JIMNA ROCKS FESTIVAL

Jimna Base Camp is Nth of Brisbane in the Somerset Region on the Sunshine Coast Hinterland. 2 days and 2 nights with live music and camping under the stars in a bush setting.

 

The event is BYO. Food vendors and coffee carts will be on site. Markets in the community hall and the Jimna sports club will be operating during the event. Limited tickets for camping on site.

 

Day pass tickets will be available for the Saturday and Sunday. Camping can be booked at Peach Tree National Park 4km from Jimna. Car parking will be available, a 4 min walk from the festival. Camper vans and roof top campers will be allocated an area close to the festival.

 

Tickets will be available through Moshtix and a link will be posted to this page. Get keen for some Rock and Blues in the bush.

ARTISTS & PERFORMERS

Saturday April 24th

Saint Skirts

Acoustic duo, starting 2pm. Indie-folk pop duo Ailish and Natalie; original music plus their own twists on timeless classics and mainstream popular songs.

Stapylton Street

Seamlessly flow between folk, pop, reggae, and country rock. The band creates playful and positive vibes through clever lyrics, upbeat tempos, and the use of a wide range of instruments.

Ella Vice

Brisbane-based four-piece that blends genres of stoner rock, psych, and grunge, with a hint of punk sass. Renowned for their high-energy live shows, and led by frontwoman Roxanne Jeynes, you can expect loud, fuzzed riffs mixed with slabs of groove. ELLA VICE has released a mixed bag of singles, with QOTSA-inspired “Motor Running” coming in at #37 in the 4ZZZ Hottest 100 of 2019. They also recently took out the Mojo Burning band competition to land a coveted slot on the 2022 festival bill. With a new EP soon to be released in early 2021, ELLA VICE is set to bring riffs to a stage near you.

Deaf Poet Society

Hard rock’n’roll for insomniacs that don’t respond to hard drugs. DEAF POET SOCIETY is a Brisbane-based band for people that like their songs catchy as hell, and guitars distorted and loud. Crank it to 11 and show it to Nanna.

Hit N Mizz

Aussie female-fronted rock/punk band for the Mizzconstrued.

Krave

Brisbane's next generation of hard rock/metal

Upsize

A band that excels at live performances. Their brand of original, dirty Aus rock has been rolling audiences since 2003.

Street Pieces

Heavy riffs, soaring vocals, and relentless grooves rain over you as Brisbane four-piece band STREET PIECES deliver a hard-hitting rock overload infused with blues and charisma.

Zed Charles and The Royal Artillery

THE ROYAL ARTILLERY shell out a unique brand of heavy psych-blues like no other; ’60s and ’70s guitar fuzz tuned to C-Sharp, with the aggression of ’90s riff-rock and metal. Led by Zed Charles since the band's inception in 2006, Elijah Lee and Storm Mahan of Chassm have recently teamed up, bringing back TRA as a trio. The band has supported the likes of Nick Oliveri (Queens of the Stone Age), John Garcia (Kyuss), Samsara Blues Experiment (GER), Red Fang (USA), Sasquatch (USA), DZ Deathrays, Drunk Mums, Child, Grim Rhythm, The Dead Love, Goon on the Rocks, and Dallas Frasca. Picking up Triple J’s Play for Singles with “Rollin & Tumblin”, “Johnny Cash Invents the Blues”, and, “I Don't Need to Know Your Name”, and appearing at a number of festivals including Agnes Blues and Roots, Devil’s Kitchen, Mojo Burning (7/7!), Wollombi, Dead of Winter, and Mudgee Meltdown. THE ROYAL ARTILLERY is something of a dark horse; expect a full-length album in 2021.

Sunday April 25th

Beats ‘N’ Peaces

Starting 1pm.

BEATS ‘N’ PEACES are a two-piece acoustic act hailing from the Gold Coast. Consisting of two brothers (different mothers, same father) Nathan and Jay, their sound is raw, bluesy, funky, and soulful, like the boys themselves. With a consciously-driven message to the world, the boys think deep and love hard. A blend of skill, power, and grace, BEATS ‘N’ PEACES’ shows are a toe-tapping, head-bopping good time, with a splash of tongue-in-cheek thrown in for good measure. The lads are looking to carve out their own path on the scene with their inspired passion for the arts. Currently working on their debut EP at Greenroom Studios in Mt Tamborine, 2021 is looking to be a big kick-off for them.

Rhys Lee Music

Brisbane-based songwriter/performer/busker, also known as a session musician, who started his musical career at 15. Influenced by the stylistic hallmarks of the blues.

 

Selkie

A band of four freaky friends making mystical music in the hills of the Sunshine Coast, in the name of good times and easy living. Ooeee, this is livin’.

Stoker Band

Three-piece sonic storm, stricken by blues and grooves, driven by soul-enduring jams and explosive rhythms.

Shores

Hailing from sunny Brisbane, SHORES are a feel-good mix of beachy surf-rock with a dose of millennial anxiety churned in. They’ll be kicking off with some gigs in the near future, and touring early next year; keep your ears peeled for their debut single, “Peach Street”.

Passion Cactus

Home-grown Brisbane rock band, in favour of love.

Mantis Empire

Indie-rock reggae band, established 2017. As winners of Passport to Airlie (Sunshine Coast), MANTIS EMPIRE blasted their way through high-energy sets across the Airlie Beach Festival of Music. The coastal juggernauts captured punters’ interests in no time at all, with their “Shadows”-style guitar work and more than a hint of Santana thrown in; their music made for perfect festival vibes. Their single, “Summertime”, followed on from their debut album, “Spread the Word”, featuring popular tracks, “Tell Me the Truth”, and, “Red Alert”.

Nick Tart Band

Groundbreaking sound, with a timelessness that gives the illusion of being plucked from any decade. There's exquisite beauty in Nick's voice; wrenching and powerful in full flight, never losing sensitivity and longing. NICK TART BAND exhibits soul rock at its best.

Goldie Horn

Hailing from Toowoomba, GOLDIE HORN are a heavy rock trio with Jediah Boase on guitar and vocals, igniting audiences with their signature sound and infectious rhythms.

Zed Charles

Heavy blues-rock; a hidden treasure in the Australian rock scene. Over the past 15 years, ZED CHARLES has been supplying his vibe across Australia, namely the southeast. His release of acclaimed EPs and radio play has seen him support some of the world's biggest acts, and playing equally large festival stages. His hard-rocking riffs and grasp on the genre make him an act not to miss.

The Wayward Suns

Blues-funk hip-hop fusion. AUS Battle of the Bands winners, 2017 GC Album of the Year nominees (2018), and Coffs Harbour’s Rolling Sets Festival main stage winners (2020). THE WAYWARD SUNS weave together raw, earthy instrumentation, with spirited vocal delivery and a “textured, rhythmic blend of genres” (Happy Magazine, 2018), creating a collage of sounds that'll leave you hanging on every note. Their deep-funk rhythm section is peppered with the melodic counterpoint of sizzling guitar lines and powerful turntable samples, complimented by a rootsy growl that juxtaposes the DJ/MC’s conscious hip-hop lyricism.

INFORMATION

Gates will open at 8am on Saturday; however, no vehicles will be allowed onsite, and parking will be available within walking distance to the festival grounds. If staying in a vehicle or van, there are separate areas available to camp just off the festival grounds. Directions will be given on arrival. Entertainment/music starts at 2pm. There will be market stalls and food vans onsite, along with live music on a stage set against Aussie bushland. Early-bird tickets will be on sale Jan 18th, inclusive of onsite camping at Jimna Base Camp for $120. Please note that these are limited tickets. Second round tickets available Feb 2021, inclusive of onsite camping at Jimna Base Camp for $160. Family tickets (two adults and three children under 16) inclusive of onsite camping at Jimna Base Camp for $350. Day pass tickets: Saturday $70, Sunday $80.

For day pass holders, there will be no camping onsite. Camping must be booked privately nearby, via the government website for national parks. Book here: www.nprsr.qld.gov.au

 

Peach Tree National Park 7 min (3.9 km): https://parks.des.qld.gov.au/parks/jimna/camping/peach-trees Price Structure $6.35 per person per night, or $25.40 per family per night.

1 or 2 adults, accompanied by 3 to 6 children under 18 years-old, applies to a maximum of 8 people in total. Children under 5 years-old free of charge.

Jimna to Kilcoy

32 min (39.5 km) via Kilcoy Murgon Rd. This is where you will find an ATM/bottle shop/groceries/fuel. The village of Jimna does not have these facilities available.

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