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4 day international music, arts and lifestyle festival western victoria, Australia January 27-30

festival guide

contents page 3 welcome page 4 site conditions & fire safety page 5 the rules page 7 sustainability & environment page 9 music overview page 10 music program page 14 indigenous page 15 ceremony page 16 festival map page 18 the arts | evolve gallery page 20 performance art | performance program page 22 activities to watch out for ... page 23 solar cinema program page 24 lifestyle village overview page 26 lifestyle village program page 30 train & shuttle bus timetable page 31 RSF after parties





welcome It is with great collective effort, excitement and planning, that we find ourselves back at base for the 15th annual Rainbow Serpent Festival. A lot has changed over 15 years around the periphery of Rainbow – the music, the culture, the technology - but the spirit, the drive, and the feeling remain intact. Rainbow is a weekend to re-energise, re-set, re-connect and most importantly re-focus. A chance to recharge our souls, planting seeds and dreams of new, to live our potential in the world with hope and optimism, based upon a platform of creativity, celebration, gratitude and love. Wherever the Rainbow Serpent leads you over the next four days, we encourage you to open your mind and heart, explore your creativity and immerse yourself in a festival experience of community, sharing and celebration. Enjoy!

Rainbow Serpent Story Distinctly Australian, the name ‘Rainbow Serpent’ comes from the Dreamtime creation story told by the traditional owners of this land. Often stories vary between Indigenous tribes, however the Rainbow Serpent story is special as it is one of the few common to all. The Rainbow Serpent is protector of the land, its people and is the source of all life. In the Dreamtime, the world was in darkness - flat, bare and cold. The Rainbow Serpent slept underground with all the animal tribes of the world in her belly. When it was time, she awakened, pushed up through the layers of Earth and gave birth to the animal tribes, formed the land, mountains and hills before spilling water over the new landscapes to create rivers and lakes. Then she created the sun, the moon, the fire and all the colours. The symbol of the serpent or snake is sacred in many cultures. Not only does it connect tribes, it also unites people of different cultures and walks of life throughout the world.


site conditions Welcome home! We’re now starting to settle into our new site and feel very fortunate to be a part of its present and future. We hope you are enjoying, however with this privilege comes a little responsibility. As part of our arrangements to use this beautiful site, there are some conditions we need you to be aware of and we hope you will respect.

Fire Risk Warning

We are very lucky to have the support of the property owners, the local community and emergency services to allow this event to take place. The rules are few but, for the future of Rainbow Serpent, they must be followed.

Forest Access

Fire Warning A scorching summer in the area has created a very high fire risk. Absolutely no candles, BBQs, gas stoves or fires permitted at the event. Sorry, we know that most of you are responsible, but it is a condition required by the local CFA.


Be very careful with your cigarette butts and make sure you dispose of them properly. Pick-up your free canisters from the Info Tent.

As you may know, a new fire warning system has been introduced by the CFA in Victoria. If there is a Code Red forecast leading up to or during the festival, patrons may be advised to seek a safer place to be rather than onsite. In this rare scenario, event days may be cancelled or postponed. Strict conditions apply for access to the forest: • Access is prohibited on days of Total Fire Ban. • Only use the gateway entrances. • No smoking or naked flames at any time. • No camping. • Always go with a friend and do not wander beyond sight of the festival grounds. • Respect the natural environment and leave it as you found it

Hill Access The granite hill provides a great view of the festival site, however please do not climb past the boulders. They are dangerous and home to many snakes.

important rules No Glass or Excessive Alcohol

No Quad or Mini Bikes

Thank you everyone for the huge reduction in glass being brought onsite. But there is still too much and it poses a severe risk, not just for patrons during the event, but also for the farmer and animals who call the site home for the rest of the year.

These are dangerous and selfish, ruining the campground atmosphere for everyone else.

No Parking on Internal Roads

No Generators or Sound Systems

Keep 6 metres clearance at all times. They may seem a little hard to see at times, but the internal tracks around the site need this clearance in order for fire and medical vehicles to access all parts of the campgrounds.

No Fires, BBQs or Fireworks

No Anti-Social Behavior Everyone is here to enjoy themselves and escape nonsense.

The campgrounds are places for rest and relaxation, not for listening to the sounds of generators or having someone else’s musical tastes forced upon you.

No Pets

There is a severe and very real fire risk with potentially catastrophic consequences.

Including and especially dogs No excuses, unless you are blind or otherwise reliant on one.

Drive at Walking Pace Onsite

You Must Wear Your Wrist Strap at all Times

This is a festival site, not a highway, respect the punters already onsite and only drive at walking pace. Driving around during the event = danger + dust.

It is the only way we know you have gained legitimate entry to the festival and have contributed your share to the staging of the event.


Camping & Parking Guidelines • Follow crew’s instructions at all times. • Do not park on the road, keep 6 metres width clear. • Camping is only permitted in designated areas. If you are unsure, don’t camp there. • Keep space between campsites (2 metres minimum). • Always drive slowly and carefully, being mindful of the dust you’re creating. • Once you have set up camp introduce yourself to your neighbors. We predict that you’ll get on famously.


advice & guidelines

Important Stuff For Safety • NO FIRES – this is very important so we’ll say it again – NO FIRES! No gas cookers, no naked flames, no candles and no campfires. • NO GLASS. • Take note of EMERGENCY ASSEMBLY AREAS – Main Stage and beyond East Camping and South Camping areas on the festival map. In case of emergency follow the instructions of the wardens. • DRINK PLENTY OF WATER - free water is available near each toilet/ shower block. • LOOK OUT FOR EACH OTHER if you think someone needs help, offer it. • FIRST AID & DANCEWIZE are onsite for you physical and

mental safety! Check site map for their location. • DON’T WANDER ALONE always let your friends know where you are going. Never leave the festival without letting someone know. • Looking for a RIDE HOME - visit the message board at the Info Tent. • BE AWARE OF THE HEAT & SUN - sunburn and sunstroke can really ruin your weekend. • DO NOT DRIVE INTOXICATED OR SLEEP DEPRIVED - please note that drug testing is operational on Victorian roads. • Please REPORT ANY SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY - to security or the Info Tent. • RESPECT THE ART & DÉCOR artists put a lot of heart, soul and time into their pieces so please don’t damage or steal them. • SHARE! - Share water, share food, share beer, share laughter and share space. • DON’T PEAK TOO EARLY - this is a four-day event, remember to save some energy for Monday – we certainly have!

Time To Go Home Please, everybody must VACATE THE PROPERTY BY MIDDAY TUESDAY so that we can clean the site. These are the landowners’ wishes and form part of the council permit conditions.

sustainability Recycling & Waste Our soul mission at Rainbow is to re-use and recycle as much as we possibly can. We abhor waste. To do this we go to immense lengths. To minimise landfill we tip out each bin then separate and sort all useful things into different piles. We do this for ten hours per day, rain or shine. We recycle all aluminum cans. All cups, bowls and plates from food stalls are composted onsite and used to grow new trees. Piles of cardboard are pulped and plastic bottles are compacted into cubes and eventually shipped to China. Hundreds of cheap broken camp chairs are stripped of their fabric, the frames given to a local scrap yard. Abandoned thongs are washed and given to charity and litres of used cooking oil are given to biodiesel producers. Phew! But there are some things we can’t find a use for including carpet, broken lounges and tents which all, unfortunately, go to landfill.

Here's how you can help make this Rainbow the most sustainable yet:

We have several initiatives designed to reduce landfill waste:

Bag Deposit Scheme It’s simple. We take your deposit at the gate, then on your way out your $5 is refunded to you when you hand back your recycling bag and token. Refunds available from Sunday to Tuesday.

Loot Ute Have you filled your recycling bag already? But it’s only Friday! Empty it in the Loot Ute driving by your campsite in the mornings. Listen out for the bell and bring out your fallen soldiers.

Canaconda See the beast grow every time you deposit a can. The real Rainbow Slurpent can be found lurking in the undergrowth, ready to devour your aluminum. Watch out for his nasty little brother, Nangaconda, hiding nearby.

Use The Right Bins Reduce our hand sorting and help us make more compost by putting your food and paper crockery into the green bins. Everything you buy to eat or drink from food stalls can be broken down, composted and used to plant and feed trees around the site. Check signage on rubbish bins to help you determine which recycling or waste bin you use to bin it.


The Rainbow culture has always embodied respect for each other, our selves and the land that is our playground. By bringing onto the festival site only what you intend to

take home you contribute to a more sustainable festival.

Revegetation Areas


Over 800 trees have been planted on site since last year, slowly growing to provide shade and protection from the wind. Please don’t enter or camp in the vegetation areas, so we can give the best start to our native mix of saplings.

Composting Toilets

We are sure you will all agree the composting toilets onsite are pretty Make the grass green again when you awesome! Not only are they the most environmental option available, finally leave - ‘Pick it up and pack it but they are nicer smelling and more out’. 2011 festival goers left a total of 50 tonnes of waste that went to landfill. comfortable than those horrible plastic chemical portaloos. Please leave them Contrary to popular belief there is in the state you like to find one! little we can do with broken camping equipment. No charities will take them. Water Wisdom So choose wisely and buy yourself a Many of our on-site showers have keeper. been converted to gas-fired hot water so after you purchase your tokens at Offset Your Travel the Info Tent you can enjoy one of the Spend $10 on a Treecreds carbon little luxuries of camping at Rainbow car pass and offset 200kgs of your Serpent. travel emissions through avoided There are also water points dotted deforestation. around the campsites, usually close to Treecreds believe that halting the toilets or showers. These are great deforestation is the quickest, cheapest to refill your bottle with drinking water. and most logical way to slow climate change. For Rainbow Serpent this year Shuttle Bus Service carbon credits are being produced Using mass transit services are one of from the Protecting the Devil’s Forests the best ways to reduce our festival’s project in Tasmania. carbon footprint, up to 70% of which is

Leave No Trace


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produced by traveling to and from the site. Do your bit and take the shuttle service into Beaufort instead of driving. See page 30 for timetable.

The fire breathing behemoth of Rainbow Serpent runs from dusk on Saturday until late Sunday afternoon and has more kick than a mule on steroids. Hosting the Main Opening Ceremony on Saturday evening, we encourage you to wander down to soak up the Rainbow vibe and be welcomed to country by our Indigenous family, especially if it’s your first time at the festival! The music then picks up the pace until mid morning on Sunday when it eases back into lush grooves and warm melodies until it closes.

Market Stage The Market Stage has an atmosphere you have to experience to believe. Hosting a massive mix of artists across all genres, we guarantee you will find something you like. Costume clad people cavorting to cascading phat beats, the sense of fun and community as thick as jello and keep an eye out for satellite punter events such as the dress up cocktail parties or the German Sparkle Party. Monday on the Market Stage has developed an almost legendary reputation and if you are into your world-class techno, progressive and tech house we’re sure to see you there!

Sunset Stage

Chill Stage Making its way back towards the Lifestyle Village this year, this is the place to go to relax, unwind and catch up for a chat with friends while you listen to downbeat and ambient stylings, and bliss out to the aural delights on offer. Keep an eye out for some amazing music right across the weekend in particular Sunday afternoon into the night will prove to be a popular time with artists such as ASURA and Eitan Reiter plus an amazing performance from Android Jones/Phadroid just after sunset.

Playground Returning as a pulsing hub of magical mayhem with genre blending live music and world-class performance art. Friday night will take you around the world with gypsy groove, balkan-beats and neuvo cumbia. Saturday night can only be described as debauched burlesque cabaret and electro swing meets deep tech house. Prepare yourselves for an all night party including White Mink Electro Swing show from the UK. Sunday will be serving up some serious bass Reggae, Roots, Dub, Ska, Dancehall jiving into breakbeat-dubstepglitch hopped-drum and bass until Monday morning!


Continuing with its growth spurt in the last few years, the Sunset Stage will showcase some of our headline international acts for 2012 alongside some of Australia’s most talented

producers and DJs. Providing the Yin for the Mains Stage’s Yang or visa versa. Powered by a sexy Funktion One sound system, the Sunset Stage runs over the entire weekend excluding the 20hrs when the Main Stage is running.

music overview

Main Stage

music program TIME FRIDAY 16:00 16:30 17:00 17:30 18:00


18:30 19:00 19:30 20:00 20:30 21:00 21:30 22:00 22:30 23:00 23:30 SATURDAY 0:00 0:30 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:30 4:00 4:30 5:00 5:30 6:00 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30





Opening Blessing Feat. Aunty Mona (Chill Stage) Robert Rich Sun In Aquarius Staunch

Nahuatl Sound System


Captain Hook


Beatrice Gavin Martin Phantom Sun NikoRoll Robodopsnei Steve Ward

Principles Of Jamie Stevens Flight Electrypnose

Cumbia Cosmonauts Gabriel Urban & Kobe Leestman

Jonny Mac

Opiuo Gaudi

Gabriel Urban & Kobe Leestman

Closer Apart

Robodopsnei Vibemaster

Thad Lester

Tijuana Cartel Saca La Mois Pentaphobe

Feat, L’Orientale Elektrik

8 Foot Felix Mortisville Movits Mortisville Sound Nomaden

Andrew Till

Pakman vs Meta Morph Simon Slieker Tetrameth Harmless Prankster Merkaba Interpulse Behind Blue Eyes

Nort MoodMachine

Chestwig Griff

Lazydaze Mote

FunkForm Speciman² Tom Cosm

Don Peyote

16:00 16:30 17:00 17:30 18:00 18:30 19:00 19:30 20:00 20:30 21:00 21:30 22:00 22:30

Gabriel Urban & Kobe 23:00 Leestman Feat. Angel Dudek 8 Foot Felix 23:30

Sam i am Mental Broadcast


0:00 0:30 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:30 4:00 4:30 5:00 5:30 6:00 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30

TIME MAIN SATURDAY (cont.) 12:00 12:30





Tom Cosm

L'Orientale Elektrik Bellydance Workshop With Kami Liddle & Giselle Sybill


13:00 13:30 Woodsman The Riddler 14:00 14:30 15:00 15:30 Greg Coyle Tim Harvey 16:00 16:05 16:30 17:00 17:05 ill.Gates Punkz On Junk 17:15 17:30 18:00 18:15 Spoonbill 18:20 Kaempfer & 18:30 Dietze 19:00 19:15 Tipper 19:30 20:00 Opening Ceremony Feat. David Beaumont & Friends (Main Stage) 20:30 21:00 Ott Chestwig 21:30 22:00 22:30 Secret 23:00 Lister Cooray Cinema 23:30 Sunday 0:00 Sensient 0:30 Kasey Taylor 1:00 1:30 Talpa Peter 2:00 Horrevorts 2:30 Terrafractyl 3:00 Uone 3:30 4:00 Olli Wisdom 4:30 Thankyou City 5:00 5:30 Tsuyoshi Suzuki 6:00 Stratos 6:30

Temple Step (Dj Set)



12:00 Progrmme MC Shannon McGurgan


Performance Program The Pranksters Cabaret Hour Performer Program Performance Program

13:00 13:30 14:00 14:30 15:00 15:30 16:00 16:05 16:30 17:00 17:05 17:15 17:30 18:00 18:15 18:20 18:30 19:00 19:15 19:30 20:00 20:30 21:00 21:30 22:00 22:30 23:00 23:30

Wasabi Performance Program Monkey Marc


Performance Program Hugo & Treats Performance Program


Pataphysics Performance Program

Kali Otto Q

Opening Ceremony (Main Stage) Planet Jumper Dub FX


Interval Janover

Mortisville Movits! Movits! White Mink Electro Swing Show With Tall Will Sound Nomaden

(glasshouses) Dan Woodford Aslan d-Rektional


0:00 0:30 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:30 4:00 4:30 5:00 5:30 6:00 6:30

TIME MAIN Sunday (cont.) 7:00 Loud 7:30 8:00 Allaby 8:30 9:00 9:30 Protonica 10:00 10:30 11:00 Emok 11:30 12:00 12:30 suncontrol species 13:00 13:30 14:00

15:00 James Monro 15:30 16:00 17:00 17:30 18:00 18:30 19:00 19:30 20:00 20:30 21:00 21:30


21:45 22:00 22:30 23:00 23:30





Luke McD & Ehsan Gelsi

Kwantum Physix

Zok Virginia Le


Mo Ichi

Alotta Presha Andrew Till


A Balter




Earl Gateshead (Trojan Sound System) Kooii

Heath Myers

DJ Dom Hogan

Earl Gateshead (Trojan Sound System) Fyah Walk



Steve Law J-Dub Dub Fx




Bass Bin Laden

Robert Rich

Earl Gateshead (Trojan Sound System) OKA Mickey Space

Asura Phadroid (Android Jones & Phaedra) Visual & Performance Art

Ganga Giri Mickey Space


Electrypnose (Chill) Dapayk

Mr. Bill Circuit Bent

Eitan Reiter (Loud)

Mista Savona Sound System

TIME 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:30 13:00 13:30 14:00 14:30 15:00 15:30 16:00 16:30 17:00 17:30 18:00 18:30 19:00 19:30 20:00 20:30 21:00 21:30 21:45 22:00 22:30 23:00 23:30

TIME MAIN MARKET SUNSET CHILL PLAYGROUND MONDAY 0:00 Circuit Bent Eitan Reiter (Loud) Editor Mike 0:30 Callander Terra Nine 1:00 Ghettafunkt (Vj) 1:30 Blueshift 2:00 Paul Abad 2:30 Danni B Sket1 3:00 Luke 3:30 Shamanix 4:00 Kotaro Quazilocco (Vj) 4:30 Positive Thought 5:00 5:30 Anri 6:00 Ozzy Algorithm 6:30 Oblique Industries 7:00 Daheen 7:30 8:00 Andre Wakko Acid Casualty Grouch 8:30 9:00 Unseen Johnny Dimensions Hooves 9:30 DJ Chin Bindi 10:00 Fugitive Atonix 10:30 11:00 11:30 DJ Camel JPS & Nam Gabriel 12:00 Ananda 12:30 13:00 Laura EscudĂŠ Kalya Scintilla 13:30 Beckers 14:00 14:30 Sun:monx Numatica 14:45 15:00 James The Mollusk Harcourt 15:30 16:00 Spoonbill Gus Till 16:30 17:00 Henry Saiz 17:30 Tipper 18:00 Ott 18:30 19:00 19:30 Closing Ceremony Feat. Aunty Mona & TomCia Raven Wolf (Chill Stage)

TIME 0:00 0:30 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:30 4:00 4:30 5:00 5:30 6:00 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:30 13:00 13:30 14:00 14:30 14:45 15:00 15:30 16:00 16:30 17:00 17:30 18:00 18:30 19:00 19:30



Indigenous people of Australia hold wisdom passed down over thousands of years through art, story telling, ceremony, song and dance. Connecting with our traditional Indigenous culture and sharing in these traditions, offers our community a greater understanding of our culture’s wisdom and roots. With a deeper connection to our Ancestors and the Spirits of the Land, we can create a harmonious relationship with Earth and our people.

Indigenous Bungaree

Thank You

(Meaning ‘hut’ in the local language)

Rainbow Serpent would like to acknowledge our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander brothers and sisters from the many nations across Australia joining the Rainbow Tribe in 2012. Thank you for your contribution to this wonderful event.

We are proud to present an exciting program of Indigenous cultural activities for all to enjoy and experience. Activities and workshops include: • Uncle Gnarnayharrhe Waitaire Yiddaki Workshops (Didgeridoo) Healing Workshop Storytelling

Special thanks to the following for sharing their knowledge and experience with us:


• Uncle Phil Ahwang • Original Custodians of the land Kup Murrie - traditional underground on whose country we gather, the cooking from the Torres Straits Islands Wadawurrung people (Wathaurung Aboriginal Corporation) • Uncle Ted Lovett Traditional local knowledge • David Beaumont information and storytelling • Gnarnayharrhe Waitaire (Uncle Joey) • Traditional local knowledge and • Aunty Mona Wilson information during a ‘Walk and • Bonnie Fagan Talk Tour’ up the rock • Uncle Phil Ahwang • Aunty Mona • Uncle Ted Lovett Healing and storytelling • Wadaje For program details please refer to the Lifestyle Village Program pages 26 – 29. Alternatively you can visit the Lifestyle Village Hub or see the Program Chalk Boards both located at front entrance of Lifestyle Village.

ceremony Ceremony is a special part of Rainbow Serpent and a unique opportunity for participation in traditional ceremony practiced for thousands of years. All of our ceremonies are participant active and offer a welcoming environment. We encourage you to join us as we come together to honour and celebrate our Land and its Traditional Custodians, our brothers and sisters, and ourSelves.

Opening Blessing

Closing Ceremony

Chill Stage: Fri 16:00

Chill Stage: Mon 19:30

Guided by Aunty Mona, we honour the traditional Custodians of the Land, the Wathaurong Nation, on whose land we gather.

We reflect, respect and remember why we gather together in celebration of our uniqueness and collective connection.

In this, our first ceremony, we open the space, create the intent of love, peace, raised consciousness, community and celebration of our gathering and offer a traditional ‘Acknowledgement To Country’

We honour our experience, gather what we have learnt, release what has been created and through traditional ceremony, give thanks and close the space in preparation for our next gathering.

Opening Ceremony

Featuring Aunty Mona with traditional goodbye to ‘Country’ and TomCia Raven Wolf ‘She Who Sings’ who shares with us a heart and soulful closing chant.

Main Stage: Sat 20:00


A more formal process of Traditional ‘Welcome to Country’ to all and a Smoking Ceremony, which cleanses the “While dancing their dreamings, land and prepares for the days ahead. Aboriginals spiritually connect themselves Coordinated by the Wadawurrong to the land and to the Dreamtime. The Wathaurung Aboriginal Corporation, drumming of feet during the dance draws David Beaumont and many of our the Earth into dialogue with the dancers, Indigenous brothers and sisters. allowing the ceremony to bring the power of the Dreaming to life.”


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the arts Art is intrinsic to the Rainbow Serpent fabric and every effort has been made to ensure a colourful canvas that supports and encourages emerging and established artists to delve deep and create imaginative concepts that fill the festival pathways, stages and dance floors. Now in its fourth year, the Rainbow Arts and Culture Foundation’s Community Arts Grants have funded some incredible installations. If this inspires you, be sure to submit a grant application for 2013!

Stage Designers

• Android Jones (U.S) • R type L (Japan) • TransPortals (U.S) • Andre Wakko (Brazil/Germany) • Mega Zorch II • Soup/ Studio OSK • James Tapscott • Future Rocks • Victor Holder/4DPHINE • An Inexplicable Split Second • Linear Photography • Erthaya • Throbbing and Weaving Illuminators • Emma Price • Andrew Forbes • Frederick White • Re-Psycled Art by Stretch • Green Chief Sustainability • Caityln and Riley • Toggles • Genie Flip • Starburst Creations • You

• Extra Dimensional Space Agency (U.K/Austria) • La Lumina Botanica • CANOPI • Random Crew • Imagination Playgrounds • Makatron • Duel


Art Installations

VJs Presenting a live and multi-faceted visual showcase of some of the world’s finest digital artists using cutting edge visual technology, installations and performances.

CHILL STAGE • Jabberwocky • Jeronimo Visuals • Jayson Haebich • WildCat

• Worlds Kaleid • Kit Webster • Pixel Pirate

MAIN STAGE • Olaf Meyer (Main) • Pixelogix Visuals • Apok VJ (Canada) • KJR (R type L) - (Japan)

evolve gallery Evolve Gallery is nestled in the Lifestyle Village and is open for the course of the festival. Stroll through a visionary world of digital arts masters, creative artists and painters from Australia and across the globe. Not only a visual adventure, Evolve Gallery will be the stage for a series of informative presentations and discussion panels for your experiential pleasure.

PLUS Basia Wiacek, Sensorium Project, Katia Honour, Melissa Shemanna, Bonny Hut, Itch, Living Spirit Design, Kristian Mumford, Helen Wells, Dee Raymond, Anna Kumashov, Melissa Williams, Phoebe Celeste, Projections Magazine, Android, Liz & Liz, Caitlyn and Riley

Featured Artists

Live Painting

ANDROID JONES (U.S) Android Jones is an electrical artist. Using art as a tool to navigate reality and influence human consciousness, his work is a fusion of academic techniques and emerging digital technology.

Sat & Sun 11:00 - 15:00 An incredible opportunity to watch renowned and accomplished International and Australian artists paint live in an intimate environment. Experience their art unfold, view technique, style and ask questions.

ADAM SCOTT MILLER (U.S) An acute lifelong visionary artist, Adam’s paintings are praised globally for their transcen-detail and the elegant envisioning of reality as emergent from the unified-field ecology of energy.

Artist Panel Discussion

DANIEL MIRANTE (U.K.) Daniel is fascinated with the exploration of mysticism, deep ecology, mythology and creativity.

Panelists: Andrew Jones, Daniel Mirante, Kuba Fiedorowicz and more!

2012: The Great Awakening Sat 4:30

For information please refer to page 25


KUBA FIEDOROWICZ (AUS) With a focus on merging the inner and outer realms of vision, Kuba’s work depicts the heavenly realms and the union of opposites.

Sun 16:30 Hosted by: Rainbow Serpent Festival Arts Director, Emma-lee Luther

performance art This year's Rainbow Serpent will be bursting at the seams with stupendous artistic talent from across the globe, presented across two flamboyant stages and swarming the festival grounds. Hang on to your eyeballs; you are in for a total sensory extravaganza!

Playground Returning with three days of bizarre and beautiful performance art, wildly smashed together with feats of musical virtuosity. Step into this wild and wondrous playground and enjoy a veritable smorgasbord of cabaret acts and internationally acclaimed star-studded shows.

Luminocity Stage We are excited to announce our newest addition - Luminocity! Treating you to gob smacking, death defying, fiery spectaculars, manipulation workshops and kooky performances.

Roving Performance


Close encounters of the colourful and quirky kind, weaving their outrageous and interactive flavour around Rainbow. Watch out!

TIME PLAYGROUND Luminocity FRIDAY 19:00 19:30 20:00 Music Program begins 17.30 20:30 21:00 21:30 22:00 L’Orientale Elektrik With Pentaphobe 22:30 Not Dreaming Don Juan 23:00 Angel Dudek With Gabriel Urban Music Program Wacko & Blotto 23:30 until SAT 5:30 Until SAT 1:00 SATURDAY 10:00 10:30 11:30 12:00

Program MC Shannon McGurgan 13:00 Rockerobics 13:30 The Pranksters Caberet Hour Real Hot Bitches / Ta Da / Loves Matyr / Dizzy La La 14:00 Voodoo / Fipe Keanu / Jaimie Bretman / Nikelle Kahn 14:30 Spinseer 15:00 Music Program 16:00 Miss Fribys Charming Vignettes 16:05 Music Program 17:05 Miss Fribys Charming Vignettes 17:15 17:30 Music Program 18:00 18:15 Miss Fribys Charming Vignettes 18:20 Music Program 19:00 19:15 Quest Of Fifi The Expolorer & The Myth Of The Infamous 19:30 Tropical Monster 12:30

20:00 21:00 21:10 21:30 21:40

Manipulation Workshop & Play

Opening Cermony (Main Stage) Program MC CashMo Jo Angel Pranksters Ball/ Flames Of The Music Program Phoenix Jaimie Bretman Promethean Jesters

ROVING Soul Capoeira

Veronica Lane/ Ballistix Hans Roborock Disco Frisco

Aranyaka Dance Co. Soul Capoeira Hans Roborock

Hoop de Loop

Ferly Feminine (Crystal Mandala)

TIME PLAYGROUND SATURDAY (cont) 22:00 22:10 22:15 22:20

Pranksters Ball/ Music Program 22:30 22:40 23:00 23:20 23:30 SUNDAY 0:00 0:30 White Mink Electro Swing 1:00 Show With Tall Will 1:30 2:00 Music Program 4:30 5:00 10:00 12:00 12:30 13:00 13:30 14:00 14:30 15:00 15:30 16:00 16:30 17:30 18:00 21:30

Ferly Feminine/ Ballistix


Ta Da Tammy Firefly Raized in Flames Le Tableaux Burlesque Ryan Williams Soul Fire

Lisa Voodoo

Wacko & Blotto Wacko & Blotto

First Light Entertainment Miss Delectarama Le Pepe Le Pepe

Bootique Beauties

Manipulation Workshop & Play The Red (Hot!) Tea Party (Chill Stage) The Amazing Desmerelda

Music Program

So You Think You Can Strut? Program MC Phadroid CashMo Jo (Android Jones & Phaedra) Visual & Spinfest Fire Performance Art Competition Winners (Chill Stage) Tammy Firefly Soul Fire Flames Of The Please note: check Pheonix these times carefully Flame Rouge so you don't miss any Promethean Jesters of your favourite acts. Ryan Williams Raized in Flames Pyrodynamics


21:35 21:45 21:55 22:00 22:10 22:25 22:30 22:40 22:50 23:00 23:30


Android Jones & Phadroid

Annual Rainbow Pool Party

Evolve Gallery, Illuminate Stage & Chill Stage Iconic duo Andrew Jones and wife Phaedra exhibit their art and present live performance, digital painting, forum discussions and their collaboration Phadroid.

Beaufort Pool: Sat 12.00 - 19:00 Entry $7 - proceeds to Beaufort Community acollectivefuture presents Rainbow’s infamous Pool Party with DJ’s: Adusk, Jordz, Spinifex (Live), C-Matic, Dan Raver, Murray Kingi, Adam Small vs Christian Schumann. Funktion One. Free Shuttle Bus. No Glass.

Pranksters Ball The Playground: Sat 21:00 Dress: Sharp! Put on your best threads, slick back your quiff and see some of the classiest acts in the country. Featuring a sensational line-up of local, interstate and international performance artists and bands.

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Rainbow Serpent Lu’au

Market Stage: Sun 12:00 – 16:00 Dress: Tropical - prizes for best outfits! Shake your rumpa with four hours of unbridled dirty-fun-fat-acid-techhouse-electro-tom-foolery and of course the inaugural annual Disco Dance Off! Presented by DJs: Heath Myers, Miyagi and Mo Ichi with live percussionist Tecy.

So You Think You Can Strut Luminocity: Sun 18:30 – 19:30 We’re going to strut a revolution, it takes a certain type of person, its all about the execution, come on walk for me, I want to see you strut, c'mon let it all hang out, get yourself some validation, you know it feels good, you know it feels hot! I WANT TO SEE YOU STRUT.

Red (Hot!) Tea Party Chill: Sat 15:00 Dress: Red (hot!) Foxtrott Theatre Box hosts a most extravagant outdoor picnic in the opulently lush botanica environment of the Chill Stage! The theme is ‘ravishing red’ and it will be red (hot!)

The Nature of Rainbow: Walk & Talk Fri 18:30 – 20:00 & Sat 8:30 – 10:00 Meet: In front of Evolve Gallery Join naturalist Tanya Loos on an interpretive nature walk, both on and off-site, to meet the locals: the flora and fauna Please wear sturdy shoes (closed toes if possible!) and bring sun protection/water. Join for any length of time you wish.

Floppy Barrow by Ichanic Industries

Rear Market Stage: Sat/Sun 11:00 Kinda like tennis, kinda like hurling bike tyres around with broomsticks. Its wacky, its fun and its played as a tournament with prizes.

German Sparkle Party Market Stage: Sun 15:20 Step 1. Youtube German Sparkle Party. Step 2. Raid your local op-shop for glitter attire. Step 3. Have you brought your rubber boots? Step 4. Meet on the Market dancefloor 2pm Monday, SHARP! Step 5. Dancey-dance. Party-party. Step 6. Rinse and repeat.

Rockerobics The Playground: Sat 13:00 Dress: Spandex, lycra, flannel … Ever wanted to learn air guitar, get hot, sweaty and horny in short shorts, headbands and spandex to a banging soundtrack of 80’s and 90’s Rock Ballads? This is your time to shine!

The Pranksters Cabaret Hour

solar cinema Presents: The Solar Life Channel One-of-a-kind surround sound cinema experience. Showing peculiar shorts, interviews, original films and animations. FRIDAY: The History Channel 21:00 Chat Show Couch & John Howard is a Filthy Sl*t 21:30 Too Deadly 22:00 Cyberotica 23:00 Bedazzler 01:00 Gone Pete Tong 02:30 Earthdream 1998-2000 03:30 Late Night Shorts until close SATURDAY: Is Right Now! Premiere Night 21:00 Curtain - A Glamorous Beginning. 21:30 Electronic Awakening – Rainbow Serpent Premiere Screening

The Playground: Sat 13:30 An extravagant cornucopia of nouveau circus, comedy, contemporary dance, voodoo and lycra funtown action. Hosted by the magnificent Shannon McGurgan of Circus Trick Tease fame.

23:00 Chat Show Couch

Tribal Fusion Belly Dance Workshop

SUNDAY: Futuristic & Fiery!

Chill Stage: Sat 12:00 – 13:00 Tribal d'Orient presents The Electric Orient with Kami Liddle, main innovative contributors to the Tribal Bellydance dance genre, and Giselle Sibyl.

Annual Rainbow Games 2012

23:30 Mekanarky’s Big Day Out 00:00 Operationalchemy00:30 Full Colour Vol2 02:30 Full Colour Vol1 03:00 Late Night Shorts until close 21:00 Mitch Schultz Introduces his film “The Spirit Molecule” 22:30 Mitch Schultz speaks on his ‘DMTrmx Project’ 23:00 W.A.S.A 00:00 Chat Show Couch 00:15 Films & Shorts by Simon Ford feat. Burning Man USA


Main Stage: Sun (when music finishes) 02:00 Mighty Burning Demon The winner of this iconic display of 03:00 Late Night Shorts until close humanity’s arcing magnificence wins a ticket to Rainbow Serpent 2013 and a year’s supply of verbs.

lifestyle village 2012 – A time for healing Connect, reflect and share with like-minded individuals in an open and welcoming space for creative self-expression, thought and healing. Meander through the luscious tree-filled retreat, meet new friends, relax, engage, be inspired and be entertained with an exciting four-day program including: • Yoga & Movement • Kids Zone • Crystal Mandala & • Interactive Workshops • Massage & Healing Light Temple • Evolve Art Gallery • Panel Discussions • Indigenous Activities • Solar Cinema and so much more!

Workshops & Discussions

Massage & Healing Space

Our new workshop spaces will be bubbling and buzzing with activities and back-to-back workshops.

Relax and unwind during your festival experience in this perfect retreat. Be pampered by the healing touch of trained massage therapists treating your mind, body and soul through a variety of modalities. Sign up early - spaces fill fast! BYO towel/sarong.

Inner Realm: Look within and explore the self. Outer Realm: Explore our surrounding environment and the world we live in. Body Realm – Stretch: Relax and soothe your soul. Body Realm – Movement: Get the body moving with upbeat workshops. Evolve Gallery: Spend time with featured artists – learn, explore and create.

Solar Cinema Page 23 Workshops In Solar Cinema


SAT 15:00 – 17:30 Amanda Scott Art Therapy Workshop SUN 12:00 – 15:00 Aly G Underwater Basket Weaving

Open: Fri 16:30 – 21:30 Sat 09:00– 15:00 / 15:30– 20:00 Sun 09:00– 15:00 / 15:30 – 21:30

Guest Speakers We are excited to welcome the following special guests presenting a range of topics: • Jamie Janover • Mitch Schultz • Graham St John • Rak Razam and more!

Indigenous Bungaree Page 14

For full details refer to the Lifestyle Village Program in the following pages. Alternatively you can visit the Lifestyle Hub or see the Lifestyle Village Program Chalk Board – both located at the front entrance of the Lifestyle Village (See festival map)

Panel Discussion:

2012: The Great Awakening Evolve Gallery: Sat 14:30 Host: Rak Razam Panelists: Dan Schreiber, Darpan, Jamie Janover, Mitch Schultz, Even Dawn, Margaret Cross & Robin Mutoid See Page 19 for details

Crystal Mandala & Light Temple

Kids Zone

Open and inclusive, this is an area to relax, meditate, unwind, connect, share, learn, activate, cross-pollinate. Add something personal to the altar and tune in to the frequency. Refer to the black board at the entrance for more details.

The Kids Zone will host an assortment of workshops and activities to ensure children can enjoy the festival as much as the big kids do! All the activities and workshops are designed to provide learning and nurturing with a huge dose of fun and are as natural as possible.


The Dreaming Space

Open 24/7: Activation Fri 11:11

20:00 Kirtan Chanting: Mel Dobra, Darpan, Murray Kyle & Ben Last 22:00 Illuvatar & Simsek: Meditative Audio/Visual Journey SATURDAY 20:00 Don Peyote & Sacred Alchemy Journeys: Meditative Audio/Visual Journey SUNDAY 22:00 Ben Last: Meditative Audio/Visual Journey MONDAY 22:00 Electronic Shaman: Meditative Audio/Visual Journey

• African Drumming • The Dream Catcher (Performance) • Magic Show & Workshop, during our farewell Rainbow Serpent Party! Please note: children must be accompanied at all times by an adult in the Kids Zone. A special thank you to the Renewal Arts Crew for making the Kids Zone possible.


Evolve Gallery Page 19

Located next to the Kids Zone, this special space will be home to some crazy and fun activities including:

lifetsyle village program

TIME FRIDAY 15:30 16:00


OUTER REALM Opening Blessing (Chill Stage)

17:30 Clare Sentience: Crystal Healing 18:00 Workshop & Guided Heart Healing Meditation 18:30 19:00 19:30 20:00


Oliver Stacey: Accelerated Learning Techniques

Tom Cosm: Ableton Live & How To Push It To The Max

Zeitgeist: Moving Forward & Resource Based Economy Film & Discussion

20:30 21:00

Raspal Khumra & Tabitha Kellett: Learning The Art Of Indian Head 21:30 Massage With Tibetan Singing Bowls 22:00 SATURDAY 9:00 Mayra Vivo Torres: Internet Activism - Changing The World Is Suddenly Roxanna Minnona: Yoni Yoga 9:30 Possible (Women’s Only Event) 10:00 10:30 Roxanna Minnona: Women’s Dan Gooden Terence McKenna & Reverse Engineering Consciousness 11:00 Space (Women’s Only Event)

Miss Friby: Cabaret Workshop

Mickey Space: Shakti Groove Yoga Movement Dance Journey

Gavin Shri Amneon: Yoga Gavin Shri Amneon: Tai Chi

11:30 12:00 12:30

Heath Myers: Flowing With Intention

Bronte Brodie: Men’s Space (Men’s Only Event)

13:00 13:30 14:00 14:30 15:00 15:30 16:00

Dr Joseph Gelfer: The Masculinity Conspiracy

Jasmina Haukka: Nutrition, Mindfulness & Culture

Julian Waksberg: Intro to Permaculture - Solutions For Sustainability

Gypsy Jess: Sexy Raw Chocolate

Graham St John: Totality Freaks - The Total Solar Eclipse & Its Cosmic Alchemy Simon Slieker: Dance Journeys



John Seed: Deep Ecology & The Conservation Of Nature

Rob Wilkie: I Ching Divination

16:30 17:30 18:00 18:30 19:00 19:30 20:00

Miss Friby: Tap Dance

Margaret Cross: Return Of The Divine Feminine

Dan Schreiber: Plan Plant Planet

Opening Ceremony (Main Stage)




The Dream Catcher Opening Blessing (Chill Stage)

Fairy Amy of Sheridan: Fairy Wings Workshop


Featured Artist - Kuba Fiedorowicz InSpirations Presentation

18:30 19:00 19:30 20:00 20:30 21:00

Featured Artist - Android Jones Digital Art Workshop With Q&A

21:30 22:00 SATURDAY 9:00

Kim O’Meara: Laughter Yoga

9:30 Magical Rainbow Mobile Making (Age 4+)

Paul Dumais: Qi Gong

Justine Camilleri: Fairy Garland Workshop

Live Painting 11:00 - 15:00 Android Jones 11:00 - 15:00 Merchandise Signing

Discussion Panel 2012: The Great Awakening. Host: Rak Razam Ryan Williams: Panelists: Dan Schreiber, Poi - Beyond The Darpan, Jamie Janover, Mitch Basics Schultz, Even Dawn, Margaret Cross, Robin Mutoid

Featured Artist - Daniel Mirante: Medicine Culture Presentation

Rainbow Tie Dye (All Ages)

Traditional Knowledge Walk & Talk With Traditional Owner Dja Dja Wurrung Talking ‘Country’ & Culture

African Drumming (All Ages/The Dreaming Space) Rainbow Kite Making (Age Under 7s) Drama Games & Improv. (Ages 5-15) Rainbow Kite Making (Age 7+) Finger Puppets (All Ages) Celeste, Nick & The Magical Party (All Ages) Carnival Of Colour Opening Ceremony (Ages 3+)

Opening Ceremony (Main Stage)

10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:30

Uncle Joey: Yidaki (Didgeridoo) workshop Uncle Joey: Yidaki (Didgeridoo), Healing & Meditation Traditional Weaving Workshop

13:00 13:30 14:00 14:30 15:00 15:30

Aunty Elly Chatfield: Stolen 16:00 Generations Talk - Q&A 16:30 Aunty Mona: Wise N Welcome Talks

17:00 17:30 18:00 18:30 19:00 19:30 20:00

lifetsyle village program

TIME INNER REALM SUNDAY 9:00 Roxanna Minnona: Yoni Yoga 9:30 (Women’s Only Event)) 10:00 10:30 Roxanna Minnona: Women’s 11:00 Space (Women’s Only Event)



Even Dawn: It’s Time...Shift Happens

Lucine Eusani: Base Resonance Yoga

Dan Schreiber: Growing Super Plants Minna Seppala: Kundalini Yoga

11:30 12:00 12:30 13:00 13:30 14:00 14:30 15:00 15:30

Bronte Brodie: Men’s Space (Men’s Only Event)

Mark Donnedu: Sacred Health For 2012

Sea Shepherd: Open Discussion With Crew Member Sara Keltie

Josie Jupiter: The Hoop & The Tree (Hoops provided)

John Seed with Sally Mathrick: Lulu Madill: Unlocking Council Of All Beings - Deep The Inner Voice Ecology Tim Parish: Another World Is Happening

16:00 16:30

David Schoeffel (Occupy Melbourne): Darpan: Activating The Third Ear Occupy Australia - Understanding The 17:00 Occupy Movement

Alex Jordan & Lulu Madill: The Love Shack




Cameron Ashton: Personal Alignment Through Geodesic Rak Razam: The Next Step - Beyond Fipe Keanu: Pacific Entheogenesis Hula Group 18:30 Mathematics Of The Ancient World & The Great Processional Cycle 19:00 19:30 Darpan: Reclaiming Vision To Manifest Nikelle Khan: Oriental A New Paradigm Fusion Belly Dance 20:00 Margaret Cross & Shane 20:30 Huebner: Plant Medicine & The Jamie Janover: The Unified Field Path Of The Heart 21:00 Theory Of Scientist Nassim Haramein & Beyond… (until 22:00) MONDAY 10:30 Bree Cooper: Conscious Parenting Darpan: Owning The Reality We Create 11:00 11:30 12:00 Corinne Lutz: Australian Bush Robin Mutoid: Our Year 2012 Flower Essences 12:30 13:00 13:30 14:00 19:30

Closing Ceremony (Chill Stage)




Kim O’Meara: Laughter Yoga Paul Dumais: Qi Gong

Rebekah Ray: The Sacred Channel Experiential Singing Workshop

Kid’s Yoga & Creative Movement (Ages 4-10) Live Painting 11:00 - 15:00 Android Jones 11:00 - 15:00 Merchandise Signing

Damon Ellis: RSF Judo Club

Discussion Panel Featured Artist Forum & Q&A. Host: Rainbow Serpent Festival Arts Director Emma-lee Luther Richard Clement, Azzy Monks, Tim Panelists: Andrew Jones, Daniel Mirante, Kuba O’Conner & David Fiedorowicz & More! McPhail: Juggle Jam

12:00 2012 Mayan Magic Face Paint & Dressage (Ages 3-14) Traditional Dance Workshop 12:30 Doll / Puppet Making (Ages 7-15)


13:30 14:00 Circus Fun: Make Your Australians for Native 14:30 Own Poi / Juggling Balls ANTaR. Title & Reconciliation Q&A 15:00 (All Ages) 15:30 Uncle Phil Ahwang: Circus Workshop Introduction To Torres Strait 16:00 (Ages 4+) Island Culture & ‘Kup Murrie’ Blacktavism! Local Knowledge Talk Q&A

Uncle Phil: Kup Murrie Food Preparation Balloon Paintings (All Ages)

Twilight Tale Making (Ages 7-12) Massage & Healing Workshop (Ages 8+)

Rak Razam: Human Be-In

INDIGENOUS BUNGAREE TIME SUNDAY 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 Uncle Joey: Yidaki (Didgeridoo), Healing & Meditation 11:30

Installation Artist - Harlan Emil (Transportals): Sacred Geometries & Earth Energies Of The Portal Installations

Open Mic (All welcome)


17:00 17:30 18:00 18:30

19:00 Uncle Phil: Serving of the 19:30 Kup Murrie (Fire Pit ) 20:00 20:30 21:00

Farewell Rainbow 2012 Kids Party (All ages) Magic Show & Workshop (The Dreaming Space)

Closing Ceremony (Chill Stage)

MONDAY 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:30 13:00 13:30 14:00 19:30

shuttle bus timetable V/Line Train Shuttle Bus

Shuttle Bus

The direct shuttle bus between Beaufort Train Station and the Festival Site will be available only for the below listed V/Line train services and costs $5.00. If you are catching a train service not listed below you could make your way into Beaufort Town Centre (approx 200m walk) and catch the regular shuttle bus to festival site or vice versa during operating hours.

Festival Site – Beaufort Town Centre

Melbourne to Rainbow Friday 27 Option 1 12:07 Departs Melbourne, Southern Cross 14:06 Arrives Beaufort Station Option 2 18:24 Departs Melbourne, Southern Cross 20:12 Arrives Beaufort Station Saturday 28 Option 1 08:08 Departs Melbourne, Southern Cross 10:07 Arrives Beaufort Station Option 2 18:08 Departs Melbourne, Southern Cross 20:01 Arrives Beaufort Station

Approx. 20 min Service departs Festival Site at the designated bus stop (refer to festival map) and Beaufort Town Centre at the ‘Band Rotunda’ in the main street. Friday: 11:00 – 17:00

Departs both Beaufort Town Centre and Festival Site: Every hour on the hour Saturday: 11:00 – 18:00 Departs both Beaufort Town Centre and Festival Site making an extra stop at Beaufort Swimming Pool: Every half hour on the half hour Sunday: 11:00 – 18:00 Departs both Beaufort Town Centre and Festival Site: Every hour on the hour FARE [ONE WAY] Adults $2.00 Child <12 Free

Rainbow to Melbourne


Monday 30 Option 1 11.35 Shuttle Bus departs Festival Site 12:34 Departs Beaufort Station 14:29 Arrives Melbourne, Southern Cross Option 2 16.15 Shuttle Bus departs Festival Site 17:14 Departs Beaufort Station 19:35 Arrives Melbourne, Southern Cross Tuesday 31 Option 1 11.35 Shuttle Bus departs Festival Site 12.34 Departs Beaufort Station 14.29 Arrives Melbourne, Southern Cross

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A big thank you to our friends who have helped us in 2012: Our CREW, ARTISTS & CONTRIBUTORS for their passion, dedication and energy. Our VOLUNTEERS for going above and beyond to make Rainbow a delight for all attendees. If you se these folks say 'thanks' - they deserve it! And of course, YOU for being here and supporting Rainbow Serpent in 2012! If you’d like to be involved in a more intensive ‘Intern’ program in 2012 to train you in event management, email volunteers@rainbowserpent. net when you get home or come and see us at the Volunteers Hut.

The Beaufort, Lexton and surrounding communities.

Sunday 5 Feb

Gabriel Ananda Petter (Basmati GER) [DJ Set]

(Border Community / Studio Barnhus) [DJ Set]

Luke McD | Hans DC | Jen Tutty | Timmus Midday - 10PM | The Bridge | Shed 9 South Wharf Promenade, South Wharf Pre-sale tickets $30 + BF available through more on the door Minimum legal age for entry is 18yrs. Photo ID required. Management reserve the right to refuse entry.




Four days to shower, shave, rest and recuperate … before the ENCORE EXTRAORDINAIRE!!

Rainbow serpent fest ival

After Party FRI 3 FEB Spanning three rooms at the Colonial Hotel be prepared for a tasting of some of the best Rainbow 2012 had to offer both internationally and from our own homegrown pool of talented producers and DJ’s.

Secret Cinema - Emok - Dapayak A.Balter - Kasey Taylor - Tipper Spoonbill - Opiuo - Editor and more!!~ Roxanne Parlour 2 Coverlid Place, Melbourne | $30 on the door | 10:30pm till late


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