BIGSOUND REVEALS FINAL LIST OF LIVE SHOWCASING ARTISTS
INCLUDING: MOJO JUJU, JAPANESE WALLPAPER, THESE NEW SOUTH WHALES, ADRIAN EAGLE, IMBI THE GIRL, CRY CLUB, REDHOOK,
CREED THA KID + MORE!
AND ANNOUNCES OFFICIAL SHOWCASE VENUES
Australia’s biggest new music event BIGSOUND has today unveiled its second and final list of tomorrow’s superstars with Mojo Juju, These New South Whales, Adrian Eagle, imbi the girl, Cry Club, + more leading a second and final live announcement of 68 performing artists rounding out a total of 147 of Australia’s best new talent making their way to Brisbane for what will become a massive four nights of live music across 18 stages in Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley Live Music Precinct this September 3-6.
Produced by QMusic, BIGSOUND brings together over 200 of the top talent scouts from across the world, music fans from across Australia and the hottest artists from across the region in a unique musical speed-dating extravaganza. It’s four big nights of a choose-your-own-adventure live music discovery, where no two schedules are the same!
BIGSOUND will again help launch international careers, like previous alumni Flume, Courtney Barnett, RUFUS, Tash Sultana, The Jezabels, Middle Kids, Gang of Youths, DMAs, The Temper Trap, DZ Deathrays and so many more with the $100,000 Levi’s Music Prize back to help make success a reality for this year’s cohort. Providing $25,000 each to four showcasing artists, plus $5,000 to each winning artist from Stage & Screen to get them on their way in 2020, the program has already helped 2018 acts Emerson Snowe, Hatchie, The Teskey Brothers, and Amyl and The Sniffers get overseas to fly the flag for Australian music.
BIGSOUND also unveils the final list of 18 official venues that will host this impressive cross section of emerging musical talent, forming a map of Fortitude Valley’s best live music venues to zig zag to and from in the search for your new favourite acts. From the intimate rooms at Black Bear Lodge and Heya Bar, to the main stages at The Zoo, The Brightside, and Crowbar, or the world class outdoor stages at The Valley Drive In, The Elephant Hotel, and Ric’s Big Backyard, as well as welcoming newly opened venue The Outpost, no two venues are the same and no two showcases will compare. The Valley really is your oyster!
OTHER IMPORTANT UPDATES:
Tickets for BIGSOUND are on sale now! Purple passes give access to all BIGSOUND events, keynotes, forums, panels, parties and live music across four big days and nights. This week is also your final opportunity to grab your BIGSOUND Purple Pass at a discounted rate, with pricing rising to full rate from August 1. If you are just looking for live music, for just $85, a BIGSOUND Rainbow Pass gives you access to all performances: 150 artists, across 18 venues, with just one wristband. For more information and ticketing options, click here.
ONE NIGHT PASS – $45.00 (+BF)
(One night of live music of your choosing)
RAINBOW PASS – $85.00 (+BF)
(Four nights of live music)
PURPLE PASS – STARTING AT $370.00 (+BF)
(Access to festival and conference + More)
TICKETS ARE ON SALE NOW AT www.bigsound.org.au
BIGSOUND Media Pass applications are also NOW OPEN – If you would like to apply for a media pass click here. Media passes are limited, and applications close August 1st – further information on how to apply available via the link.
BIGSOUND’s app has also been refreshed with a unique streaming service integration, allowing attendees to get a personalised discovery playlist from the BIGSOUND lineup based on their own favourite artists, listening history, and genre preferences.
Spotify and Apple Music have also created official BIGSOUND playlists for you to sit back, click play, and discover your new favourite artist on the line up.
BIGSOUND FESTIVAL SECOND ARTIST ANNOUNCEMENT:
Boy Azooga (UK)
Creed tha Kid
Freedom of Fear
Harlequin Gold (CAN)
imbi the girl
Jack Davies and The Bush Chooks
Jon Bryant (CAN)
Renee Lamoureux (CAN)
Savage The Girl
Snotty Nose Rez Kids (CAN)
Sunbeam Sound Machine
The Gloom In The Corner
The Lazy Eyes
These New South Whales
Twin Flames (CAN)
JOINING (PREVIOUSLY ANNOUNCED):
Approachable Members Of Your Local Community
Being Jane Lane
Black Rock Band
Royal And The Southern Echo
Teen Jesus and the Jean Teasers
THE DEAD LOVE
The Money War
Tones And I
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