A BRAND-NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL COMING TO BRISBANE THIS DECEMBER
FULL LINE UP ANNOUNCEMENT
Including: Tyler, The Creator, RÜFÜS DU SOL, Skepta, Ella Mai, Lion Babe, Mallrat,
RL Grime + moreThe teams who bring you Beyond The Valley in Victoria, and Origin Fields in Western Australia have joined forces to introduce you to a cutting edge one-day festival experience coming to Brisbane Showgrounds this December 28th.
Today they give you the full line up of some of the biggest and mostexciting and esteemed acts from around the world, all brought to our sun-soaked northern doorstep for one day of immersive music and arts escapism like no other.
Joining previously announced headliners global dance superstars, and pre-eminent live electronic band RÜFÜS DU SOLis the one and only Tyler, The Creator – who just received his first Billboard #1 with latest critically acclaimed album IGOR and will finally be returning to Australian shores for the first time since 2013 – will be Mercury Prize winner, fashion icon, and acclaimed grime MC and producer Skepta, the commanding and mesmerising Grammy-winning RnB singerElla Mai, New York funk and soul duo Lion Babe, rising US hip hop artist and “the king of drip” Gunna, and EDM mastermind RL Grime.
As well as the genre-defying genius amalgamation of spoken word poetry, punk, folk and rap Hobo Johnson and his band The Lovemakers, breakout EDM rising star JAUZ, House and Techno pioneer Green Velvet, Aussie producerWhat So Not, not to mention Willaris K, Mallrat, Green Velvet, Claptone, Lastlings and many more!
Sign up for pre-sale RIGHT NOW for an advance discount ticket on sale August 6th at 6pm AEST, or get your tickets next week when general sale kicks off at 12pm AEST on Wednesday, August 7th.
Saturday, December 28th, 2019
Sign up HERE for pre-sale tickets.
Pre-sale tickets will be $129, and go on sale Tuesday, August 6th.
General public tickets will be $139, and go on sale Wednesday, August 7th.
RÜFÜS DU SOL
TYLER, THE CREATOR
WHAT SO NOT
16 BIT LOLITAS
HOBO JOHNSON & THE LOVEMAKERS
MADE IN PARIS
In just a few years, Beyond The Valley has established itself as one of the cutting edge Australian music festivals in the calendar. The New Year’s Eve event has hosted the likes of The Kooks, Chance The Rapper, Jamie XX, Stormzy, Mura Masa and more. Beyond The Valley has constantly pushed the boundaries of creativity with its line-ups, and has come to offer one of the most unique festival experiences available in the country.
Meanwhile in the West, Origin Fields have hosted some of the world’s biggest names across three stages for its very own NYE event that has been the envy of the rest of Australia since 2006. Since rebranding from Origin NYE, the massive two-day event has become somewhat of an anomaly in the calendar, evolving from a niche event to Perth’s premier festival hosting the likes of Cardi B, A$AP Rocky, Khalid, ScHoolboy Q, Kehlani, M.I.A and Hayden James.Now combining forces to bring you Wildlands, both teams are excited to give Brisbane a brand-new unique festival of their own:
“Brisbane is such a beautiful city, filled with music lovers of all genres. Beyond The Valley & Origin host so much amazing talent touring the country over New Years, that often don’t visit Brisbane. Each festival has grown so much over the past years, carving their own unique festival experience & collectively we thought it’s time Brisbane gets their own taste of our flair too. We’re really excited to create something just for Brisbane that will be totally different to anything currently on offer, bringing the best of the East and West Coast together for one very special day.” – Michael Christidis, Beyond The Valley
“The thing I love about Brisbane is that it’s so musically and culturally diverse. Being able to curate a broader musical programme with our partners at BTV has been one of the most enjoyable booking experiences I’ve personally have ever had. With the strengths of the two festivals, I feel, that we will be able to create an event that is unique to Brisbane as beyond the valley is unique to Melbourne and Origin is to perth.” – Saran Bajaj, Origin Fields