There’s a lot to look out for and enjoy!
“A plethora of dabbers, indie kids and fans of cricket memes called the campsite home – the festival felt like a cross-section of the Australian national music psyche. “
Health comes first!
Get ’em while they’re hot!
This is it!
It just keeps getting bigger.
“Line up, line up!”
This lineup just won’t stop growing.
Featuring more artists than ever before!
It’s the most WA artists that have ever played the festival.
And it’s a big one!
The first lineup announcement will drop in the coming months.
Ticket-holders can even donate their refunds to support bushfire relief efforts.
Musos seize the day after Southbound was cancelled due to the bushfire threat.
With a little help from some more Southbound friends.
“We cannot compromise patron safety and proceed knowing people’s lives are at risk getting to the event.”
Two more acts have also been added to the lineup.
The festival has expanded with more DJs, a new stage and food & beverage options.
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
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,