Following on from two stellar events, the team behind Central Coast-based alternative music and skating exhibition party, SNAKE PIT, have just returned with their most exciting line-up yet for Thursday March 30th – featuring headliners and triple j favourites, Luca Brasi.
Tasmania’s hardest working and most endearing melodic punks, Luca Brasi, stepped up their game with third LP, If This Is All We’re Going To Be, released April 29 through Poison City Records. Debuting at #18 on the ARIAs and topping the AIR charts, the record also notched up a triple j Feature Album nod while the band’s touching Like A Version rendition of Paul Kelly’s classic ‘How To Make Gravy’ punched the nation right in the feels.
They will also be joined by upstarts Phosphorus Bombs, Jacob, RAAVE TAPES, Nelipot and Maple Moths.
As per usual programming, the staple backyard Californian mini-ramp will be graced by local riders from the Slam Factory team. Ping-pong tables will be set up for free play and there will be plenty of giveaways up for grabs, which will include boards, clothing, new music and drinks.
If you’re feeling hungry, the venue’s specialty menu for southern and New Orleans inspired cuisine will be served till late, and there are even vegetarian and vegan options available.
Recurring monthly at Proud Mary’s in Erina, SNAKE PIT aims to provide a platform for fans of alternative music and extreme sports who reside in the area. With such a deep history and culture around the lifestyle, it’s no surprise that both previous events reached capacity effortlessly.
$20+bf early bird tickets are on-sale now from Oztix
Phosphorus Bombs | Jacob
RAAVE TAPES | Nelipot | Maple Moths.
Skate Exhibitions | Giveaways | Southern Fried Food
THURSDAY MARCH 30 | DOORS 8PM
PROUD MARY’S, ERINA NSW