Surf some sweet melodies and soak up the summer vibes at Road Trip Festival
In news that will delight everyone – we have officially passed the halfway point of winter. As you slowly begin to thaw out and emerge from your blanket cocoon, it’s time to start making some summer plans. If you’re a fan of the indie-folk lifestyle, then Road Trip Music Festival is the perfect way to ease you back into the warm summer months ahead. Hosted across two days at NightQuarter and Miami Marketta, Road Trip is set to bring together a community of alluring acts to celebrate freedom, surfing, the outdoors and those summer vibes we have all been missing.
Back for the second year, Road Trip is bringing some of Australia’s best indie-folk musicians and bands along for the ride. Headlining the event is surf-folk singer and songwriter Jack Botts from the Northern Rivers, who has recently risen to popularity with his release ‘Slow Mornings’. Jack will be supported by Yamba locals Alivan Blu, Felipe Baldomir from Byron Bay, Didirri, Jordy Maxwell, Little Quirks, Michael Dunstan, Riley Pearce and Steph Strings. These artists bring their unique persona to indie and folk music and are sure to set your soul alight with some mellow sounds and summer vibes.
Road Trip Festival will roll into the Sunshine Coast’s NightQuarter on Saturday September 17, before hitting Miami Marketta on the Gold Coast on Sunday September 18. Each day will showcase the talented line-up of acts, with the venues also slinging plenty of delicious eats to nourish and fuel you through the dance moves. If you’ve been craving an escape from the cooler months that will warm the body and soul, be sure to snag your ticket to Road Trip Festival and enjoy the ultimate day surfing some sweet, sweet musical melodies. First release tickets are available online for $59.90.