Destroy All Lines have announced the brand new two-day alternative music festival, Knight and Day. They’ll be bringing the likes of Parkway Drive and Alex Lahey to Ballarat’s legendary land of myth, Kryal Castle, on the final two days of the year.
The lineup also includes Polaris, Bakers Eddy, Trophy Eyes, The Chats, Clowns, Make Them Suffer and stacks more. Hellions will be performing 2016’s Opera Oblivia in full, while The Getaway Plan will play the entirety of their 2008 debut, Other Voices, Other Rooms.
The festival is happening at Kryal Castle in Ballarat and in keeping with the location, it has a medieval theme. This means, away from the main stage, punters can have fun navigating a maze, watching medieval performances and taking in such amusements as the Dungeons, Torture Museums, Knights Towers and Secret Dragons Labyrinth. There’ll also be DJs and multiple acoustic stages.
It’s all happening on Thursday, 30th December and Friday, 31st December. Early bird pre-sale tickets are available on Tuesday, 21st September at 10am AEST. Sign up for early bird pre-sale tickets here. General public tickets on sale Thursday, 23rd September at 10am AEST. Head to knightanddayfestival.com.au for more information
Knight And Day Festival – Thursday, 30th December and Friday, 31st December
Kryal Castle, Ballarat
Hellions (Performing ‘Opera Oblivia’ in full)
Justice For The Damned
Make Them Suffer
The Beautiful Monument
The Getaway Plan (Performing ‘Other Voices, Other Rooms in full)
The Gloom In The Corner
To The Grave
Void Of Vision
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