Melbourne’s laneway culture is getting amped up and loud for one night only on Sunday 18 November as part of the Melbourne Music Week, when AC/DC Lane will play host to the first Civic Sounds laneway party.
Set in the heart of the city with Melbourne’s skyline as the backdrop, AC/DC Lane and on the Cherry Bar stage, the CBD is set come alive thanks to Regurgitator, Nai Palm, RVG, The Bennies, BEC SANDRIDGE, IV League, Ro, BATZ, Destrends, The Cherry Dolls, Auntie Leo & The Backstabbers, The Grogans and DPRS – Democratic People’s Republic of Surf .
CIVIC SOUNDS Laneway Festival 2018
Sunday 18 November – ACDC Lane, Melbourne
12pm – 10pm
STONE AND WOOD MAINSTAGE
Regurgutator – 8.15PM – 9.15PM
Nai Palm – 6.45PM – 7.45PM
RVG – 5.30PM – 6.15
The Bennies – 4.15PM – 5PM
Bec Sandridge – 3.15PM – 3.45PM
IV League – 1.15PM – 1.45PM
BATZ – 12.15PM – 12.45PM
DPRS – 12.15PM – 12.45PM
RO – 6PM – 6.30PM
Auntie Leo & The Backstabbers – 5PM – 5.30PM
The Cherry Dolls – 4PM – 4.30PM
Destrends – 3PM – 3.30PM
The Grogans – 2PM – 2.30PM
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