After falling victim to COVID last year Brisbane’s Moondoll Music Festival returns in 2021 with renewed focus and a new venue and promises to be one of the festival events of the year on the Australian calendar.
Featuring the cream of musical talent from Australia and New Zealand, this year Moondoll expands to include two stages – the Heavy Mag/Rock Arena Stage and the Good Call Live/Garden Room Stage. The genres featured include metal, rock, punk, folk, storytellers, grunge, stoner rock and psychobilly, making it a rare festival that caters to the entire rock spectrum from rock and roll to heavy metal.
To be held at the Mansfield Tavern on July 10, 2021, Moondoll Music Festival will feature 28 bands, market stalls and a special Moondoll Menu at a venue that is fast becoming the number one live music venue outside of Brisbane city.
This year the headliners include New Zealand industrial bass metal masters, Kaosis who have wowed Brisbane crowds in the past at Dead of Winter festival and Psycho Circus, Melbourne metal warriors Frankenbok, dirty rockin’ sleaze punks, The Mercy Kills, NSW, rock, roots, blues duo, Salt & Steel, From Crisis To Collapse, PistonFist, The Wrath, DisKust, The Billie Page Rebellion, Darling Vicious (SYD), THE AUTOMATON, Odius, Baltimore Gun Club, Jordan Merrick, The Crypt Daddies, EAT CITY., Muules, Mitch, Please, Distorted Views, Slurpee Jerks, Plant Based Disgrace, Malina Claire, The Wretched Creatures, Lunchtime, Violet, The Scam, Freakshow Nightmare and The New Calm.
Festival promoter, Shannon-Lee AKA The Colourful Writer, has put her heart and soul into this one: “I wanted to bring Brisbane a live music festival experience that showcases not only the amazing talent we have in our own backyard,” she said, “but also to feature a few really special bands from elsewhere that I have come across in my time of working in the music industry. Bands who really know how to rock a stage and bands who deserve to be seen and heard, with a hearty mix of all the genres I love…”
Tickets on sale now HERE