Holy Holy is an Indie-based rock band,and a popular duo circuiting the triple J music scene.
Holy Holy was formed by songwriters, Timothy Carroll, on vocals and guitar and Oscar Dawson, on guitar, in 2013. Later, Ryan Strathie on drums joined the band, as well as touring musicians Graham Ritchie on bass and Matt Redlich on keyboard/backing vocals.
These last three will be the opening acts of the festival along with the following opening local acts, The Blue Child Collective and Valentine.
The Blue Child Collective are a "Fluid Groove collaboration" who are from West Australia on the coast. Blue Child Collective's soft songs reflect this Australian seaside. They are fronted by Dan White, who is a multi-instrumentalist and finger-style player.
Valentine Music Official has a hauntingly beautiful voice! Valentine had a flair for songwriting and performing from a young age. She spent hours with her old Casio keyboard, guitar and tape recorder, developing her special sounds and love for songwriting.
Valentine is a must see with her epic vocals and mighty electronic sounds.
Cost is $70 and you can book your tickets here, but be quick, as the first early bird release has already sold out.
Should you require transportation, there will be return coaches travelling from Busselton and Margaret River, as well as a Dunsborough shuttle. These coaches will leave the festival at 10.15 pm. For more information and bookings click on this link.
For accommodation in Margaret River and surrounds, go to this website.
If you are interested in camping during this Festival, then click on this link to find out more.
About Caves House
Caves House is known to just about all West Australians and many people who go to Margaret River also go to Yallingup and the renown Caves House.
It is situated at 18 Yallingup Beach Road and they serve breakfast, lunch, dinner, coffee and drinks. They also take bookings for accommodation, and walk-ins are welcome. With plenty of outdoor seating, this beachside hotel is an ideal spot for a music festival!