Posted by Leigh Cox
28. Dec, 2010
Trawling through cyberspace for something to keep you busy this wet, windy and wonderful New Year’s period? Why not switch that computer off, and get down and dirty at the Pyramid Festival in Phillip Island from 29th of December 2011 until the 1st of January 2011?
Punters won’t be disappointed at all with the biggest lineup in the festival’s seven-year history. Acts include N*E*R*D, Chromeo, Born Ruffians, Shout Out Louds, Arrested Development, Jebediah, Tumbleweed plus many many more.
Tickets are still on sale. If you’re keen to load up the car with some mates and get your camp on for a few days of musical madness head to www.thepyramidrockfestival.com/layout.asp for more info.
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