This three-day camping festival has announced the first set of acts that will welcome in 2016 over New Year’s Eve.
The Glenworth Valley will host a line-up featuring homegrown headliners Angus and Julia Stone, currently on tour in the US. The boutique music festival has also secured English producer Jamie XX, who released his debut studio album In Colour earlier this year. Other big names include Jon Hopkins, The Jungle Giants, Four Tet, Tkay Maidza, Seekae and George Maple.
There are music festivals and then there’s the cultural experience that is Lost Paradise. Attendees camp in one of NSW’s most picturesque regions and enjoy three days of live music from some of the most original and talented musicians of the moment. There are also whimsical long-table feasts – expect spit roasts and farm-fresh produce. Combine that with art installations, spas and a yoga tent for a truly unique New Year’s experience. Tickets are on sale now.
Lost Paradise will take place on Decemeber 29–31, 2015. Tickets and further information are available at lostparadise.com.au.
The full first line-up announcement is:
Angus and Julia Stone, Jon Hopkins, The Jungle Giants, Tkay Maidza, Seekae, George Maple, Saskwatch, Northeast Party House, Crazy P, Touch Sensitive, City Calm Down, The Babe Rainbow, Lime Cordiale, Little Bastard, Steve Smyth, The Lulu Raes, I Know Leopard, Hockey Dad, Bootleg Rascal, Sons Of The East, High-tails, Big White, Ocean Alley, The Sea Gypsies, Polish Club, Burn Antares, Deep South & Down, Tropical Zombie.
Motor City Drum Ensemble, Âme, Ben UFO, Finnebassen, Prosumer, Anna Lunoe, Young Franco, Grizzly, Will Saul, Bjorn Wilke, Goodwill, Pantheon, Color Castle, Phil Smart, Kate Elsworth, Mikail and Emel Rowe, Francis Xavier, Mo’funk, Motorik Vibe Council, Robbie Lowe, Cassette, Gabby, CO-OP, Sam Roberts, Foreigndub DJs, Mantra Collective, Kali, Valerie Yum, Tristan Case, Mark Craven, Phondupe, Danny La Ru.