Blurst of Times Festival Expands to Melbourne and Sydney 2014 is the year for big things and Brisbane’s The Blurst of Times Festival ain’t taking small steps with not only the announcement of the return of the festival to Brisbane, but also with the expansion of the festival to not only Sydney but also Melbourne. The line up will vary from city to city, but all three will be headed by DZ Deathrays and Hard-Ons, an array of local acts called upon to fill out the remainder of the festival. For the Melbourne stint the festival will be hosted at a brand new venue of Seaworks at Williamstown, an easy 15 minutes drive from the CBD and as the press release notes “a mere stumble” from Williamstown train station. The first lineup announcements are already out with the second announcement for all cities set to drop on Monday September 8th. The Blurst of Times Festival 2014 BRISBANE Saturday October 18 – The Brightside, The Brightside Carpark & The Zoo DZ DEATHRAYS HARD-ONS DICK DIVER BLANK REALM THE UV RACE ORPHANS ORPHANS MAJOR LEAGUES TV COLOURS HIGH TENSION BABAGANOUJ ROLLS BAYCE DAY RAVIES I, A MAN HIGH-TAILS DOLLAR BAR ROKU MUSIC BORN LION THE GOOD SPORTS THE UPSKIRTS SALVADARLINGS Tickets available NOW from Oztix MELBOURNE Sunday October 19 – Seaworks Williamstown DZ DEATHRAYS HARD-ONS JEREMY NEALE HARMONY BEACHES DRUNK MUMS THE UV RACE BLANK REALM TV COLOURS MAJOR LEAGUES SPOD DONNY BENET SUPER BEST FRIENDS SCOTDRAKULA BABAGANOUJ ROLLS BAYCE MISS DESTINY SUNBEAM SOUND MACHINE CHORES THE GOOD SPORTS Tickets available NOW from Oztix or Ticket Scout SYDNEY Saturday October 25 – The Factory Theatre DZ DEATHRAYS HARD-ONS JEREMY NEALE BLANK REALM STEP PANTHER TV COLOURS CHICKS WHO LOVE GUNS BEARHUG SPOD DONNY BENET BORN LION BABAGANOUJ BLACK ZEROS ROLLS BAYCE LOW LIFE HOCKEY DAD THE UPSKIRTS THESE NEW SOUTH WHALES Tickets available NOW from The Factory Theatre or Oztix Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.