Words by Paul Maland
Following the success of the massive inaugural 'A Day of Clarity' event last year, Clarity Records owner and operator Matthew ‘Footy’ Horvath has managed to exceed expectations again with yet another huge installment of the free east-end music festival coming up in May.
As the unofficial celebration of six years of Clarity Records (record store and label), 'A Day of Clarity 2016' has upped the ante to feature over forty artists/bands (up from twenty-four last year), across ten different stages in the Adelaide CBD.
The event will take place at The Crown and Anchor, The Exeter, Producers, Rhino Room, with another in-store show at Clarity Records on Pultney Street.
Despite gaining massive bookings from artists such as Australian punk legends Hard-Ons, the whole event remains entirely free across all stages and venues. 2016 also sees the return of Melbourne Hardcore staples Outright as well as a ton of other interstate and local goodies.
Check out last year's 'A Day Of Clarity' below: