Final acts announced for BIGSOUND festival 15th anniversary lineup

Final acts announced for BIGSOUND festival 15th anniversary lineup

Tkay Maidza, DZ Deathrays, Harts and more.

BIGSOUND, the Southern Hemisphere's biggest global music marketplace, has just announced the final names for their massive lineup taking to Brisbane this September. The festival, celebrating its 15 year anniversary, will deliver a whopping 150 (predominantly Australian) artists across 15 venues and three nights, from September 7-9. Joining the likes of Sampa the Great, LANKS and Tiny Little Houses from earlier announcements, today's final lineup reveal added a heap of amazing artists to BIGSOUND, including A.B. Original, Japanese Wallpaper, The Belligerents, Tkay Maidza, DZ Deathrays and more. With an extraordinarily diverse lineup showcasing some of Australia's finest talents, BIGSOUND's fifteenth anniversary is a celebration of music that you simply can't skip. Get tickets to BIGSOUND Festival HERE.

Check out the full BIGSOUND festival lineup below and head over to the WEBSITE for more info.

BIGSOUND Festival Lineup - New Artists

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A.B. Original 

Alice Night 

Anatole 

Babaganouj 

BUOY 

Ceres 

Clea 

CLEOPOLD 

COMMAND Q 

CORIN 

Daniel Champagne 

Dorsal Fins 

DZ Deathrays 

Ecca Vandal 

Empat Lima 

Foreign/National 

Fortunes 

Gawurra 

Harmony James 

Harts 

Hollow World 

I Heart Hiroshima 

In Each Hand A Cutlass (SGP) 

iNCH (SGP) 

Japanese Wallpaper 

Kira Puru 

KUČKA 

Kyle Lionhart 

Leanne Tennant 

LUCIANBLOMKAMP

Mallrat 

Manor 

Mel Parsons (NZ) 

Mid Ayr 

Mike Noga 

Missy Lancaster 

Moreton 

Polish Club 

PON CHO 

Rainbow Chan 

REBEL YELL 

Ryan Downey 

Sanzu 

Simona Castricum 

SUIIX 

Teeth & Tongue 

thando 

The Belligerents 

The Gooch Palms (USA) 

The Laurels 

The Ruminaters 

Tracy McNeil & The GoodLife 

Tia Gostelow 

Tkay Maidza 

Vera Blue 

Verge Collection 

Wet Lips 

William Crighton 

Wishes 

Woodes 

Yumi Zouma (NZ)

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BIGSOUND Festival Lineup - Already Announced

30/70 (AUS)

A.D.K.O.B (AUS)

Ainslie Wills (AUS)

Alex Lahey (AUS)

Alice Ivy (AUS)

Allan Smithy (AUS)

Andrew Tuttle (AUS)

Australia (AUS)

B Wise (AUS)

BANFF (AUS)

Bec Sandridge (AUS)

BEL (AUS)

Birdz (AUS)

Braille Face (AUS)

Broadway Sounds (AUS)

Chronolyth (AUS)

Circles (AUS)

Clairy Browne (AUS)

Coda Conduct (AUS)

Columbus (AUS)

Confidence Man (AUS)

DEN (AUS)

Fait (AUS)

Fascinator (AUS)

Fazerdaze (NZ)

FERLA (AUS)

FLOWERTRUCK (AUS)

FOREVR (AUS)

Fountaineer (AUS)

Fractures (AUS)

Gabriella Cohen (AUS)

Gideon Bensen (AUS)

GL (AUS)

Good Boy (AUS)

Gregor (AUS)

Groeni (NZ)

HABITS (AUS)

Heads Of Charm (AUS)

Hideous Sun Demon (AUS)

Hot Spoke (AUS)

Huntly (AUS)

Ivan Ooze (AUS)

Jack Grace (AUS)

Jakubi (AUS)

Jarrow (AUS)

King Social (AUS)

LANKS (AUS)

LASTLINGS (AUS)

Leah Senior (AUS)

Loose Tooth (AUS)

Luke Daniel Peacock (AUS)

Mere Women (AUS)

Middle Kids (AUS)

Mosquito Coast (AUS)

MOSSY (AUS)

NAATIONS (USA)

Naked (AUS)

Oh Pep! (AUS)

Olympia (AUS)

OWEN RABBIT (AUS)

Prateek Kuhad (INDIA)

PYNES (AUS)

Raised By Eagles (AUS)

Rat & Co (AUS)

Ribongia (AUS)

Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever (AUS)

Rolls Bayce (AUS)

Sampa The Great (AUS)

Sarah Connor (AUS)

Selahphonic (AUS)

Shining Bird (AUS)

SPARKSPITTER (AUS)

Sydonia (AUS)

Tapestry (AUS)

Tash Sultana (AUS)

Telling (AUS)

Terrible Truths (AUS)

The Outdoor Type (AUS)

These New South Whales (AUS)

Thigh Master (AUS)

Tigertown (AUS)

Tinpan Orange (AUS)

Tiny Little Houses (AUS)

Totally Mild (AUS)

Totally Unicorn (AUS)

Unity Floors (AUS)

WALLACE (AUS)

West Thebarton Brothel Party (AUS)

Young Tapz (NZ)

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