Australia’s largest free music festival has unveiled its new roster.
Creepin’ all over Australia.
The first-ever NYE In The Park lineup has arrived.
Every paddock has a silver lining.
A pretty awesome “all Australian wineup”.
“Once you’re competing with those massive international headliners I feel like you do need to bring that something extra. “
One of the few reasons to go full-OTB.
If this doesn’t get you excited, you should probably check your pulse.
Beats, eats and sleeps.
The only guy for the job.
Featuring more artists than ever before!
It’s been a long and winding journey, but he was finally at Splendour last night.
25 new shows & one very danceable Yeezy remix.
Nollsie was nowhere to be seen, unfortunately…
Tour kicks off May 7th
An artist who it is becoming increasingly difficult to ignore.
Featuring Hayden James, Wave Racer & Paces!
Southbound is getting tropical, dropping the lineup for its Coconut Club which is now in its tenth year of bringing beach vibes to the West Australian festival. Aussie producers Elk Road, Kilter, Young Franco, Luke Million and Paces will all take to the club, getting punters dancing on the sandy dance floors surrounded by beach
One Day crew, the legends behind One Day Sundays have just announced the huge line up for their festival One Day Only, the hip hop block party set to take over Sydney’s Manning Bar on Saturday November 21st. California’s own Anderson .Paak will be headlining the main-stage. Making his first visit to Australia, .Paak is
Gold Coast producer Mikey Perry, aka Paces, has already had a big 2015, and it’s about to get even bigger with the announcement of a national tour in celebration of his new track, Hold It Down ft. Reija Lee. Having toured nationally earlier this year, and having also secured a spot on triple j‘s Hottest