Believe it or not, it's that time of the year again. It's time to start planning your New Years and exploring the many wonderful Australian festivals we have to offer - and there's a lot of them.
Beyond The Valley has returned for their third year, and they are bringing a huge party to the 2016/2017 celebrations. Featuring an array of musicians from different genres, the festival will host Chance The Rapper, DZ Deathrays, SAFIA, What So Not, Sticky Fingers, and more. Hosted in Lardner Park Victoria, the festival boasts first-time international performances, as well as some of Australia's best. Subjected to controversy for their efforts last year, the festival promises punters more space, more shade, more hubs and more 'cool stuff' this year. Check out the line up below.
Alex Lahey / Bag Raiders / Bakermat / Chance The Rapper / Dena Amy / DUNE RATS / DZ Deathrays / Eats Everything / Emma Louise / Giraffage / GoldLink / Harts / Hermitude / Highasakite / Hot Chip / Hudson Mohawke / Japanese Wallpaper / Jarryd James music / Jme / Kllo / Kölsch / Ladyhawke / Lastlings / LUNICE / Montaigne / Motez / MSTRKRFT / Oliver Huntemann / Paces / Pachanga Boys / Hippie Dance / Phantogram / Running Touch / Ryan Hemsworth / SAFIA / Skream / SLUMBERJACK / Sonny Fodera / Sticky Fingers / Thundamentals / TOKiMONSTA / Total Giovanni / Vera Blue / Wafia / What So Not / ZHU
Tickets go on sale August 11th.
Images via Beyond The Valley
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