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By Sarah Ward
December 17, 2016
By Sarah Ward
December 17, 2016

It was one of Brisbane's best 2016 events, as well as the kind of shindig someone really should've thought of earlier. Now, after a killer kick off this year, the Mountain Goat Valley Crawl has announced its return for 2017 — and its lineup.

Once again, it's the stuff live music fans' dreams of made of, and it's getting even bigger. Five gigs will happen at five of Brisbane's best hangouts, all within two blocks of each other, and all on the same day. Oh, and did we mention that they're all free? No, we're not making this up.

The simultaneous sonic fun takes place on February 11, and other than upping the number of places you'll have to sprint between — and the number of bands belting out tunes, of course — it's business as usual. Music and beer-loving Brisbanites are invited to trek between The Zoo, The Brightside, The FoundryBlack Bear Lodge and Woolly Mammoth, take in a jam-packed lineup of local bands (and a couple of Sydneysiders and Melburnians too), plus devour plenty of frosty, refreshing beverages. The epic day of entertainment is sponsored by a brewery, after all.

Details of the who plays at which venue variety are yet to be announced; however the whole shindig will kick off at 5pm. Given we know the what, where and when of it all in a general sense, the only thing left for you to do is clear your calendar for an ace day of tunes, brews and hopping around the Valley. Oh, and to get excited about the below lineup:

Alice Ivy
Angharad Drake
Average Art Club
Evan Klar
Future Haunts
I Know Leopard
Luke Daniel Peacock
Max Chillen + the Kerbside Collective
Miss Blanks
Moses Gunn Collective
Polish Club
San Mei
sweater curse
The Ocean Party
These New South Whales
Top Dollar

The Mountain Goat Valley Crawl takes place at The Zoo, The Brightside, The Foundry, Black Bear Lodge and Woolly Mammoth on February 11. For more information, check out the event's Facebook page.

Published on December 17, 2016 by Sarah Ward


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