverse range of DJs and obviously, entertaining hosts. This event is a real opportunity to see just how well Sydney is doing, and how well it thrives.
FBi Radio went full time in 2003, and makes sure to champion the very best in local music and youth culture as a whole. 50% of what they play on air hails from Australia, and a further 50% of that hails from Sydney itself. We’re big fans - we’re all about the local scene, and they’ve tirelessly championed it from day one. Without its talented volunteers, this independent broadcaster would never have been able to have a hand in launching the careers of countless Aussie acts - but we’re thankful that it has done. It’s also trained a generation of young, promising broadcasters and media pros as well. With a reputation like this, FBi Turns 15 is guaranteed to be big.
First release tickets are on sale now for those 18+ - get yours at early-bird prices: https://tickets.oztix.com.au/default.aspx?Event=91905
Full Line Up:
Tropical Fuck Storm
Sampa The Great
Divide And Dissolve
Freda and Jackson
Heaps Gay DJs