Southbound 2013

Southbound 2013


The inaugural Southbound festival began in 2005 and many years later, it’s still WA’s only music, camping and arts festival. 2013 marks Southbound’s 9th (yes, 9th!) year and boy, are we excited to bring you an amazing array of talent and good times to be had.

Located in the beautiful South West town of Busselton, just a two and a half hour-ish drive south of Perth, Southbound has seen the likes of acts such as the Klaxons, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, Public Enemy, The Hives, Kings of Leon, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, The National, John Butler Trio, Basement Jaxx, Modest Mouse, CSS, Fleet Foxes, Franz Ferdinand, Moby, Arctic Monkeys, The Temper Trap, Birds of Tokyo, Dandy Warhols, The Shins and Bliss n Eso to name but a few!

The festival continues to bring sizzling talent from overseas along with the most talented home-grown Australian artists to you in the form of one superb and sustainable festival. Punters are offered and urged to take in the whole experience by getting in touch with nature and camping at the festival site over the weekend, so as to not miss out on one second of the good times on offer.

Southbound features leisure in the form of music and comedy acts, food and market stalls as well as various activities to keep you entertained over the weekend. The festival supports environmental sustainability, having won two “A Greener Festival” awards through programs such as sustainment carbon offset fees, a ‘green team’ for rubbish collection, “Tree for Tickets” programs, recycling stations and eco stalls.

Southbound 2013 will be held on the 4th and 5th of January 2013.
Add to list
Free
47
2.4
User ratings
11
Installs
500+
Concerns
0
File size
11708 kb
Screenshots
Screenshot of Southbound 2013 Screenshot of Southbound 2013 Screenshot of Southbound 2013
About Southbound 2013
The inaugural Southbound festival began in 2005 and many years later, it’s still WA’s only music, camping and arts festival. 2013 marks Southbound’s 9th (yes, 9th!) year and boy, are we excited to bring you an amazing array of talent and good times to be had.

Located in the beautiful South West town of Busselton, just a two and a half hour-ish drive south of Perth, Southbound has seen the likes of acts such as the Klaxons, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, Public Enemy, The Hives, Kings of Leon, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, The National, John Butler Trio, Basement Jaxx, Modest Mouse, CSS, Fleet Foxes, Franz Ferdinand, Moby, Arctic Monkeys, The Temper Trap, Birds of Tokyo, Dandy Warhols, The Shins and Bliss n Eso to name but a few!

The festival continues to bring sizzling talent from overseas along with the most talented home-grown Australian artists to you in the form of one superb and sustainable festival. Punters are offered and urged to take in the whole experience by getting in touch with nature and camping at the festival site over the weekend, so as to not miss out on one second of the good times on offer.

Southbound features leisure in the form of music and comedy acts, food and market stalls as well as various activities to keep you entertained over the weekend. The festival supports environmental sustainability, having won two “A Greener Festival” awards through programs such as sustainment carbon offset fees, a ‘green team’ for rubbish collection, “Tree for Tickets” programs, recycling stations and eco stalls.

Southbound 2013 will be held on the 4th and 5th of January 2013.

User reviews of Southbound 2013
Write the first review for this app!
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Dec 27, 2012
Recent update didn't work It worked until the recent update, now whenever I go to the Festival Planner page the artists are all cramped up together and I am unable to select anything
A Google User
Dec 27, 2012
Recent update didn't work It worked until the recent update, now whenever I go to the Festival Planner page the artists are all cramped up together and I am unable to select anything
A Google User
Dec 21, 2012
Fixed It was broken, but the update on the 21st fixed the problem of not loading. Works great now.
A Google User
Dec 21, 2012
Aced it! Dont know what people are complaining about, great app, practical and will be a wiked help at the festival! :D if th text is to small, they have this nifty little invention called 'zoom' quite brilliant actually ;)
A Google User
Dec 21, 2012
Won't open Using a GNexus and it failed to launch. "Couldn't connect to server"