Vision Festival returns to Adelaide this July

Vision Festival returns to Adelaide this July

Ready to shine a light on some of the country's brightest emerging rock acts.

Vision Festival is back as part of Music SA's inaugural Umbrella Winter City Sounds program, with Adelaide heavyweights Horror My Friend and Perth's The Love Junkies among some of the super talented acts on the impressive lineup. Aimed at providing a spotlight for some of Australia's biggest up and comers, Vision Festival will take place at Jive nightclub - the home of live music in South Australia, on Saturday July 16, and offers a lineup that is sure to tickle the fancy of any fan of guitar-driven tunes.

Sharing the stage with Horror My Friend (who recently released their debut album Stay In, Do Nothing) and The Love Junkies (who are set to release their highly anticipated third record later this year) are Newcastle grunge rockers Maids, chaotic SA locals Cobra and emerging student act Pemberton. With tickets setting you back a miserly $10 (plus booking fee), there's no excuse not to get down to Vision Festival on July 16th and check out some of the hugely talented acts making waves around the country at the moment. Head over to the Umbrella Winter City Sounds WEBSITE for more info. 

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