Your Paradise unveils a 2016 lineup you'll be beachy keen for

Your Paradise unveils a 2016 lineup you'll be beachy keen for

December can't come soon enough.

After sharing a FOMO-inducing wrap-up video from last year along with new dates for this year's edition, Your Paradise have today unleashed their massive 2016 lineup. One that looks like this:

Akouo (DJ set) / Anna Lunoe / Breakbot (DJ set) / Cut Snake / Doorly / Hannah Wants / Justin Martin / L D R U / Miguel Campbell / Paces / Shiba San / Slumberjack / Surfdisco / Switch / Terace / Thomas Jack / Troyboi / What So Not / YesYou

Now in its third year of existence, the festival returns to the lush island surrounds of Malolo Lailai, Fiji from Saturday 10 to Friday 16 December, hosting some of this country and the world's heaviest electronic music hitters, from festival faves like What So Not, Shiba San and Thomas Jack, to young guns like Akouo, Slumberjack and YesYou.

And of course, in addition to the quality music offerings, there will be a host of activities on offer, with punters having the opportunity to explore, snorkel, surf, jet ski, skydive and soak up plenty of tropical sun. Get the nitty gritty below, and get yourself in the mood with this slamming set from Shiba San at Stereosonic last year:

YOUR PARADISE 2016:

Saturday 10th - Friday 16th December, 2016]

Malolo Lailai, Fiji

TICKETING INFO:

Packages can be secured for just a $99 deposit via the WEBSITE.

PACKAGES:

AUD $1,999 per person for Individuals (with shared accommodation)

AUD $2,099 per person for Groups of 4 or 6 (with deluxe bure)

Couple packages are sold out

PACKAGES INCLUDE: 5 nights resort accommodation in Malolo Lailai Fiji, transfers and return flights* from Sydney, Brisbane or Melbourne

*Guests travelling via Brisbane and Melbourne arrive 10th Dec and return 15th Dec. Guests travelling via Sydney arrive 11th Dec and return 16th Dec.

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More info via the Your Paradise FACEBOOK / WEBSITE

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