The Smith Street Band recently announced their Pool House Party, a huge line-up, spread over two stages at Coburg Velodrome on Saturday 17th March.

Pool House Party will not only showcase The Smith Street Band’s ever-growing catalogue of music but also celebrate the friends they’ve collected along the way. There may not be a pool, will have rides, some of Melbourne’s favourite food trucks and of course loads of great music.

Joining the event are Gareth Liddiard’s latest project, Tropical Fuck Storm, which also features Fiona Kitschin (from The Drones), along with High Tension’s Lauren Hammel and Erica Dunn from Harmony.

Long time pals Ceres toured Australia with The Smith Street Band in 2017 and collaborated with Wil Wagner on recent single ‘Stretch Ur Skin’, and March will see the two bands reunited at Pool House Party.

Bec Sandridge is also headed along for the ride. Sandridge recently released her new, unapologetic, single ‘I’ll Never Want A BF’ and with more new music on the way expect big things from her in 2018.

Kicking off 2018 in a big way, WAAX are supporting Fall Out Boy on their stadium tour, before heading to Melbourne for Pool House Party!

Fusing together traditional Yolngu Matha language, culture hip hop and epic dance moves, Baker Boy is also headed to the Velodrome after wrapping up a support spot with 50 Cent.

Pool House Records label mate Jess Locke is also on the line up. Locke’s 2017 album ‘Universe‘ landed triple j Feature Album and wound up in many a year’s end best of album lists.

They sprung on to the scene in 2017 with their debut single ‘Headwreck’ and since then Melbourne’s Press Club have been touring constantly and played some of Australia’s best festivals.

The Sugarcanes, fronted by Lucy Wilson (who you will also catch on stage with The Smith Street Band) call themselves a love band, they’ll bring the low down take on southern soul to the party.

And rounding out the first announce are Antonia & The Lazy Susans. Since the release of their debut EP only a few months ago they have toured Australia with AJJ and toured nationally with the Sad Grrls Fest.

Stay tuned for another announcement coming soon! Tickets are on sale now. Get further details [Here].

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