Previewing Australia’s Best Music Festivals

With our hangovers finally fading from this year’s Splendour in the Grass festival, it’s time to look ahead to see how we could damage ourselves and enjoy some cutting-edge sounds at some of Australia’s best upcoming music festivals.

New Year’s Eve is always a massive party, and the best way that you’re going to celebrate the dawning of 2017 will be to head to Falls Festival. This massive event takes place in multiple venues around Victoria, Tasmania and New South Wales from 28 December to 2 January.

And with acts including hip-hop legend Grandmaster Flash, nouveau-emo bands like Modern Baseball and Melbourne electronica heroes The Avalanches, it proves that there’s no better way to dance your way into the new year.

However, it’s worthwhile mentioning that Groovin’ The Moo has really come on in recent years with 2016’s festival being a particularly riotous affair thanks to incendiary performances from the likes of DZ Deathrays.

Although the 2017 line-up has yet to be announced, the touring festival will take in everywhere from New South Wales to Western Australia when it returns in April next year. And if you’re really feeling adventurous, then you could check out some tips on this online casino’s blog that show that New Zealand is really catching Australia up when it comes great music festivals.

The much-missed Stereosonic festival was promising to make a bigger and better comeback in 2017, but there’s no sign of its arrival just yet.

Not that there’s going to be any lack of partying options especially as Field Day is looking to take over Sydney on New Year’s Day with a heavy-hitting bill that features the likes of Chance the Rapper and Childish Gambino.

Whilst trance fans will be flocking to Lexton, Victoria for the Rainbow Serpent festival on 27 January where the intense dance music is accompanied by a suitably weird selection of what they consider to be ‘arts and lifestyle’ attractions.

But it’s undoubtedly St Jerome’s Laneway Festival that is the one to watch. This monster festival comes to Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide, Sydney and Fremantle from 26 January to 5 February and will feature the long awaited return of Australian psychedelic heroes Tame Impala, alongside hotly-tipped indie newcomers Car Seat Headrest and Canadian punkers White Lung.

So whether you’re looking for the best New Zealand festival line-ups at an online casino site, or just preparing your body for the New Year’s assault at Falls Festival, you can be sure of another loud and chaotic Australian summer!



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