Organisers of this year’s Summer Sounds Festival have been forced to rethink their lineup amid border restrictions imposed as a result of the Northern Beaches and Greater Sydney coronavirus cluster.
With so many Sydney acts booked for the festival, several acts have had to be re-shuffled, and unfortunately, the Veronicas show originally scheduled for Wednesday January 6 has been the major casualty.
Hot Dub Time Machine will now play on Sunday January 31, which is sold out, Bump and Grind Block Party, to be headlined by DJ Nino Brown, is now on Sunday January 17.
Here is the revised lineup from the promoters:
Since the original launch, Summer Sounds have also released Family Pods for certain shows, including Hans: Disco Resurrection and Bjorn Again. Also cancelled are Massaoke Oz and Human Nature.
More information and tickets are available at the Summer Sounds website www.summersoundsfestival.com
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