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Top music acts set to rock inaugrual River Festival

La Mont brought their style of groove to the party. Photo Trish Bowman / Capricorn Coast Mirror
La Mont brought their style of groove to the party. Photo Trish Bowman / Capricorn Coast Mirror Trish Bowman

THE Rockhampton River Festival has released its music line-up for the much-anticipated event.

From blues to rock, there is something for everyone to enjoy and soak up the tunes.

The event will hit the scenes of Quay St and Quay Lane along the riverside from July 10 to 12, with more than 20 local acts and six national artists performing.

The Cri Me A River main stage will bring live rock'n'roll and a modern country sing-off for those who are keen to get involved, featuring Rock Force, Pandamic, Closing the Jeffrey, Graham Blundell and many more.

Local band Pandamic recently released their EP Scumbag which has reached number one on the Triple J Unearthed chart this week.

"The festival has worked out to be great timing, with the release of our debut EP titled Scumbag," the band said.

"It's great to have such a supportive community behind us, as well as all the other talented acts within the region.

"We are looking forward to performing at such a great local event."

Featured Actsat the river festival

You have the chance to rock out to these great acts:

  • Mo Swagger
  • Pandamic
  • The Brains Trust
  • Outside the Academy
  • Weathered
  • The Short Fall
  • La Mont

Topics:  la mont music rockhampton river festival



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