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Livid was an Australian alternative rock music festival, which was held annually from 1989 to 2003. The festival date was standardised as late October/early November since 1991 until 2003. While it has never been officially cancelled, no festivals have been held since 2003 and neither the organisers or promoters have announced any intention to restart Livid in the future.

Headline artists for the festival's most recent dates included Linkin Park, The White Stripes and Yeah Yeah Yeahs in 2003, Powderfinger and Oasis in 2002, and Butthole Surfers, Billy Bragg and Ash in 2001.

The festival began in 1989 with a 1500-strong audience at the University of Queenslandmarker in Brisbanemarker. Its growing popularity saw it move to Davies Park and later the RNA Showgroundsmarker. Until the establishment of the Homebake festival in 1995, Livid was the only major Australian rock festival apart from the Big Day Out. In 2002, the festival attempted a national move and held events in Sydneymarker and Melbournemarker. Despite the reasonable success of this move, Livid was now in direct competition with Sydney's Homebake festival and the nation-wide Big Day Out, and citing a "scarcity of headline acts on this year’s international festival touring circuit", the event's promoters announced that the show would not he held in 2004. Livid has not been held since, despite initial promises that it would return in 2005.

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