Party In The Apocalypse is heading to Hobart and bringing their heavyweight Aussie lineup with them for the two-day March festival.
The Vibestown crew behind long-time favourite Party In The Paddock are bringing their explosive new bash Party In The Apocalypse down south to Hobart after the festival’s mega success near Launceston before New Year’s.
PITA Part Two will be a two-day non camping event on March 25 and 26, taking place in the beautiful surrounds of Cornelian Bay with the likes of Peking Duk, Vera Blue, Jungle Giants and Mallrat leading the bill.
What you need to know
- Party In The Apocalypse Pt.2 is heading to Hobart after its Launceston success
- The massive local lineup includes Peking Duk, Vera Blue, Jungle Giants and Mallrat
- The two-day non camping festival is happening on 25 and 26 March.
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San Cisco have confirmed their presence after having to withdraw from the Launceston edition, while the lineup boasts talent all the way down, featuring Skegss, Thelma Plum, Confidence Man, Budjerah, Kwame, Teen Jesus And The Jean Teasers, Marlon x Rulla, and CLYPSO & Iluka.
Then, as you’d expect, a truly top-notch class of Tassie’s finest: Close Counters, Kat Edwards, Little Island, Kudu Joy, Holiday, Kaninna, Tai Harlii, Harry Jensen.
We reviewed the Launceston festival and praised it for the refreshing, end-of-times vibes it brought to end 2021 with a bang, so we can thoroughly recommend jumping on the Spirit for this one: “Party in the Apocalypse was a breath of fresh air. The two-day festival filled my lungs with the kind of carefree bliss that has been so absent from many of our lives over the past two years. This new, COVID-safe reimagining of the beloved Party in the Paddock held just the right amount of nostalgia and fresh entertainment value, with many of the young punters attending a music festival for the first time.”
Full Party In The Apocalypse lineup
The Jungle Giants
Thelma Plum Confidence Man Budjerah
Teen Jesus & The Jean Teasers Close Counters
Marlon X Rulla
In The Flowers