A few weeks ago ‘Til The Wheels Fall Off promised you a line up announcement and today they deliver!
Three huge days in Launceston that will see a very impressive gathering of your fav Aussie bands take over The Launceston Workers Club from November 2 to 4.
Curating the festival since its inception in 2014 and heading up the line up is local Tasmanian legends Luca Brasi. Fresh off the back of releasing their fourth album Stay and touring the mainland, Luca Brasi have toured non-stop both at home and abroad over the last few years and are stoked to continue Wheels in 2018, to bring a bunch of their musical mates together in their much-loved Tassie.
Joining Luca Brasi is the brutally honest, both on stage and off, Perth’s Tired Lion who last year released their critically acclaimed, triple j Feature album, Dumb Days. Melbourne four piece, Ceres, are next up. Bringing their genius melodies and heartfelt tales of lost love to Tassie. Along with Adelaide indie-punk duo The Hard Aches.
Having just released their second album St. Leonards, Slowly Slowly, along with and the electrifying WAAX and Melbourne mates Press Club and Cable Ties are heading over the ditch for the weekend.
And rounding out the roll call is locals A.Swayze and the Ghost, along with Totty, Antonia and the Lazy Susans, Wing Defence, Ride The Tiger, Lincoln Le Fevre, Ben Stewart, The Wedding Pingers, Jack McLaine, Kat Edwards, FLXW, Frankie Andrew and Monique How.
One huge weekend of good mates, good music and good times. Grab your tickets now.
TIL THE WHEELS FALL OFF 2018
THE HARD ACHES
A. SWAYZE & THE GHOSTS
ANTONIA & THE LAZY SUSANS
RIDE THE TIGER
LINCOLN LE FEVRE
THE WEDDING PINGERS
PRESALE LIVE WEDNESDAY AUGUST 1ST
TICKETS ON SALE THURSDAY AUGUST 2ND
WEEKEND PASSES $120+BF
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