Headliners at Rush Festival

See Taxiride at the Rush Festival

See Taxiride at the Rush Festival

Taxiride, Triple J heroes British India and Scared Weird Little Guys, feature at Rush festival 2016. Look out for exhilarating events spanning all art forms including music, visual arts, film, and free all-ages outdoor events.

Held October 1-31, it includes the Heart Of Gold Film Festival (October 6-9) and Gympie Gold Rush Festival on October 15.

Almost 20 years after the formation of Melbourne’s pop-rock heroes Taxiride, all four original members are back together again. From their anthemic hits (Get Set, Creeping Up Slowly, Everywhere You Go, etc) to their rousing ballads; their powerful melodies, rich harmonies and catchy lyrics are deeply embedded into Australia’s pop landscape.

Their sound is a mix of modern and classic rock sure to please music fans of all generations.

Over the course of 21 years the Scared Weird Little Guys toured the World. From Toronto to LA, from Edinburgh to Singapore, from Freo to Gympie. They have won numerous awards including an ARIA and even featured at the 2006 Commonwealth Games.

In 2011 they called it a day and decided to disband. Now five years later, they have reformed for a very rare appearance, exclusively for Gympie’s own Rush Festival. The songs, the jokes, the harmonies and the stunts; this will be a reunion not to be missed.

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