Rolling Sets takes over The Entrance

The Entrance will be live with music this coming weekend as the Rolling Sets festival returns to memorial Park on December 9 and 10, after the huge success of last year’s inaugural event.

On Saturday, December 9, the event will feature Ocean Alley, Spacey Jane, The Jungle Giants, Sycco and The Dreggs among others.

The perfect union of music, surfing and skating culture, coupled with the relaxed cruisy lifestyle synonymous with the coast, Rolling Sets is set to deliver the perfect summer festival experience.

Psychedelic surf-rock legends Ocean Alley will be appearing fresh off the back of their highly anticipated fourth album release Low Altitude Living.

Spacey Jane will make the East Coast pilgrimage again after selling out their recent headline Central Coast show in minutes, cementing their spot in the hearts of Coast music lovers.

Also on the bill will be The Terrys, DICE, Hope D, Big Twisty and the Funknasty, The Moving Stills, Dulcie, Butterknife, Deadshows, Rage, Stupid Baby, Soda Simulator, Shanarah, Voider and more.

On Sunday, December 10, the Rolling Sets festival will present Let The Good Times Roll with a huge line-up of bands headlined by Grinspoon.

It will be a huge day of street food and markets stalls featuring an assortment of homegrown and international artists across two stages.

After the long-awaited release of their killer new album Back To the Water Below, UK duo Royal Blood has made the pilgrimage for the festival.

Also appearing on the Field Stage will be Skegss, WA’s underground psych-pop nomads Psychedelic Porn Crumpets, Bad//Dreems, The Buoys and Tiali.

Setting the tone on the Ocean Stage will be New Zealand’s award-winning SIX60, alt ska-jazz icons The Cat Empire, funk-soul wunderkind The Bamboos, surf reggae outfit Coterie, local folk legends Little Quirks and Gang Of Brothers.

Tickets can be booked at (Rolling Sets and two-day pass) or

Central Coast Council has advised there will be some impacts due to event set-up and pack down, in and around The Entrance town centre, until December 15.

These impacts include: road closures; playground access at Memorial Park; Memorial Park and Memorial Car Park access; Visitor Information Centre access and access to public amenities.

For more on all impacted facilities, search ‘Rolling Sets’ at