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Event Name:Remember The Days Festival
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Venue Name:The Old Adelaide Gaol
Venue Address:18 Gaol Road, Thebarton, South Australia 5031
Recommended Age:13 - 17
Ticket Price:$25 - $40

Remember The Days Under 18 Music Festival 2012

Remember The Days Festival, Adelaide’s leading under 18’s music event is back again in 2012 with an incredible line up and a long list of attractions!

The organisers have promised 2012 to be the biggest year yet in terms of artists performing, area used at the old Adelaide Gaol and ultimately the overall attendance at the event. “Tickets are selling faster than last year and we are already through our early bird tickets” said Robert Kadamani one of the organisers behind the event.

In 2012, the event will be headlined by Sam La More from Tonight Only and supported by acts such as Neon Stereo (The Only), Vandalism (Vicious), Adelaide locals Miami Husslers and over 45 other DJ’s over 4 indoor and outdoor stages.

There will also be jumping castles, water slides, foam pits and a silent disco available to keep you entertained all night. To further add to the festival atomosphere punters can expect various market stalls selling merchandise to hot food. This is definitely going to be the party of the Summer! Do not miss out…

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