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Mountain Sounds Drawing Crowds

Mountain Sounds Festival has already sold out early bird tickets! That’s right folks the contemporary, boutique festival located on New South Wales’ central coast is luring in music fans left, right and centre. And by the looks of it, a pass into Mountains Sounds may just be the hottest property around come summer’s end. 

With a line-up of consisting of stellar names such as DZ Death Rays, The Kite String Tangle, Luke Million, East and The Griswolds it’s no wonder that early bird tickets sold out in just over a week. But for those of you who can’t wait that long to get on your dancing shoes, the festival organisers have announced a series of launch parties to give you all a taste of what’s to come. 

With the first being already labelled in the history books as a huge success, the next is sure to follow in the same suit. So get yourself to Sydney’s Oxford Art Factory on December 19 where East, Olympic Ayres, Hockey Dad and I Know Leopard will be putting on a show. There will also be live-art installations and discounted drinks for those early to arrive. Tickets are $14 pre-sale or $20 at the door.  

For those unable to attend there will be a final launch party in Newcastle on Saturday the 11th of January at the Small Ballroom however the line-up is unannounced as of yet. 

Mountain Sounds Festival Launch Party

Friday, December 19th 2014

Oxford Art Factory

Complimentary drink on arrival

 Tickets are $14 pre-sale and $20 on the door

For more information on the launch parties or Mountain Sounds head to: http://www.mountainsoundsfestival.com.au

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