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A highlight of Perth’s holiday calendar, the Ice Cream Factory Summer Festival has announced an additional line-up of indie-pop heavyweights including The Jungle Giants (pictured below), Confidence Man and Haiku Hands.

Now in its third year, the festival has attracted an avid turn-out in recent years – providing a fully immersive festival experience across six unique stages, eleven bars, custom rooftops and VIP decks.

Kicking off the opening night is festival favourite LDRU, LA producer Hook N Sling and acclaimed German due Tube & Berger. Bag Raiders is the confirmed headline for the evening of December 20, premiering new sounds from their recently released second album, Horizons. Playing alongside the ARIA-nominated Sydney duo will be Melbourne artists Miami Horror, Owl Eyes and Total Giovanni.

Aussie big-shots Peking Duk will also front the Northbridge venue alongside English musician and songwriter Example on December 23.

Plus, things get extra festive on Christmas eve with Australian hip hop legends Thundermentals and DJ Havana Brown, performing in the ranks of American disc-mashup jockey Girl Talk.

Finally, let’s not forget one of Perth biggest New Year’s offerings – the Bar Pop NYE Party, which has sold out five years in a row. Get in quick Perth!

The Ice Cream Factory Summer Festival will take place from Dec 13 – Jan 1 at the Northbridge venue. All tickets are available here.

Images: The Jungle Giants (Facebook), Ice Cream Factory Summer Festival

 

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