In The Pines returns for its 24th year, taking over Somerville Auditorium this Sunday

In The Pines returns for its 24th year, taking over Somerville Auditorium this Sunday

Jebediah, The Love Junkies, POW! Negro, Hideous Sun Demon and more of Perth's best take over UWA's Somerville Auditorium this weekend.

Ran by the good lords over at RTRFM, the annual In The Pines festival (which is in its 24th year, for your information - that's longer than Big Day Out and Soundwave ever lasted) have been responsible for giving some of Western Australia's most exciting acts a festival stage to play on, helping in the success stories of acts including San Cisco, GUNNS, Flower Drums, Methyl Ethel and Tired Lion over the past five years. This year they're back, returning to UWA's picturesque Somerville Auditorium with a stellar line-up of some of Perth and beyond's best. Names on this year's bill include Dream Rimmy, Hideous Sun Demon, Jebediah, The Love Junkies, POW! Negro, Rag n' Bone and a stack of others (full line-up below). Final tickets are available HERE ($30 if you're a RTRFM subscribers, $35 if you're not), but if you miss out never fear - there's a few extra on the door and the whole event will be streaming on RTRFM liveĀ online, or on 92.1FM if you happen to live in the Perth area.

Here's the full line-up:

rtrfm in the pines poster

... and here are a couple of acts on this year's bill that we've been vibing and heavily suggest you check out on the afternoon, if you're not already:

Dream Rimmy

Hideous Sun Demon

Jebediah

The Love Junkies

Rag N' Bone

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