Come Together returns on the June long weekend in 2018 Recharged and ready to rock! Featuring, SPIDERBAIT, THE SUPERJESUS, MAMMAL, OSAKA PUNCH & RACKETT!
From its indie rock origins in 2005 to more recent years when Come Together hosted some of the country’s most memorable hip hop gatherings this year, Come Together will return to its rock roots and who better to lead the charge and bring good energy than the mighty Spiderbait.
Without any doubt, one of Australia’s favourite live bands, Spiderbait was the first Australian band to top Triple J’s Hottest 100 with ’Buy Me A Pony’. They’ve collected numerous ARIAs and they have just completed the hardest rocking and most successful tours of their career.
Joining Spiderbait will be special guests The Superjesus who are celebrating 20 years since the release of their platinum debut album Sumo. Sarah McLeod, one of the most dynamic and charismatic frontwomen in Australian rock and fellow founding band member Stuart Rudd on bass, have floored audiences coast to coast as they return to their raw roots performing their greatest hits during extraordinary live shows.
A live show by Melbourne’s Modern Rock monsters Mammal is just pure energy from the gut. The MML enigma stems from four unique, driven and charismatic artists. Mammal have slaughtered audiences across Australia, UK and Europe and are back to reclaim the crown of Australia’s most exciting live band.
As always, Come Together introduces the best of the newcomers.
Joining the lineup this year is Osaka Punch. . The group's distinctive fusion of catchy grooves, jazz chops and a rock ethos sets them apart from most heavy bands, while introducing humour and satire in an otherwise very serious music scene.
Completing this year’s line-up is Sydney’s four piece RACKETT whose slamming loud experimental punk-pop has critics and fans raving!
Recharged and ready to rock, Come Together returns on Queen Lizzie’s long weekend with 6 hours straight of high-energy home-grown Rock and back at the home of fun, Big Top Sydney at Luna Park.