It’s a public holiday the next day for Australia Day so what could be more patriotic for a proper Aussie rock dog than to party away the night before and spend the next day sleeping or swimming it off? Tone Deaf has pulled out all the stops to secure Frankston’s finest, Red Ink, as they headline a night of rock n’ roll debauchery as we welcome in the Australian national day the only way we know how – with loud, dirty rock n’ roll. Red Ink have been hitting the festival circuit this summer to increasingly rabid crowds, and this is the smallest room you’ll get to see them in for a long time.
In addition we’ve got the winsome party pop of Redberryplum who are gathering quite the industry buzz around town with their epic performances, while The New Eileens, Snakadatal and the hotly tipped Kill Andrew round out a killer line up. The Tone Deaf DJ crew will be busting out Aussie rock and indie anthems all night and with $10 jugs before 10pm,get down early to start your Australia Day in style.