By Mairead Bilton Gough.
Now that spring has sprung so too have the announcements of this summer’s festival line-ups. Get ready for the next festival season to begin; we’ll be dancing in the sun to tunes in no time!
Here’s what you’ve got to look forward to…
September 27th – Centennial Park, Sydney
September 28th – Ozone Reserve, Perth
October 4th – Royal Botanic Gardens, Melbourne
October 5th – The Avenues & Expo Place, Brisbane Showgrounds
Âme, Hiatus Kaiyote, Opiuo, Maribou State, Antix, SQL & Child, Pedestrian, Oscar Key Sung, Oisima, Interactive Noise, Grouch, ANTIX & FIORD, Giraffage, Nightmares On Wax, Stimming, Pachanga Boys, Gabriel Ananda, Matthais Meyer, Hnny, Trus Me, Neelix, Max Graef, Stimming, Superpitcher, Brawther, with many more to be announced!
Queenscliff Music Festival
November 28th – 30th
Princess Park, Queenscliff (VIC)
November 27th – December 1st
Beyond The Valley
December 30th – January 1st
Phillip Island Circuit, Phillip Island (VIC)
Victoria’s brand new music festival for new years eve has finally announced it’s full line up!
NYE On The Hill
December 30th – Janruary 1st
The Farm, Loch Village (VIC)
Jackie Onassis, Jakubi, Ngaiire, The Delta Riggs, Oscar Key Sung, Money For Rope, City Calm Down, World’s End Press, The Bennies, L-Fresh The Lion, The Babe Rainbow, APES, Echo Drama, I Know Leopard, Eliza Hull, WZRDKID, The Darjeelings, Howqua, Halcyon Drive, These New South Wales, plus more to be announced!
Falls Music & Arts Festival
December 29th – December 31st – Marion Bay (TAS)
December 30th – January 2nd – Byron Bay (NSW)
December 28th – December 31st – Lorne (VIC)
Plus their Boogie Nights Lineup (28th December Lorne, 29th December Marion Bay, 31st December Byron):
DJ Woody presents ‘Hip Hop is 40’ AV show, DJ Fletch, Twerkshop, Alison Wonderland, Badbadnotgood, Client Liaison, Salt N Pepa.
Don’t forget to flick through the pages of our last few issues to find our reviews of Future Music Festival, Melbourne’s Laneway Festival, Lorne’s Falls Festival and last year’s Strawberry Fields Festival!
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