Live music isn’t just back, it is UNCAGED. The newest rock festival on the Australian festival circuit, UNCAGED, has just gotten bigger with its second line up announcement.

Boasting three stages and featuring a who’s who of Australian rock royalty alongside emerging talent you need to be across, UNCAGED has continued with its bold rock genre diversity and its goal of bringing back the festival vibes of yesteryear.

Leading the charge are the iconic You Am I (Brisbane) and the legendary Tex Perkins with his Fat Rubber Band (Melbourne and Sydney) project, who will be joined by Killing Heidi (Brisbane and Melbourne), 28 Days and emerging acts I Built The Sky, Terra and Wolf & Chain.

With all restrictions eased and the festivals confirmed to proceed, it is all systems go for UNCAGED.

Festival promoter, Danny Bazzi, says: “The response to the festival has been phenomenal and we are stoked and excited to offer fans even more with some absolute icons and legends joining the line-up. This is the festival where you are guaranteed to see some of your fave bands and discover your next fave bands”.

They newly announced acts will be joined by a plethora and who’s who of the Australian rock scene, including festival headliners Wolfmother along with Magic DirtKingswoodThe Getaway PlanThe SuperjesusTumbleweedBodyjarEnd Of FashionThe Hard OnsThe Meanies and Twelve Foot Ninja.

The diversity doesn’t stop there with a wide range of emerging Australian talent featuring: Ocean SleeperBanks ArcadeThe Dead LoveLagersteinCaligula’s HorseAlt., El Colosso, Circles, The Black Cardinals, Future Static, Psycroptic, These Four Walls, Dregg, Molly & The Krells, The Last Martyr, Frankies World Famous House Band Plays Sabbath, The Omnific and Dead City Ruins.

UNCAGED Festival Dates:

Sat 22 Jan – Brisbane, Showgrounds

Sat 29 Jan – Melbourne, Coburg Velodrome

Sat 12 Feb – Sydney, Showground

Tickets on sale NOW from: uncagedfestival.com


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