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After dominating the festival summer season over the past three years the Ice Cream Factory is levelling up in 2020 and beyond, with new east coast dates in Brisbane and Melbourne along with Perth.

They’ve also had a sneaky name change, now flying under the new banner of Factory Summer Festival.

You may have seen on social media in recent days they’ve announced the next run of dates, taking over Victoria Parklands in Brisbane and its usual Perth home from December 11-31, before heading to Fed Square in Melbourne from March 19-April 5.

In line with the expansion, they’ve also unveiled a huge cast of Australian headliners to take to the stage:

We know what you’re thinking, but what about the whole global pandemic situation?

The organisers have assured patrons it’s at the top of their agenda too:

“In a period of uncertainty in the musical festival landscape, Factory Summer Festival is looking to provide certainty to all consumers, with replacement dates in March confirmed for all acts, in addition to the opportunity for full refunds, should the event be rescheduled.

“Factory Summer Festival is in regular communications with the relevant local and state authorities and COVID-19 Safety Plans have been prepared for each individual city, whilst all events will be compliant with directions of WA Department of Health, Queensland Health and Vic Department of Health & Human Services directions at the date of the event.”

Head to the Factory Summer Festival WEBSITE for more info and tickets.

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