The Australian Open’s 2019 music lineup just got bigger, with the addition of a string of new acts, including the likes of Jet, Birds Of Tokyo, You Am I and Ball Park Music.
While Craig David and Bastille led the competition’s first lineup announcement earlier this month, the AO Live Stage has now secured more performances, including from Something For Kate, Conrad Sewell and The Teskey Brothers.
The AO Live Stage will feature 15 days of live music during the Australian Open this January, situated under a purpose-built shade structure at the middle terrace of Birrarung Marr park.
“The latest AO Live Stage lineup announcement is full of incredible Australian artists, showcasing just how many more than ever great Australian artists there are,” says Mushroom Events CEO Michael Gudinski.
“After 15 days of music at the Australian Open it will be wonderful to see Melbourne band Jet back on stage where they belong, celebrating what will be a wonderful couple of weeks at Melbourne Park.”
Entrance to the AO Live Stage requires either a ground pass or an Australian Open stadium ticket.
More musical acts are still to be announced, but until then, peep the latest lineup additions in full, below.
Australian Open 2019 Music Lineup
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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
Tuesday, 15th January
Conrad Sewell & CXLOE
Wednesday, 16th January
The Teskey Brothers
Thursday, 17th January
Bastille & Nicole Millar
Friday, 18th January
You Am I & Jebediah
Tuesday, 22nd January
Ball Park Music & Bec Sandridge
Thursday, 24th January
Birds of Tokyo & Last Dinosaurs
Friday, 25th January
Craig David & Yo Mafia
Saturday, 26th January
Angus & Julia Stone & Alex Lahey
Sunday, 27th January
Jet & Something For Kate