Koi Child, San Cisco, Slumberjack and more join huge local lineup for Southbound 2016

Koi Child, San Cisco, Slumberjack and more join huge local lineup for Southbound 2016

Koi Child, Slumberjack and Tired Lion among local acts added to lineup.

Following last week's announcement that festival favourites Hermitude will headline the first night of Southbound 2016, today sees a stack of West Australian favourites added to the lineup. Electro masters Slumberjack, grunge-rockers Tired Lion and Pilerats Records' own Koi Child will hit the stages in Busselton across Southbound's new dates of December 27-29, as well as other much-loved WA locals like San Cisco, Time Pilot and Elk Road. To assist with the ongoing rebuilding process following the devastating fires that ripped through the south-west earlier this year, devastating communities and forcing the cancellation of Southbound in January, the festival will continue to undertake fundraising initiatives leading up to and during the event. 

Southbound caught up with some of the artists taking to the SouthBound stages this year to find out what playing the iconic festival means to them, check out the video below.

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