Sydney, AU. (SONY BMG Music
Entertainment) - Giddy-up! The second round of acts for Homebake 2005 has been announced, and anyone with a ticket to the sold-out festival is in for one serious party! Joining the all-Australian bill will be electro rockers Rogue Traders, singer/songwriter extraordinaire Alex Lloyd, The Presets, P-Money, The Herd, Expatriate and stacks more.
With acts like Something For Kate, The Finn Brothers, Ben Lee
and The Living End
already announced, Homebake 'The Honours Year' was shaping up as the hottest festival of the year. Now, with the final round of acts announced, it's so hot right now that we can't even look at the line-up without internally combusting.
Following their slamming performance to open the 2005 ARIAs, rockin' renegades Rogue Traders will deliver a dose of punked up electro warfare to the Homebake Big Top. Expect unfettered energy in a blistering live show like no other when the Rogues hit the stage!
Also joining the Homebake bill is seasoned performer Alex Lloyd, who'll be bringing the sweet sounds of his brilliant new self-titled album to the festival.
This year's event sold out in record time, so if you've got yourself a ticket, consider yourself extremely lucky! The action all takes place on Saturday, December 3.
Here's the full line-up for Homebake 2005 'The Honours year':
The Finn Brothers | The Living End | Something For Kate | Ben Lee | Wolfmother | The Cat Empire | Cut Copy | Cog | The Saints | The Beautiful Girls | Decoder Ring | Sarah Blasko | End Of Fashion | Evermore | The Go-Betweens | Paul Mac | The Dirty Three | Katalyst & Ru C.L | Sneaky Sound System | Kisschasy | Wolf & Cub | The Rogue Traders | Architecture In Helsinki | Pnau | Alex Lloyd | The Mess Hall | The Herd | Amiel | P-Money | The Presets | The Morning After Girls | The Grates | Dj Peril + Suburban Intellect | Nfa | Local Knowledge | Dappled Cities Fly | British India | Expatriate | The Scare | The Hot Lies | The Golden Age | Die! Die! Die! | & The Hopetoun Incentive Band Competition Winner
Hit the Homebake website for more details.
Rogue Traders' new album 'Here Come The Drums' and Alex Lloyd's album 'Alex Lloyd' are both in stores now.