Castaway Festival launches in Brisbane with What So Not, Golden Features and more

Castaway Festival launches in Brisbane with What So Not, Golden Features and more

The summer island party is packing its bags and heading east.

Following last weekend's sophomore edition on Rottnest Island with Sticky Fingers, George Maple, Ganz and Bootleg Rascal, WA-based island festival Castaway is headed east next February, taking over the pristine shores of Bribie Island - a short road trip from the city. Packing a lineup that features two of the country's biggest electronic acts in What So Not and Golden Features, they'll be joined by some local legends in Dune Rats, Feki and Gill Bates, plus west coast wanderers Sable and Tina Says:

Castaway - Bribie Island

We are very happy to announce that What So Not, Golden Features, DUNE RATS, Sable, Feki, GILL BATES and Tina Says will all be joining us as we take you to Sandstone Point Hotel on Saturday February 20th for our very first waterside party in QLD! COMPETITION TIME: Win one of 10 FREE tickets before they go on sale by simply sharing this video! Winners announced Wednesday Dec 9. General release tickets available Thursday Dec 10th at 9am from www.castawayfestival.com

Posted by Castaway - QLD on Sunday, December 6, 2015

 

The first edition of Castaway played host to Peking Duk, Benson, SAFIA, LDRU and Yeo, and last weekend's event went down a treat - check the PHOTOS for proof.

Tickets go on sale this Thursday 10 December at 9AM EST, head to the Castaway Queensland WEBSITE for more info and keep an eye on the FACEBOOK page to keep up to speed with updates.

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