Gold Coast is getting another one-day festival

Spiderbait headlines Come Together on the Gold Coast

It’s a music lover’s bonanza. Nightquarter has partnered with Luna Park Sydney to brings its famed one-day party to our golden shores for the first time.

Come Together has been around for more than a decade, delivering some of the country’s most memorable indie rock and hip-hop gatherings and now it’s coming to the Gold Coast for its maiden voyage. And the lineup is seriously ace.

Spiderbait will headline the one-day extravaganza, with regular rock faves The Superjesus also in the bill. Mammal, Osaka Punch and serious party gals Rackett have also been announced

Come Together takes place Saturday 30 June at Nightquarter with doors at 4.00pm.

Spiderbait are without doubt one of Australia’s favourite live bands and will always be remembered for being the first ever Aussie act to top triple j’s Hottest 100 with their banger ‘Buy Me a Pony’. As well as laying claim to a swag of ARIAs, they’ve continued to deliver big tours to masses of happy punters. And who better to join them on the lineup than The Superjesus with the legendary Sarah McLeod up front. The Superjesus are celebrating 20 years since the release of their platinum debut album ‘Sumo’.

Mammal will bring monster riff and thunderous rhythms, Osaka Punch will fuse humour, satire, jazz chops and a solid rock ethos and Sydney four-piece Rackett will dish up experimental punk-pop.

All in all, six hours of riffage will be yours for the taking on Saturday 30 June at Nightquarter.

Earlybird tickets are extremely limited and go on sale Monday 23 April at 9.00am. You can grab them at nightquarter.com.au and oztix.com.au.

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