Listen up, here’s the ins and outs of Listen Out/In 2022

Listen up, here’s the ins and outs of Listen Out/In 2022

After a two-year hiatus, the festival is returning to a city near you!

Photo by Cole Bennetts

Dance music lovers and festival goers rejoice, as Listen Out announce that the festival will be going ahead in 2022 nationwide! As we all know, festivals have been hit hard the past couple years, making it all the more exciting to see the event back on their old stomping grounds in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, and yes Perth, as well as the Listen In (a hand-picked selection of Hip Hop & Electronic artists from the Listen Out tour) taking over Adelaide and Auckland, all kicking off later this year. 

Back in 2019 we were lucky enough to soak in the sights, sounds, and atmosphere at the Perth leg of the festival, sharing that "Listen Out’s tried-and-tested festival model only sets to grow into this dominative, hip-hop festival space,". For those who are yet to witness Listen Out IRL, or simply wish to reminisce, be sure to take a look at the article here

Now for 2022’s installment, get those calendars out/ let Siri know to set a reminder to tune into triple j for 08:00am AEST on Tuesday 26th April where the full lineup will be dropping live on air! 

And while you’re at it, be sure to clear your schedule and start mentally and physically preparing to dance dance dance on the following dates, which conveniently all fall on a long weekend or public holiday: 


MELBOURNE | Fri, 23rd September  

PERTH | Sun, 25th September

SYDNEY | Sat, 1st October

BRISBANE | Sun, 2nd October  



AUCKLAND | Fri, 30th September 

 ADELAIDE | Mon,  3rd October

We'll keep you posted with a few more updates + some other excititng things leading up to the shows. Be sure to be following the Listen Out pages below, or subscibe on the website to snap up those tickets as soon as they go live. 


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