Why Wait Says Why Not To Playing At Full Noise

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FULL NOISE MUSIC FESTIVAL 

• Amping up North • October 24, 2009 • Townsville

MEDIA RELEASE

     

For further information, imagery or interviews, please contact:

Kath Rose and Associates on 07 3357 9054, 0416 291493 or email kath@kathrose.com


October 15, 2009

Why wait says why not to playing at Full Noise

Inaugural Full Noise Music Festival in Townsville next Saturday


Ever dreamt of rocking it out in front of thousands of screaming fans all yelling your name? Well a bunch of

Kirwan State High School

students are about to feel what that’s like next weekend at the FULL NOISE

MUSIC FESTIVAL in Townsville.... making sure they are now the undisputed coolest kids in school.


The winner of the North Queensland Schools Battle of the Bands Competition, The NQ Rock Awards, was

announced last weekend, with Why Wait taking out the number one spot and more importantly winning

a spot of the FULL NOISE lineup.


The stuff dreams are made of, Why Wait will

get to play at Full Noise Music Festival on October 24,

alongside some of Australia’s hottest music and dance acts including Empire of the Sun, Frenzal Rhomb,

Pez, The Lost Valentinos,

British India, Koolism, Bluejuice, Tame Impala, Numbers Radio, Ajax, Act Yo

Age, KillaQueenz, Low Budget plus stacks more.


“The partnership with The NQ Rock Awards was another way we can ensure the musical talent in the north

is nurtured, promoted and showcased – given a stage on which to perform and also given mentors to work

with,”

said organiser and former NQ boy, Mark Vass.

“We are all looking forward to watching the boys

perform and seeing where this opportunity takes them,” he said.


Why Wait is a young, energetic rock band hailing from Townsville and inspired by a wide range of

influences which results in a diverse range of upbeat Rock n Roll. Forming in late 2008 out of the ashes of

the popular Townsville band New Disguise, Why Wait have since gone on to compile an exciting set of

original rock music, with some classics also up their sleeve. They have impressed many audiences around

the North Queensland, and look to set blow away audiences at Full Noise.


To be staged at the Rugby Union grounds in Currajong, Full Noise Music Festival 2009 will celebrate sound

in a way that has not been done before in the North. The sensational line-up includes bands and artists

currently dominating the airwaves of Triple J Radio and the FM stations nationally.


MAIN STAGE PROGRAM


12.00 noon 

GATES OPEN   

12:35 - 1:05  

NQ ROCK AWARDS WINNERWHY WAIT




1:20 - 2:00


RED BOOK COMICS



2:20 - 3:00


THE TRUANTS





3:20 - 4:05


NUMBERS RADIO



4:25 - 5:10


TAME IMPALA


5:30 - 6:15


BLUEJUICE






6:35 - 7:20


BRITISH INDIA



7:40 - 8:25


FRENZAL RHOMB



9:00 - 10:00

EMPIRE OF THE SUN





Cost:

FULL NOISE MUSIC FESTIVAL 

• Amping up North • October 24, 2009 • Townsville

MEDIA RELEASE

     

For further information, imagery or interviews, please contact:

Kath Rose and Associates on 07 3357 9054, 0416 291493 or email kath@kathrose.com



DANCE TENT PROGRAM


12:00 - 12.501.05


DJ CHRISSY MAC





1:05 - 1:45


THE NORTH WARD 



2:00 - 2:45


LOW BUDGET



3:00 - 3:45


ACT YO AGE



4:00 - 4:45


KILLAQUEENZ



5:00 - 6:00


AJAX



6:15 -7:00


PEZ

7:15- 8:00 


LOST VALENTINOS



8:20 - 9:20


KOOLISM


FULL NOISE MUSIC FESTIVAL 

• Amping up North • October 24, 2009 • Townsville


Date:


Saturday October 24, 2009

Venue:


Townsville & District Rugby Union Grounds, Hugh Street, Currajong, Townsville

Time:


Gates open at 12pm; finishes at 10pm

Tickets:






$95.00 plus b/f. 

Website:





** Please note: 

All tickets are subject to a booking fee at the point of purchase. 

This is a 15+ event. Valid photo ID is required for alcohol consumption.








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