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Monday, 26 November 2012 14:54

TREVOR : a music festival
Date : January 12, 2013
Where : Churchill Island Heritage Farm, Phillip Island
Price : $99 – Kids 15 & under are FREE!
Bookings :

After much expectation and speculation, TREVOR is ready to announce the bands appearing on the main stage alongside his first round lineup of ICEHOUSE, THE BAMBOOS, ASH GRUNWALD, BROWHORN ORCHESTRA, THE PIERCE BROTHERS and SWEET JEAN.

To satisfy your soul and have you groovin' on the grass, Trevor has invited OH! PEP, QUARRY MOUNTAIN DEAD RATS, DAVE PRIDEAUX & THE HUM, CROOKED SAINT, JACQUI STERLING, RUDELY INTERRUPTED and DJ NDORSE to join him on Churchill Island, January 12 2013.

This rounds out an eclectic and versatile lineup which will ensure Trevor delivers on his promise to celebrate the best of music, friends, food and family.

Speaking of family, did we mention that Trevor is a family man? He knows what it's like as a kid on a day out with the folks and as a parent on an outing with the kids, after all, he's been there – done that.

Trev wants the entire tribe to be involved, so kids 15 and under get FREE ADMISSION with free food & drink and free, mind blowing activities such as CIRCUS WORKSHOPS, YOGA CLASSES and AFRICAN DRUM & DANCE WORKSHOPS not to mention the massive KID'S TIPI with art & craft sessions and chill out zone.

Trevor will take care of your taste buds too with the festival offering an incredible feast of food, lovingly dispensed by vendors such as MAMA GOZLEMES, KAISARS SAUSAGES and I SCREAM alongside Trev's own DELI stocked to the brim with seasonal and local produce.

It's obvious that Trevor isn't just another music festival. Trevor is the feeling you get in finding an old box of polaroids, full of summer fun and familiar faces. It's about getting up for a quick dance and not sitting down again. It's the sticky carpet at your local and the familiar smell of the band room. It's a celebration of everything you have ever loved about music, friends, family and food.

More like a brother than a boyfriend. Everyone loves Trevor.


Simon Russell
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