By Ashleigh Fielding | posted on January 24, 2020
CHART-TOPPING musicians are headlining the upcoming Days of Summer concert at Denmark’s Castelli Estate.
Jebediah, British India, Gyroscope, Bodyjar and Dallas Crane will make the trip down south on February 29 to kickstart the Labour Day long weekend.
Gates open at 4pm so prepare yourself for a big night of dancing, singing and rocking out.
Jebediah consists of lead guitarist Chris Daymond, lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist Kevin Mitchell, bassist Vanessa Thornton and drummer Brett Mitchell.
The band returned from its 2005 hiatus in 2010 to release their fifth studio album, which charted in the ARIA’s top 10.
British India continues the alternative rock vibe with their high energy, melodic danceable rhythms.
The four-piece has released six albums and has reached the top five in the ARIA album charts as well as having eight songs listed in Triple J’s Hottest 100.
Multiple WA Music Industry Award winner Daniel Sanders heads Gyroscope, a group also familiar with Triple J’s Hottest 100.
The Perth band formed in 1997 as Gyroscope Sunday and has since released four studio albums.
Victorian band Bodyjar will bring the pop punk to the party with some of their latest and greatest.
Like Jebediah, they took a short hiatus from 2009-2012 and slammed back onto the music scene with an album and corresponding tour.
Alternative rock group Dallas Crane wraps up the line-up for the 2020 Days of Summer concert.
They won big at the Australian Live Music Awards, taking out Best Live Band, and their critically-acclaimed, highest charting single Sit on My Knee with Jimmy Barnes was in the top 40 in 2005.
Tickets to the February 29 show are available now through Ticketmaster.