Could this be a hint towards the Splendour and Falls lineups?
Falls Festival 2015/2016
Mac attack in Melbourne.
It almost didn’t happen, but organisers pulled off a miracle.
“The most individual expression of creativity barricaded behind police checkpoints and fences where you’re truly free to be yourself and escape the crushing stigma of herd mentality… Falls!”
Falls needs more ice, ice, baby.
The Lorne leg of Falls Festival has been moved, as a ferocious bushfire continues to tear through the region. Organisers held crisis talks with local emergency services today to discuss their options, ultimately deciding the threat was too severe to proceed on the original site. The festival will now be held at the Mount Duneed
Organisers will meet with local authorities today to determine if the event will go ahead.
Except it’s not really an act per se.
“If there was any possible way for me to still do the show, I’d dearly love to — but they’re telling me now that there’s not.”
Can’t get to Falls? Falls is coming to you.
Up-and-coming acts join the lineup for the brand new Homebrewed stage.
The Tasmanian leg of Falls is getting seven new acts and a brand new stage!
Time to get planning!
You know how they say the eldest child is usually the favourite? Well the Lorne leg of the 2015/2016 Falls Festival is getting a bit of extra special treatment, with 28 new acts announced for the bill. The original Falls site, now celebrating its 23rd year in action, completely sold out within hours of tickets
If you’ve ever been to Falls Festival in Byron Bay you would know things can get pretty hot (and we’re not just talking about the lineup), so organisers are giving punters exactly what they need – an on-site waterpark. Aptly named Palm Springs, the water park will feature a double lane 9m tall, 20m long
With New Year’s Eve drawing ever closer, Falls Festival and Southbound Festival have announced some very special additions to their year ending parties, with a whole swathe of artists just announced. Leading the ranks of new additions are The Wombats, the indie rock darlings joining the Southbound and Falls Marion Bay and Byron Bay line-ups,
The Lorne leg of the 2015/2016 Falls Festival has today completely sold out, with all two-day, three-day, and full festival passes flying out the window quick-smart. Punters yet to grab a ticket to the New Year’s Eve festival can turn their sights to the splendid beach-side Byron Bay festival leg or can catch all the
The already stacked Falls Festival 2015/2016 lineup has just grown, with more international and local artists joining the summer festival family. Joining team Falls this year will be 19 year-old Irish prodigy Soak, soulful Brisbane singer and songwriter Jarryd James and Swedish reggae-pop maverick Elliphant. They’ll join previously named acts like Bloc Party, Foals, Disclosure,
As we swing into the second half of this, the 2015th year of our lord and saviour Beyonce, our minds inevitably turn to the impending summer and its bountiful offerings of music festival delights, with the past couple of weeks particularly seeing a veritable shit tonne of New Year’s Eve festivals announcing their delicious lineups.
It’s here — Falls Festival has made its first lineup for its 2015/2016 shenanigans, and has dropped big names like Bloc Party, Foals, Disclosure, Courtney Barnett and Gary Clark Jr. Other esteemed international acts on Falls’ first lineup announcement include Halsey, Django Django, Kurt Vile And The Violators, Mac DeMarco, Young Fathers , Toro y Moi,