SUGAR MOUNTAIN SECOND LINE-UP ANNOUNCEMENT

Sugar Mountain, Melbourne’s boutique music and arts festival, is pleased to share its second line-up announcement.

Sugar Mountain will be held over multiple days in January 2013, with the main event taking place at The Forum Theatre on Saturday 19 January. The Festival will also utilise ACMI, Rooftop Bar and Polyester Records to showcase an impressive array of local and international creative talent.

Conveniently placed in the heart of Melbourne’s city centre, Sugar Mountain celebrates creativity across multiple platforms, presenting engaging performances in intriguing spaces.

Joining ESG, Action Bronson, HTRK, Kirin K Callinan x Kris Moyes, Laurel Halo, Peanut Butter Wolf and Woods on the music program will be:

DIRTY PROJECTORS
HUNX AND HIS PUNX
BOOMGATES
BROTHERS HAND MIRROR
COLLARBONES
FORCES X ANTONY HAMILTON
LOWER PLENTY
NAYSAYER AND GILSUN

The Sugar Mountain music line-up will be complimented by a visual arts program. Curated by artist and festival creative director Pete Keen, Sugar Mountain’s visual arts line-up will feature an array of truly talented local art makers across platforms including installation art, new media, digital sculptures, cinemateques and audience interactive events. Stay tuned for the visual arts program announcement in late October 2012.

Tickets for the 2013 Sugar Mountain Festival are on sale now via The Forum Box Office, Ticketmaster and Polyester Records.

Sugar Mountain Festival
Presented by Triple R and The Thousands
Saturday 19 January 2013
The Forum Theatre, Melbourne

DIRTY PROJECTORS
ESG
PEANUT BUTTER WOLF
ACTION BRONSON
BOOMGATES
BROTHERS HAND MIRROR
COLLARBONES
FORCES X ANTONY HAMILTON
HTRK
HUNX AND HIS PUNX
JONTI
KIRIN J CALLINAN X KRIS MOYES
LAUREL HALO
LOWER PLENTY
NAYSAYER AND GILSUN
WOODS

With the visual arts and satellite programs still to be announced!

www.sugarmountainfestival.com

Tickets on sale now via:
Ticketmaster (www.ticketmaster.com.au or 136 100)
The Forum Box Office (www.forummelbourne.com.au or 03 9299 970)
and Polyester Records (www.polyesterrecords.com)

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