SNACK Weekender is set to take place over two nights, booking out Optus Stadium’s Stadium Park for February 26-27.
The first night will mark the live debut of Tame Impala Sound System, an electronic-driven, three-piece incarnation of Kevin Parker’s project. TISS have previously performed on BBC Radio 1, as part of NPR’s Tiny Desk concert series and, most recently, on triple j’s Like A Version.
Lime Cordiale will take to the festival’s SNACK Boombox stage the night after on February 27.
Strap yourselves in! We’re joining forces with two incredible acts for two new shows on Feb 26 + 27 next year 🙏🎵 SNACK…
“We can’t wait to be in front of some people again and think we’re going to feel right at home inside the Boombox, too,” Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker said in a press release.
The festival adds to Lime Cordiale’s increasingly busy schedule for 2021. The duo are set to perform at Melbourne’s Live At The Bowl next year, as well as at Wildlands Festival and Summer Sounds in Brisbane and Adelaide respectively.
The Leimbach brothers will also play two headline shows at Sydney’s Enmore Theatre in late January.
In November, Kevin Parker teased that Tame Impala would be keen to play smaller shows in Australia over Summer.
“I miss those smaller shows, those sweaty, intimate shows – it’s a vibe that can’t be replaced,” he told The Sydney Morning Herald.