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Australian Festival/concert Goers

for just under a decade now I've been attending numerous shows and yearly festivals as often as possible, but a constant nagging problem I've found is the lack of support for music that falls into any number of the subsets of Punk and Metal. As it currently stands we have 1, count it 1 national event were these styles of music are the main focus and prior to 2007 we didn't have any. By comparison we have the 4 or so annual Dance festivals (several of which have the same "artists"/button pushers on their line up) and the 4 or so annual "alt-rock" festivals, the big questions; would you attend a second version of Soundwave (or something like it), that takes place during spring? Do you feel that heavy/independent music is deserving of a second festival? And do you take annoyance to the domination of live events by bands like Silverchair and button pushers like the Bloody Beetroots?
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