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Craig David & Bastille Lead 2019 Australian Open Music Lineup

The Australian Open is just around the corner, and now the country’s greatest tennis event has gotten its absolutely killer live music lineup.

Leading the lineup is UK R&B superstar Craig David and fellow Brits Bastille. Joining them are homegrown heroes Dean Lewis and Angus & Julia Stone, who’ll be playing the final day of the event.

Australian Open Tournament Director Craig Tiley released a statement on why 2019’s event will provide a whole new and improved experience for fans.

“The AO Live Stage has become a ‘must do’ experience at the Australian Open for so many tennis and music fans and it gets bigger each year,” he said.

“We are excited about changing the space to include a lot more shade, which will make it even more enjoyable and comfortable, and of course presenting another world class line-up of both local and international acts.”

This is only the start of the acts that will play the event, with more acts to be announced over the coming week.

Check out full dates and lineup – so far – below.

UPDATE 28/11/18: Jet, Birds Of Tokyo & More Join 2019 Australian Open Music Lineup

Australian Open 2019 Music Lineup

Tickets on sale now

From 15th January to 28th January, access to AO Live Stage requires a ground pass or Australian Open stadium ticket

Monday, 14th January

Dean Lewis & Gretta Ray

Tickets: Ticketek

Tuesday, 15th January

Conrad Sewell & CXLOE

Tickets: Ticketek

Wednesday, 16th January

The Teskey Brothers

Tickets: Ticketek

Thursday, 17th January

Bastille & Nicole Millar

Tickets: Ticketek

Friday, 18th January

You Am I & Jebediah

Tickets: Ticketek

Tuesday, 22nd January

Ball Park Music & Bec Sandridge

Tickets: Ticketek

Thursday, 24th January

Birds of Tokyo & Last Dinosaurs

Tickets: Ticketek

Friday, 25th January

Craig David & Yo Mafia

Tickets: Ticketek

Saturday, 26th January

Angus & Julia Stone & Alex Lahey

Tickets: Ticketek

Sunday, 27th January

Jet & Something For Kate

Tickets: Ticketek

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