RTRFM drops first lineup announcement for incoming 25th In The Pines Festival

RTRFM drops first lineup announcement for incoming 25th In The Pines Festival

Once again rolling into its special home of UWA's Somerville Auditorium.

Header photo by Sebastian Mrugalski.

RTRFM's much-loved annual music festival In The Pines has announced its first lineup of acts for what will be edition #25 of the iconic venue, once again taking over the idyllic surrounds of UWA's Somerville Auditorium, Sunday 29 April.

Announced on Breakfast with Caitlin this morning, it's already an ecclectic first bunch of the eventual 20 artists that will play across the pines' two stages, featuring:

- Rosemary Beads, who played the first ever In The Pines 25 years ago.

- Perth's premiere experimental artist, Furchick.

- Energetic and ever-engaging live act The Tommyhawks.

- Neo-soul future stars of Perth music, Demon Days.

- Legendary Perth act Mile End, reforming for a specil one-off show.

- Bolt Gun, bringing their much-loved 2017 EP A Man Is Wolf To Man.

- Garage-rockers Thee Loose Hounds.

As always, the fest will be broadcast live from 11am-10pm on RTRFM 92.1, and the second lineup announcement will be coming April 3, but until then check all the relevant details below and head HERE to nab a ticket.

WHEN: Sunday April 29, 2018, 11am-10pm.

WHO: The Rosemary Beads, Furchick, The Tommyhawks, Demon Days, Mile End, Bolt Gun, Thee Loose Hounds.

WHERE: Somerville Auditorium, University of Western Australia, 35 Stirling Highway, Crawley.

PRESALE TICKETS: $35 RTRFM subscribers, $40 general public from rtrfm.com.au. Gold/Platinum subscribers are free.

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