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Underground Music Fest ‘Welcome to Nowhere’

Underground Music Fest ‘Welcome to Nowhere’ first lineup announcement

Friday, 19 October 2018, 6:30am

Press Release: Eyegum Music Collective

The Eyegum Music Collective are excited to announce their first lineup for the underground festival ‘Welcome to Nowhere’.

Set 50km inland from Whanganui, Welcome to Nowhere incorporates music, poetry and conceptual art over one epic weekend (Jan 12-13). This is the third year the festival has been run from it’s secret location deep in the heart of the Whanganui district.

Cellphone and internet reception are still non-existent and that is likely to continue for the foreseeable future. Lucky Jim is not serving the public.

The first lineup includes:

Flite (Wgtn), Fruit Juice Parade (Palm), Goya (Wgtn), DAFM (Wgtn), K2K (Akl), Koizilla (Dun), Linen (Wgtn), Ludus (Wgtn), Motte (ChCh), Mr Amish (Wgtn), New Age Leper (Wgtn), Stasher (Wgtn), Stef Animal (Dun), The Golden Awesome (Dun/Wgtn), The Horror in the Clay (Akl), The Spectre Collective (Wgtn), Ursula Le Sin (Wgtn), Wren (Wgtn)

A second band announcement plus separate poetry/conceptual art announcement are set to be released over the next few weeks.

ENDS.

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