The already stacked Falls Festival lineup has added three more artists.
Showing off the international flair, Australian Jarryd James is joined by Northern Irish singer-songwriter SOAK, and Sweden's Elliphant.
The full line up includes international stars such as "Weird Al" Yanokvic, Foals, Mac DeMarco, and Toro Y Moi, as well as Australian artists like Courtney Barnett, Alpine, and King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard.
The festival is spread over several locations, with all of the dates being:
Lorne, Victoria (18+)
28 December, 2015 - 1 January, 2016
Marion Bay, Tasmania (all ages)
29 December, 2015 - 1 January, 2016
Byron Bay, New South Wales
31 December, 2015 - 3 January, 2016
8 - 10 January, 2016 - Sir Steward Bovell Park, Busselton WA
In the mean time, have a listen to Jarryd James single "Do You Remember" to tie you over until December when he'll be playing at the festival.
Header image from fallsfestival.com.au
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