King Krule, The Avalanches, Thundercat and more announced for Golden Plains 2018

King Krule, The Avalanches, Thundercat and more announced for Golden Plains 2018

Some of the most highly regarded names in music return to Victoria's Meredith Supernatural Amphitheatre next March.

After hosting Nicolas Jaar, Kurt Vile, Camp Cope, Neil Finn and a whole heap more in 2017, the constantly on-point Golden Plains Music Festival has just locked in a mammoth line-up for 2018. Legendary Australian dance group The Avalanches – recently announced alongside Dizzee Rascal for this year's Perth Festival – are on headlining duties with acclaimed US jazz musician Kamasi Washington. Grizzly Bear, King Krule and Thundercat will also return to Australia for the first time in a while, with The Preatures, Floating Points live, Perfume Genius and Jen Cloher also included in the first round of billing. The 2018 Golden Plains festival, as always, will be held at Victoria's Meredith Supernatural Amphitheatre across the March long weekend next year (March 10 – March 12, for all you playing at home). Enter the ticket ballot HERE.

Golden Plains 2018 Line-Up:

The Avalanches

Kamasi Washington

Waterfall Person

The Preatures

Grizzly Bear

King Krule

The Black Angels

Floating Points (Solo Live)

Jen Cloher

Wet Lips

Lee Fields & The Expressions

Objekt

Tropical Fuck Storm

Adrian Sherwood

Perfume Genius

Batpiss

Kaiit

Rocket Science

Baker Boy

Thundercat

Toni Yotzi

+ more.

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