Hailing from Adelaide in 1996, The Superjesus burst on to the scene with a very unique sound. Coupling the sonic assault of a wall of guitars with Sarah McLeod's distinctive powerhouse vocals and catchy melodies, The Superjesus carved their own path both in Australia and around the world. Being the first band to sign a joint venture with Warner Brothers in the U.S. and Australia, they divided their time evenly between the two countries.
Ten years of relentless touring and three albums later, they decided to take some time off and pursue other projects. Recently reforming 20 years on from their platinum-selling album Sumo hitting number two on the ARIA chart, The Superjesus are still as popular as ever.
|Sean Kingston||Friday 15 March||5:45pm||Heineken® Stage|
|Kid Ink||Friday 15 March||7:00pm||Heineken® Stage|
|Hot Dub Time Machine||Saturday 16 March||6:00pm||Heineken® Stage|
|The Superjesus||Sunday 17 March||2:15pm||Heineken® Stage|
|Sam Perry||Sunday 17 March||6:00pm||Heineken® Stage|
|DJ Tay James||Sunday 17 March||6:30pm||Heineken® Stage|
Heineken® Stage Schedule
|Tanya George (Solo)||1:20pm-3:20pm|
|Damion De Silva||2:00pm-4:00pm|
|Furnace and the Fundamentals||4:00pm-5:00pm|
|Hot Dub Time Machine w/ Samsarah & Dan Mac||6:00pm-7:30pm|