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HERE COMES THE SUN Smiles returning to the faces


After kicking off the year with a new summer fixture in Dunsborough, south-west festival Here Comes The Sun have announced they’re back again in 2021 with a massive three-night concert series over the ANZAC Day long weekend.

Locals-gone-global in Tame Impala Sound System (pictured), Crooked Colours and ShockOne will headline the series as it takes over the grounds of 3 Oceans Winery in the Margaret River region from Friday, April 23 to Sunday, April 25.

Drum and bass party-starter ShockOne will kick off the weekender concert series on the Friday, bringing his high-energy live show to the stage. On Saturday, Crooked Colours and Set Mo have been enlisted to get everyone dancing and feeling chill at the same time. Tame Impala Sound System will close out the weekender series on the Sunday, masterfully reimagining Tame hits with their intricately crafted set up.

With a capacity of 1500, Here Comes The Sun offers a rare opportunity for audiences to witness three internationally acclaimed artists in an intimate setting. The festival also promises nourishment to satisfy all the senses, with plenty of local food and drink options available. The weekender concert series will also start late in the afternoon, allowing music fans plenty of time to explore the nearby wineries, breweries, restaurants and beaches.

Check out the full line up below:

FRIDAY, APRIL 23

Shockone
Ekko & Sidetrack
HWLS
Boston Switch

SATURDAY, APRIL 24

Crooked Colours
Set Mo
Askya
And more special guests TBA

SUNDAY, APRIL 25

Tame Impala Sound System
Grievous Bodily Calm
DJ Beryl Streep
DJ Sara T

Here Comes The Sun hits 3 Oceans Winery in the Margaret River region from Friday, April 23 to Sunday, April 25. Tickets go on sale at 10am on Friday, March 5 from Oztix with single day and three day options available.

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