Antipodean Rock Collective's first Queensland show.
Australia's biggest rum and music event, The Spirit Of Bundaberg Festival, returns to Queensland next month and it has today been announced that national supergroup, Antipodean Rock Collective will headline the festival in what will be their first Queensland show.
Made up of Jet's Mark Wilson, Kram from Spiderbait, Powderfinger guitarist Darren Middleton and You Am I's Davey Lane, the newly-formed group will hit the stage on 10 October for one of their last performances together in 2015.
With a collective 33 ARIA awards and 16 top ten albums between them, the Bundaberg fest will see the boys perform fan-favourite songs from each of the respective bands, past and present.
Supporting the four iconic Aussie musicians at the event include Eden Mullohand, local act Zefereli and home-town act The Young Dingoes.
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Bundaberg Rum Senior Brand Manager Duncan Littler said the festival was a way of celebrating the Bundy community.
"It champions all that is great about the Bundaberg region and has quickly become a favourite event for music, food and rum lovers from across the nation," Littler said.
"This year we’re looking forward to one of the best festivals ever, including showcasing some of the biggest Australian music acts alongside a raft of local talent."
The free event will take place at the Distillery Showgrounds from 10am-8pm and will form the closing proceedings of Crush Festival's ten day program of new and innovative arts projects and performances, commencing from 3-12 October.