Good Vibrations Festival

Beastie Boys: Known also for wearing matching outfits when performing, Beastie Boys have bagged Grammys, shared stages with Madonna and influenced many artistes with their trademark hip hop. And who can forget their catchy songs like “Ch-Check It Out?” This show sees them collaborating with Mix Master Mike and Money Mark. Just seeing these guys perform will make your ticket worth.
Cut Copy: If you like disco, post punk and pop, this Aussie band is worth a catch. Dan Whiford, Tim Hoey and Mitchell Scott make up this three-piece act.
Cicada: UK electronic band Cicada has remixed for Depeche Mode and New Order. On the list of their renowned singles include “Electric Blue” and “Cut Right Through.”
Ursula 1000: Hailing from Big Apple, Alex Gimeno’s (aka Ursula 1000) sound has elements of (almost) everything, from jazz to electro, latin to bossa nova, psychedelia to glam rock.
DJ Dan: This leading DJ has wrecked dance floors with Carl Cox, Moby, David Bowie, Tiesto, John Digweed and Busta Rhymes. If you need a jab of good dance music, catch his set.
Mad Mats: Ready yourself for some insane fun with Swedish DJ Mad Mats. His sound cuts across house, hip hop, broken beats, funk, latin, retro and jazz.
Spiritual South: Mark Robertson, or Spiritual South, laces his music with liberal amounts of Latin and samba. If big sounding music is your love, look out for him.
Electrico: Homegrown pop rock band has familiar songs like “I Want You” and “All the World.”
Wicked Aura Batucada: Watch out for addictive beats from local percussion ensemble Wicked Aura Batucada.
Visual Feast: Besides music, party goers can enjoy works by local visual creatives Phunk Studio, CAPT and Telephasic Images. Of noteworthy mention is international prolific graphic artist Rostarr, who has worked with Nike, Gravis and Agnès b. Together with local artists, he will design a Subaru car which will be exhibited on the day itself.