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19th November, 2004

FReeZACentral undertakes its 2004 Victorian all-ages tour this November and December with shows in Queenscliff, Ballarat, Camberwell and Wodonga. The all ages, drug and alcohol-free events will feature performances by artists including: The Spazzys, Antiskeptic, Blue Line Medic, 28 Days. March 2005 will play host to Push Over held at Luna Park, St Kilda.

Saturday & Sunday November 27 & 28 - FReeZACentral Stage, Queenscliff Music Festival
* Featuring Blue Line Medic / The Beautiful Girls / The Spazzys / Ash Grunwald / The Vasco Era / The Go Set / Armageddon Sky / Pixelated / I Deny / Durbeyfield / Derailed / The Red Vinyl Quartet / Crude Oil / Severity / Feebal Squint / The Wise Gentlemen Good Time Band / Troubled Minds
* Queenscliff Music Festival tickets available from Ticketek on 132 849 (limited FReeZACentral single afternoon session tickets available at the door $5). Doors: Sat 11am - 7pm, Sun 10:30am - 4pm.

Friday December 3 - Echoes of Freedom World Music Festival, Ballarat Botanical Gardens
* Featuring 28 Days / The Spazzys / Armageddon Sky / Standing Tall
* Tickets from Ticketmaster7 on 136 100: $18 full, $10 conc, under-15 free. Doors: 6.45pm - 10pm.

Friday December 10 - Camberwell Civic Centre (340 Camberwell Road, Camberwell)
* Featuring 28 Days / I Killed The Prom Queen / Parkway Drive / Irrelevant / Off By Heart
* Tickets available from local outlets: $12 plus booking fee, $15 at the door. Doors: 6.45pm - 11.30pm.

Saturday December 11 - Wodonga Civic Centre (106 Hovell Street, Wodonga)
* Featuring 28 Days / Antiskeptic / Sunday Slippers / Minerva
* Tickets available from local outlets: $10 pre sale and $12 at the door. Doors: 7pm till 11pm.

Monday March 14 - Push Over 2005, Luna Park, St Kilda
With over 30 acts on 3 stages, including hip hop, Push Start Grand Final, free Luna Park rides and headline bands. Check www.thepush.asn.au for updates.

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