Monday, February 18, 2013

Line-ups for each show!

After much wrangling into shape, the line-ups for each show have now been fixed, and are as follows:

Thursday 21 March – Dunedin Public Art Gallery, The Octagon, 7pm – 11pm

- Stephen Kilroy
- The Ladder is Part of the Pit
- Greg Malcolm
- Jeff Henderson / Hermione Johnson

Friday 22 March – Chicks Hotel, Port Chalmers, 8pm – 12am

- Sam Hamilton
- Bruce Russell / Peter Wright
- Omit
- The All Seeing Hand

Saturday 23 March – The Anteroom, Masonic Lodge, Port Chalmers, 1pm – 5pm 

- Magnetic Field Data
- Memory Burn
- Alastair Galbraith
- Eye

Saturday 23 March – Chicks Hotel, Port Chalmers, 8pm – 1am

- Black Yoghurt 
- Foxtrot 
- Gate
- Murderbike
- The Futurians

We're getting very excited about the shows - all strong line-ups as usual, culminating with the dancefloor madness double-bill of Murderbike and The Futurians on the final night. The Futurians brought the house down to close the last Dunedin Lines of Flight, and they are back to pulverise the audience once more!

Notice we aren't one of those annoying festivals which have multiple stages going at once, creating clashes when you want to see both bands at the same time. : )

We will post more in-depth information and web links on each performer/act in the next couple of weeks, so keep checking the blog and spread the word.


Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Lines of Flight - 3rd announcement

Hi all,

We will be posting the individual line-ups for each of the four shows in the next few days, so keep checking the blog. Organisation is going well, and the festival promises to be as amazing as ever!

We have had a slight change to the lineup - Our Love Will Destroy the World (Campbell Kneale) has sadly had to cancel. However, to replace him we have not one but two acts - the wonderful otherworldy sounds of Omit, and voodoo art/pop/soundscapist Sam Hamilton. We had 16 acts, but when we heard Omit could play, there was no choice but to expand the programme. : )

For all out-of-towners, make sure you book your flights asap - we are part of the Dunedin Fringe Festival so there are a lot of people descending on Dunedin for the fortnight!

xx lof