Here Comes The Sun rises again in 2022
A spring fling festival for the big kids!
Time to venture south and soak up the sounds at Here Comes The Sun this Spring! Taking over 3
Oceans Winery on Saturday 19 November in the luscious Margaret River region, the festival is the
ultimate big kid escape. Offering plenty of magic moments and music set to transport you into a rad
realm, Here Comes The Sun celebrates all things gnarly and nostalgic.
Soak up the sun and psychedelic soundscapes while you let the good times roll.
From the fun folk that brought you Out Of The Woods, Sugarloaf Rock and Good Day Sunshine,
Here Comes The Sun offers a vibrant line up of top-notch acts;
and in alphabetical order
BABE RAINBOW | BODY TYPE | THE DREGGS
DZ DEATHRAYS | KIERA JAS | LIVVY | PRICIE
& WINSTON SURFSHIRT
Get your tickets here
General tickets on sale 4PM AWST Thursday 21 July from Oztix.
Tickets start at $99.90 (pre-sale) and $109.90 (first release)
Held in Margaret River on the luscious lawns of 3 Oceans Winery.
Enjoy art activations, local feeds and wine from the region and a late night party with DJ Livvy from 10PM - 11PM.
Shuttle buses will run from Margaret River, Dunsborough, Busselton and Bunbury.
HERE COMES THE SUN
Saturday 19 November 2022
3 Oceans Winery, Margaret River WA
Ziggy Alberts has established himself as one of Australia's leading independent artists. His genuine grassroots story has lifted his artistry into universal acclaim, captivating audiences across the globe - a testament to his song writing ability and powerful live performance.
Founder of his own independent label, Commonfolk Records, and book publishing house, Commonfolk Publishing, Ziggy Alberts has managed to craft what many musicians and authors dream of - the ability to tell a story on their own terms.
Six-piece Sydney collective Winston Surfshirt have spent the past six years establishing themselves as one of Australia’s, and the world’s, finest indie-R&B outfits. Building a dedicated fanbase off the back of two dreamy, lackadaisacal albums and a handful of unforgettable collaborations, they’re a group of unassuming cult heroes. Led by the eponymous Winston Surfshirt, the band channel a vintage kind of rockstardom, one led less by ego than by openness, earnestness, and a drive to share their music with the world. Combining a classic west coast hip-hop sound with the snap of psych-pop and sunny, uniquely Australian charm, the band are a testament to the power of the free-minded and the casually virtuosic.
Babe Rainbow are a stoner pop band from Australia noted for their boogie psychedelia and throwback surf cult imagery.
Formed 2015 in Rainbow Bay by kiosk lurkers Jack Crowther aka Cool Breeze, Angus Dowling and Elliot O’Reilly. At a time, the three worked for local grower John Cutts in Duranbah NSW near tropical fruit world. John and the guys were cranking out the kale way before it was cool.
Initially rooted in 60’s psych and 70’s French surf pop the Babe’s musical style has evolved through their career exploring elements of woodland bop and disco, dub and more recently dance and international groove, yet has maintained an Aquarian quality built of Dowling’s spacemen singing style and Cool Breeze’s chiming effects-based guitar sounds.
Do you believe in karma? Do ya? Do ya?"
The first words we heard from Body Type were accusatory, playful, coy. They dared you to look them in the eye. To pay attention.
The song those words came from, ‘Ludlow’, seemed too good to be true. It made a racket while staying astonishingly controlled; the vocals sounded more like a sample from fifties cinema than anything recorded in this century, so deliberate and devastating in their delivery. Follow-up single ‘264’ exists in a completely different realm to ‘Ludlow’, but it’s equally as astonishing, just as clever and wry and beautiful as its predecessor.
Live, Body Type exceed the expectations set by their singles. All four members – Sophie & Annabel on vocals and guitar, Cecil on drums, Georgia on vocals & bass – are vital. They are, on a musical and emotional level, inexorably linked, each member’s importance going beyond musical skill or personality.
The Dreggs, local Sunshine coast knockabout's, Zane Harris and Paddy Macrae have become one of Australia’s favourite indie folk acts.
They sing songs about life’s struggles, love, and hope, and touch on sensitive topics, such as mental awareness.
After countless hours in the Studio, and lots of shows over the last 4 years, The Dreggs, when armed with two acoustic guitars and a stomp, become masters at keeping music simple, charming, and a hell of a lot of fun, and has seen The Dreggs consolidate their place in the folk scene and make it just a little more their own.
DZ Deathrays are a band that started out playing house parties, and have ended up as one of the most recognizable and loved rock acts in modern Australian music.
It’s not every day that a band gets stronger and more popular with time, but that’s exactly what’s happened over the 10 years they’ve been thrashing out songs.
Founding members Shane Parsons and Simon Ridley have had a world of experiences, as the band has released three records, won two ARIA Awards, toured the world countless times, have supported The Foo Fighters on stadium tours, and have even collaborated with a Wiggle.
Born and raised in the beautiful coastal town that is Margaret River, singer-songwriter Kiera Jas is spreading her wings in the Australian music scene as an indie-solo artist. She has graced festival stages across WA including Nannup Music Festival, Blues at Bridgetown and Good Day Sunshine Festival featuring Missy Higgins in 2021. Kiera has recently toured the Northwest supporting Mama Kin Spender for their Northern Magnetic tour, gifting the warm coast with her thoughtful song-writing, shimmering vocals and witty banter. She is a southwest virtuoso with an abundance of heart-warming and upbeat songs; Kiera Jas is bound to have you smiling from the first word.
Co-creatyor of Smoked TRout queer party, Livvy loves a bogie to disco & tech-y choones, afro or deep groove love.
Catch Livvy DJ'ing the official after-party, on site, from 10pm - 11pm!
Breaking out to critical acclaim in 2021, Melbourne/Naarm based singer-songwriter-producer PRICIE is set to deliver a string of powerful new singles ahead of the release of her debut EP, via Sweat It Out. Already renowned for her unique take on modern RnB infused indie-pop, PRICIE has showcased not only her effortless rhythm and charisma time and time again, but her ability to empower listeners through her hard-hitting and truthful lyrics. The new single ‘M.O.M (Money On Me)’ sees PRICIE continue on that same trajectory, with her raspy and dynamic vocals shining from the outset, further layered with lush harmonies, and commanding the truth “Don’t give me excuses just give me what I need baby / Real love ain’t real love when you gotta go all the time.”