Radio Birdman, who were one of the biggest punk bands to come out of Sydney in the mid 1970s, initially broke up in 1978. They then reformed in 1996, and have continued to tour sporadically, and with some lineup changes along the way, in the years since. Fronted by Deniz Tek and including fellow founding members Rob Younger and Pip Hoyle, Radio Birdman are still known as a ferocious and engaging live act.
Died Pretty emerged from Sydney in 1983, going on to have wide success in the 1990s with the albums Doughboy Hollow and Trace in 1991 and 1993 respectively. The band announced their end in 2002, and have staged several live reunions since then, including festival appearances at Homebake and the Big Day Out and A Day On the Green.
The two acts will alternate headlining positions each night, with supports including Kim Salmon and Dave Graney and the MistLY.
Tickets will be onsale on Monday February 6. For more information head here.