There’s nothing better than witnessing your favourite artist live at a music festival you’ve been counting down the days for.
It’s a genuinely euphoric and bonding experience — which is exactly what the new Aussie flick 6 Festivals is all about.
The movie follows three teenage besties (played by Rasmus King, Yasmin Honeychurch and Rory Potter) who try to attend six music festivals in as many months after a cancer diagnosis turns their world upside down.
The flick features festival footage from acts like Dune Rats, G Flip, B Wise, Peking Duk, Ruby Fields, Jerome Farah and Kobie Dee — it’s basically a big ole’ celebration of how incredible and uplifting the music scene in Australia is.
To celebrate the film dropping on Paramount+ on August 25, we’re throwing a ‘uge premiere at Brisbane’s iconic Woolly Mammoth on August 11. There’ll also be performances from Dune Rats, Stace Cadet and secret special guest.
If the event sounds like your idea of a rip-roaring good time, all you have to do is tell us what your favourite festival memory and we might sling you and a mate a double pass to attend. There are 50 passes up for grabs — so get reminiscing, folks.
Whether your memory involves getting hoisted onto the shoulders of a stranger during your favourite song or managing to have a chance encounter with your favourite artist as they slip through the backstage gates, we wanna hear it.
You can watch the wholesome as heck trailer for 6 Festivals below to really get your emotions going before the movie drops next month.