If there’s one thing us Aussies know how to do right, it’s festival season and this year is no different. Festival season is about to kick off and whether you’re counting down the days ’til you can be dancing with your besties to your fave acts or are still trying to decide which festivals make your final cut, we’re here to help. Get clued up on the festivals you need to go to for 2019/2020.

Spilt Milk

Hailing at Canberra’s Commonwealth Park, the Spilt Milk festival is back for you to cry tears of joy over – and this year the line up looks better than ever.

23rd November, Canberra

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The heavy electronic festival that brings music and art together is back for its 10 year celebrations. This one is not to be missed.

6th December, Barrington Tops NSW

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Beyond The Valley

The ultimate way to spend the New Year’s Eve period. With a line up this good, there’s a reason Beyond The Valley is one of Australia’s fave music festivals.

28th December, Lardner, Victoria

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Lost Paradise

If you have other plans to reign in the New Year – cancel ’em. With acts from RÜFÜS DU SOL to Matt Corby, Lost in Paradise is where it’s at.

28th December, Glenworth Valley

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Falls Music and Arts Festival

Spread out over four locations around Aus, Falls has it all from your fave bands, undiscovered artists and everything in between.

28th December, Brisbane

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The biggest and most exciting dance, electronic, and hip-hop acts from all around the world come together on one line up at Brisbane’s Exhibition Grounds.

28th December, Brisbane

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After undergoing a rebrand last year, Origin Fields festival is back bringing Perth a blockbuster line with the likes of Tyler, The Creator to Skepta.

31st December, Wellington Square, Perth

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Field Day

It’s safe to say Field Day is a rite of passage for Sydney-siders and beyond wanting to start their new year off the right way and this year’s line up does not disappoint.

1st January, Sydney

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Laneway Festival

Held at its new more central location at The Domain, Laneway’s lineup includes the likes of The 1975 and Charli XCX to rapper Earl Sweatshirt.

27th January, The Domain, Sydney

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