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Waterline at iLive Festival

The iLive Festival is happening at the Brunswick Hotel, Sydney Road Brunswick on 1 March 2014 from 4pm onwards – no cover charge. iLive will feature around 16 acts on indoor and outdoor stages.

Acts that will be appearing include the Ashbury Medicine Show, the Michael Yule Band, Sierra Leone, Sarah Eida, the Moops, Dear Stalker, Kill TV, Acoustic Foxx, Lazybones, Man City Sirens, Gondola Kids, One & the Same, Chambers, Priestessa and Dash, the VAS and us – Waterline. Styles on offer include rock, folk, punk and roots.

iLive is proudly brought to you by the Taste of Indie Collective, a not-for-profit, artist-managed group that supports new and emerging Melbourne musical acts. For more information: https://www.facebook.com/TheTasteOfIndieCollective or tasteofindiecollective@gmail.com

The Taste of Indie Collective thanks their key sponsor AMR FM, and other supporters including JR Design, Incubator Studios and Plakkit.

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Waterline - Your Town

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