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Event Name:Spin Off Festival
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Venue Name:Jubilee Pavilion
Venue Address:Wayville Showgrounds, Adelaide, SA Australia
Recommended Age:All Age
Ticket Price:$99 + BF
Online Ticket Outlets:http://www.moshtix.com.au
Event Presented By:Secret Sounds & 5/4 Entertainment
Website:http://spinoffadelaide.com.au
Walk-in Ticket Outlets:All Globalize Stores

Spin Off Festival FT Kimbra, Lana Del Rey And More!

The Spin Off Festival is a brand new music event staged by Adelaide promoters 5/4 Entertainment and Secret Service who are the team behind the successful Splendour In The Grass festival in Byron Bay.

As the festival’s official facebook page explains, Spin Off aims to bring a “Slice” of Spelndour to Adelaide to lessen the burden of South Australian punters travelling to Byron Bay.

This year the event is headlined by Kimbra and Lana Del Rey and also features the likes of Band of Skulls, Last Dinosaurs and many more.

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