The paring of The BellRays and Dallas Frasca was an inspired choice. Both acts have a take-no-prisoners approach to rock’n’roll, complete with charismatic front-women who leave you with no choice but to engage in the live experience.
The fight to stay relevant in music is real, but Lisa says she’s happy staying right where she is, doing what she does, rather than appeal to the status quo.
Dropping the two legendary ‘90s bands left the festival with an all-male line-up, which Sarah McLeod, front-woman of The Superjesus, hilariously dubbed ‘a sausage fest’.
The band, who have been together since 2002, with OG joining in 2011, have chosen the Crown and Sceptre to launch In Love/In Madness…
Supported by Splash Adelaide, The Orchard Festival in Light Square will be a great, free event to ring in the festival season.