Sticky Fingers Rock The Beerfarm
What an epic night! Were we so stoked to see thousands of you descend on the Beerfarm to come and soak up the reggae fusion/indie rock bands from Sydney. The Beerfarm was host to the great tunes of Sticky Fingers and Bootleg Rascal supported by local act Dan White from Blue Child Collective.
The weather duly obliged as the sun set on a classic West Australian autumn evening. This event was one of the first of its size at the venue and showed why it was such a great location for these sort of events with few worries of noise pollution and of course plenty of fresh beverages at hand. The Beerfarm crew promise plenty more to come!
Check out the article from The Augusta Margaret River Times here.
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