Whoever said nothing ever happens in Adelaide was dead wrong! Thanks to the legends at 5/4 Entertainment and Fat Controller, Adelaide have just scored a brand spanking new music festival with an absolute scorcher of a lineup, OH YES! The festival will be making its debut on September 29th at Wayville Showgrounds, and with a lineup this good, tickets are going to sell out fast.
The lineup dropped early Thursday morning and it's pretty much a done deal for us at Team RADL. Headlining the festival is Duke Dumont, the English producer behind hits such as Ocean Drive and I Got U. Joining him for the party will be electro-indie three-piece, SAFIA, Chameleon hitmakers PNAU and emerging electronic producer, Just A Gent.
Also coming along for the ride will be ultimate party band, Northeast Party House, emerging dream-pop duo, Vallis Alps and local legends, Heaps Good Friends, as well as some local acts yet to be announced. There's no need to stress about clashes because OH YES is a single-stage festival, making it possible for you to catch every single one of these prime acts.
General Admission tickets go on sale Monday, August 14 at 9am and can be purchased here. First release tickets have already sold out so you better get your hands on some tickets fast because OH YES is definitely not one to be missed!!
OH YES FESTIVAL
Wayville Showgrounds, Friday, September 29th (16+ Event)
Heaps Good Friends
Just A Gent
Northeast Party House
Header Image via OH YES Festival
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