PUNK / ROCK / METAL / SKATE / GRAFF / CAMP
WHO'S PLAYING SEPTEMBER 2021?
Want to play Thrashville Saturday 11th September 2021?
We had our rescheduled 2020 event Saturday 13th February 2021, and now we're coming in hot with the official 2021 gig on Saturday 11th September 2021.
If you've applied in the last 12 months we still have your application, however if you have new music or something more to share send in another application. Otherwise, we still have all previous applications ready to sift through.
Stay tuned for the line up for the official 2021 Thrashville.
The FULL PROGRAM from february 2021
Astrodeath are a duo born in 2018 as the heavy-hitting, sludge-grunge brainchild of Timmy Lancken (guitar and vocals) and Yoshi Hausler (drums). Their self-titled debut album is a concoction of tormented vocals, heavy slabs of evil riffage and titanic drums that will slap you right across the head.
Featuring a litany of incredible 80’s metal rock riffage and a light show to expel the retinas out the back of your head, the renaissance of Rock and Roll is here when Battlesnake annihilate a stage near you.
SCABZ are a driving force behind Australia’s punk scene, serving up direct and unapologetic protest in songs like ‘Feel Good Summer,’ next to tales of drunken nights out with Australian Fast Bowler Brett Lee with ease. SCABZ are closing in on a full, reckless and energetic sound that no other act in Australia can match.
PurEnvy hail from the steel city of Newcastle, NSW. Fusing elements of thrash metal with harmonies reminiscent of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal. PurEnvy have been perfecting their craft for many years, appealing to a wide range of heavy music fans, and attracting a loyal following along the way.
Forming in 2005 as schoolmates influenced by a huge love for music, skateboarding and a good-times-all-the-time attitude. Over the years they developed their own sound, loosely described as Psychotic Skate-Punk and Aussie Pub-Thrash. Open up your hearing meat wide so Children of Finland Fighting in Norway can punch your brain with their crispy tunes.
Wollongong punks Hoon have developed a distinct take on the genre, spanning elements of psychedelia, garage and sludge metal into their musical output. Forming in late 2013, Hoon began earning their stripes through supporting acts like Clowns, Dune Rats, Mesa Cosa and Gay Paris.
Firmly tongue in cheek, Basil's Kite are an experiemental punk/ metal band spanning Wollongong to Katoomba. With EPs Technicolour Fuckfest and Celestial Shitshow, and most recently Baby, their dark freaky tunes will slide their way into your soul this Thrashville.
Forming in Mid 2019, CHOP have made noise around the Newcastle scene with their hard hitting lyrics, pounding bass lines and engaging live performances. Speaking on political issues, the duo aren't afraid to speak their mind when it comes to their music. Thrashville anticipates an electric performance by these local metal heads, plug us in and give us a shock we say.
It's game on Punks and Punkettes as No Quarter gear up to take on the Thrashy stage with their no fucks given 90's vibe. With 15 years under their belts and a die-hard fan base littered over Australia, this five piece powerhouse will get ya standing in front of your chair needing more.
Take a rock band with elements of hard rock, add a sprinkle of metal, then mix in a bloody good time and you'll receive a deep-dark-delicious experience you'll never forget. Get amongst the big Z for Thrashy.
Building a solid repertoire of chaotic and hectic material recruited bass player in 2019 expanding on their roots of ole school and new wave Death Metal and Thrash.
Something that will leave a permanent scar.
Bend over and get Drilled
Sydney’s Dark Horse have been around for a decade now, playing their brand of D-Beat Hardcore throughout Australia as well as smashing out two European tours, two tours of Japan and a short trip to New Zealand. Constant touring and playing has led to a tight, energetic and aggressively fun live set. 2021 will see the release of their long-awaited third LP as well as national and (hopefully) international live appearances. Dark Order has cancelled their gig at Thrashville 2021 due to unforeseeable medical reasons.
Young Maitland ladies Ragdoll are making their Thrashville debut in 2021. This all girl band slam it out in their respective garages like true early career artists. Let's make this young coven of powerful women feel welcome at Thrashville.
The Witching Hour, hailing from the Central Coast area (NSW, Australia), are a hard rock band riddled with haunting vocals, guitars of ethereal yet abrasive manner and a rhythm section that pummels through all in its way without any sign of mercy.
Boudicca is a hardcore punk rock band from Awabakal Country, Australia. Boudicca's lyrical themes delve into the representations of women in folklore, myth, ancient history and modern history through a cheeky but staunchly political lens.
The Run Down on Thrashy...
Embracing the sharper edge of human existence, Thrashville will return, Saturday 11th September 2021.
Thrashville, with its furry feet set firmly in the punk, hard rock and metal genres, is a festival for those who like to feel a little more energy. It's a one day bonanza, to be merry and bask in the full throttle riffage of some of Australia's craziest musical legends. With 13 great hand picked live acts, playing one at a time, in the beautiful outdoor confines of Dashville, along with loads of awesome extras like skateboarding demos and live graff art display. Thrashville is a rare and awesome opportunity.
- ARENA / CAMPGROUND / BAR OPEN AT 11am
- FIRST BAND IS 1pm -Last band finishes at 11.30pm PLAYING TIMES COMING SOON
- CAMP ONSITE OR CATCH THE BUS
Camping is included in your ticket, or you can opt to purchase a shuttle pass. For this you need to make your way to Maitland Train Station (via public transport or walk) to catch the designated shuttle bus.
The bus leaves the station 12midday // 2pm //4pm. The bus returns at 10pm and again at the end of the show.
Locals can get a pick up on route via the New England Highway, Rutherford, Greta, Branxton etc. More info and pricing is on the ticketing page.
The event is fully licensed. NO BYO into arena or campground.
The event is rated MA15+. We encourage parents to bring their teenagers. However it is the parent or guardians responsibility to determine whether it's appropriate for their teenager to attend. Parental discretion is advised.
Under-18s MUST be accompanied by a legal guardian or you cannot enter.
Optional onsite camping is included in your ticket.
Anyone looking to get involved in any of the elements, should email email@example.com
Want to do a live artwork at Thrashville?
We're after applications from talented folk to create an artwork during the festival
TERMS & CONDITIONS - PLEASE READ CAREFULLY
Please read these carefully, some of these are standard terms for Dashville, some are new, so make sure you take note and pass this information on to all in your party.
- NO BYO ALCOHOL
- NO BYO FOOD INTO ARENA
- NO PERSONS UNDER 13 ARE PERMITTED.
- PERSONS 13-17 MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT.
- PARENTS thinking of bringing youngins: please note that this event features grown up content including swears, heavy music etc. Your discretion is advised.
- NO PETS
- NO DIPSHITS OR DIPSHIT-ISH BEHAVIOUR. We at Dashville pride ourselves on hosting events full of considerate, consciencious good folk, which always guarantees a good time for everyone else. Let's keep it this way.
- NO AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOUR (See above policy on dipshits).
- NO FIREWORKS OR EXPLOSIVES
- NO LOUD MUSIC IN CAMPGROUND
- NO EXCESSIVE NOISE AFTER MIDNIGHT
- NO PERSONAL FIRES
- NO LITTERING
- NO UNDERAGE DRINKING
- NO INTOXICATION
- NO DRUGS, WEAPONS OR CONTRABAND
- UPON ENTRY - All vehicles will be subject to a search prior to entry to the festival campgrounds. Don't risk bringing booze.
- NO GAS BOTTLES
Basically these days if you think it's illegal or not allowed, it probably isn't. If there is anything unclear or something you are not sure about, please email mail @dashville.com.au for further clarification.
Festival Organisers reserve the right to refuse entry or evict any person at any time for any of the above breaches. Any person caught behaving in a threatening, malicious or inappropriate manner (aggressive, riotous, abusive, or insulting actions) towards other patrons or event staff or equipment, will result in the permanent removal of the patron from the site and possible referal to police for prosecution.