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Australia’s Soundwave Revolution Canceled

10:01 AM Tuesday 8/9/11 | |

Soundwave Revolution, the new Australian traveling festival that boasted Van Halen as its headliner, is not happening.

Scheduled to begin Sept. 24 in Brisbane and produced by the folks behind the country’s annual Soundwave tour, Soundwave Revolution was to include performances by Alice Cooper, Panic! At The Disco, Sum 41, Hatebreed, Bad Religion, Hole plus many other acts.

Organizers were expected to announce a co-headline act last week, according to Melbourne’s Herald Sun. The newspaper reports that failure to secure a co-headliner ultimately led to the festival’s demise.

A message on the festival’s website states that some of the individual bands on the Soundwave Revolution lineup will travel to Australia and many special shows are being planned, including “multi band/mini festival line-ups in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne.”

Click here for the Soundwave Revolution website.


Comments

  1. Spanky wrote:

    05:06 PM, Aug 09, 2011

    Both shows apparently near sell-outs. Something fishy going on down-under...

  2. GuitarsRM wrote:

    02:05 PM, Aug 09, 2011

    Looking at that lineup, this would only have been worth it to see VH anyway. "Failure to secure a co-headliner" sounds odd. You would think that would be a hot ticket.