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Fireball Fest 2022

Fireball Fest 2022

4:00pm, Sat 30 April, 2022 - 3:00am, Sun 1 May, 2022
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Get ready to Fire things up with Greaser and the Fireball Australia crew this April for the return of Fireball Festival 2022. Bigger and better than ever with two stages of entertainment across 3-massive days! Anyone who attended last year will remember the absolute debauchery taking place, and it is only going to get bigger this year falling on the Labour Day Weekend! Friday is free entry for all, with tickets for Saturday available now!

2022 sees headliners Set the Record and Annoying Neighbour across Friday and Saturday with a stack of locals filling out the rest of line-up. With Transmission taking over the late-night slot Saturday and iconic Brisbane D&B night Massive, taking over both stages for Sunday.

Friday kicks off with Free entry for Set The Record. Debuting in 2012, bursting onto the scene with their punchy, energetic performances, and catchy, pop punk infused songs that echoed vibes of artists like New Found Glory, Jimmy Eat World and Paramore. Fans made their debut single ‘Real’ trend #1 nationally on Twitter and supporting acts like The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, The Maine, Relient K, Cartel, and AS IT IS.

Saturday’s headliners Annoying Neighbours had humble beginnings in a garage at Gatton, QLD before the band moved on to recording and releasing their successful debut E.P. ‘Waterhole’. Following this, the boys sold-out their E.P. launch show and have since played many other sold-out shows, supporting the likes of DZ Deathrays, Peach Fur, and Total Pace. Prepare for Psych, garage and punk rock with enough fuzz, delay and wah to unleash anyone’s inner mongrel. Let’s hope you can keep up!

Prepare for 3 massive days this Labour Day long weekend and lock in your tickets early, because once they’re gone, THEY ARE GONE!


Friday (Free entry)

Set The Record 

Tragic Me

In Eyes 

East Capri 




Saturday (Paid entry)

Annoying Neighbours



Pvcker Up

The Funny Jims

Ghost College

Spent Youth


Pity Vincent

Bean Magazine