As if Falls Festival wasn’t already making us hotter than a Shearer's armpit, it’s been announced that more wonderful acts will be joining the already stellar 2018/2019 lineup! So who will be playing where? Don’t you worry your little heads because we have all the details for you!
Joining all shows on the road will be Chicago-based rapper Juice WRLD who brought us the huge tune ‘Lucid Dreams’, and has recently dropped his album WRLD On Drugs. WRLD will be joined by legend Dizzee Rascal who is best known for his hits ‘Dance Wiv Me’, ‘Bonkers’ and ‘Holiday’ and former MS MR front-woman and pop genius LPX. Electro wonder-boats Cut Copy will be along on the ride for East Coast shows only.
Lorne will be blessed with Slowly Slowly, Little May and Amyl & The Sniffers. Marion Bay also will get a taste of Amyl, along with the beautiful Hayden James and Ziggy Alberts. Welcoming Little May as well will be Byron Bay, then local busking breakout Garett Kato and of course it wouldn’t be a cheeky Bay day without a wicked DJ set from our favourites Hermitude. Falls Fremantle have the absolute pleasure of swaying to the amazing Dean Lewis and local gem Carla Geneve.
With Lorne already sold-out, make sure to grab yourself a ticket to Marion Bay, Byron Bay or Fremantle and lock in your plans to welcome 2019 in musical style.
Images via Falls Festival Facebook page and Secret Service Public Relations
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