Blah Blah Blah 2012 Tickets QLD
12:00pm, Fri 28th December, 2012
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Blah Blah Blah returns for it’s forth year as one of the country’s finest and most anticipated boutique music events; with a strict capacity, a breathtaking venue, a line up to bring a smile to your face and heaven to your ears!
Set amongst the leaves of 5000 plants, with a retractable glass roof and Brisbane's beautiful inner city skyline as the backdrop; the magnificent, weather-proof surrounds of Australia's most impressive venue, Cloudland, is the brand new venue for Blah Blah Blah 2012.
Blah Blah Blah returns for it's forth year as one of the country's finest and most anticipated boutique music events. With a strict capacity, a breathtaking venue, a line up to bring a smile to your face and heaven to your ears; BBB is celebrated for its unique ability to gather a well rounded entertainment experience unlike any other in Brisbane.
Past year's lineups have included legendary names like: Digitalism, The Funkoars, The Freestylers, LTJ Bukem, HorrorShow, A. Skillz, BeardyMan, The Cuban Brothers, Borgore, the Scratch Perverts, Yo Majesty! And many, many more; this year the ADICTS team have not disappointed the growing BBB faithfuls...
The impressive line up of acts for 2012 boasts names that are as rare as endangered animals (and just as tasty):
- Scribe (NZ)
- The Nextmen (UK)
- Lady Waks (Russia)
- Phetsta (Perth)
- Marten Hørger (Germany)
- Spenda C (Sydney)
- Filth Collins (Sydney)
- 2 Dogs (Resin Dogs)
- Sangers & Ra
- Danny T
- Slop Rock
- Paul Master + MC Kitch
- Vinyl Slingers
Plus more to be announced.
...And if you're impressed by the lineup, ask anyone who's been to Blah Blah Blah before and you'll learn that this event is better known for its delivery of the complete entertainment experience - minimal queues - room to move and dance; a fun, respectful and down to boogie crowd; a focus on artistic decor; and of course an amazing underground music lineup exposing the non-commercial music genres overlooked by other festivals - Blah Blah Blah is back, better and more creative than ever!
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