Brisbane's The End of the Line Festival grows ever bigger today with the final addition to the already brimming lineup for Saturday November 5. Melbourne's Teeth & Tongue join an incredibly talented pool of local and national band and artists including Fraser A. Gorman, Major Leagues, Banff, Good Boy, Mid Ayr, Totally Mild and more.
Turning three in 2016, this all ages and completely free event is a street festival oasis tucked away in one of the city's most eccentric communities, Woolloongabba. Programmed by Jet Black Cat record store owner and legend of the scene, Shannon Logan, the lineup aims to complement the quirky community vibe of The Gabba.
Reliving those Tony Hawk's Pro Skater fantasties is easy at The End of the Line, especially when the soundtrack is on point. Kick flipping back into the festival in 2016 is the huge vert ramp complete with some of the country's top skaters thanks to Skatebiz.
Priding itself as one of the best dining suburbs in Brisbane, The Gabba's best eats and treats are on offer as well as some of the city's best food trucks. Live art, dance and performance from locals Zoe Porter, Adam Anderson, ACPA Dancers and Clare Cowley are presented by Marc & Co Architects with local street art legend DRAPL painting graffiti murals.
Best of all entry is absolutely FREE. It all goes down at Woolloongabba on Saturday November 5.
THE END OF THE LINE FESTIVAL
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 5
10AM - 11PM
ALL AGES | FREE ENTRY
FRASER A. GORMAN
TEETH & TONGUE
THE VULTURE ST. TAPE GANG
THE FRANCIS WOLVES
JET BLACK CAT MUSIC