A nation with a proud musical history, Australia will once again showcase its best domestic talent at this year”s Homebake festival in Sydney.
From December 6th, at the height of the Australian summer, The Domain will play host to this huge festival, which promised to be bigger than ever.
The four stages at this national institution – think of a one-day Glastonbury without the mud and with far more sunshine – sell out year after year and feature some of the best know Australian bands alongside up-and-coming talent.
This year”s festivities will be presented in association with Amnesty International, running its Peace in the Park! theme, which aims to promote freedom and human rights around the world.
The guests appearing this time around will feature rock-pop stalwarts Crowded House, punk-pop upstarts The Vines and hotly-tipped newcomer Gabriella Cilmi.
The festival began in 1996, when it was held at Belongil Fields, Byron Bay in New South Wales.
Unlike many of the music festivals in the UK which have an established home, the festival has moved around all over the country in its history and has often featured concerts in more than one location each year, giving the maximum number of fans the chance to see their favourite acts.
Sydney – Take a cruise of Sydney Harbour or relax on the white sands on Manly Beach.