Earth Frequency’s ninth edition in is shaping up to be the biggest in its history and the awesome Aussie festival has now announced its long-awaited new venue for 2014.
Earth Frequency Festival will take place at Ivory’s Rock, located near Peak’s Crossing in South East Queensland’s beautiful Scenic Rim district. Not only is the new location one of the best we’ve ever seen for a boutique Aussie event of Earth Frequency’s stature, but the new location means its now conveniently located less than an hour from Brisbane’s CBD, 1.5 hours from the Gold Coast about about 2 from either Sunshine Coast of Byron Bay.
We’re sure you’ll agree by checking out the pictures that the venue its a perfect example of everything that makes Queensland great, ensuring this year’s event will truly landmark for the whole Australian festival and music community.
Of course, you can’t have a party without the music, and this year’s line-up is also something to shout about, with a whopping 111 artists on the bill. Open Records artists Antix/Fiord, Paul Abad, Lazarus, Closer Apart, Ed Motive and Interpulse are joined by a broad spectrum of talent across a variety of genres, from bass music kings like FreQ Nasty, The Funkhunters, Staunch and Bird Of Prey, to trance legends Zen Mechanics, Tetrameth and Slytrance, chill/downbeat kings Dub Kirtan All-Stars and live outfits Spankinhide, Dubmarine and Kooii (and loads more – check the full line-up here).
For more info or tickets to Queensland’s hottest outdoor event of summer in 2014, check out the official website here.