Listen Out: Australia’s Favourite Dance Music Festival Just Announced A Loud Line-Up, Welcoming The Return Of International Talent

Festivals, Play, Sydney / 3 May 2022

Listen Out will feature the first-ever Australian shows for Young Thug, Polo G, Central Cee, 24kGoldn, Louis The Child and more this October.

With artists having spent the past two years sitting in their bedrooms, lounge rooms, and hometowns, there’s a backlog of creative juices all set to spill into our eardrums over the touring festival.

After a two-year hiatus, Listen Out has been building a significant amount of hype surrounding its return to the festival circuit this year. The hugely anticipated festival will mark the first occasion that industry and fans are able to reconnect in such a major way since the pandemic.

Stopping in Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, and Sydney,  the dance music festival is promising a dynamic hip-hop/electronic line-up. The concentrated version of the tour, known as Listen In, will also be bringing more fantastic live music to Adelaide and Auckland. Listen Out Sydney will encompass Brazilian Fields in the heart of Centennial Park on October 1st, just in time for peak spring sunshine vibes.

After a fortnight of waiting, the line-up for both Listen Out and Adelaide’s Listen In spin-off has finally been announced.

LISTEN OUT 2022 LINE-UP 
  • 24KGOLDN
  • AJ TRACEY 
  • ANTI UP [by CHRIS LAKE & CHRIS LORENZO]
  • BARKAA
  • BBNO$
  • BLANKE
  • BRU-C
  • CENTRAL CEE
  • CULTURE SHOCK
  • DAMEEEELA
  • DISCLOSURE
  • DOECHII
  • ELECTRIC FIELDS
  • JAMES HYPE
  • THE JUNGLE GIANTS
  • KITO
  • LOUIS THE CHILD
  • LP GIOBB
  • MEDUZA
  • MEMPHIS LK
  • MIIESHA
  • NIA ARCHIVES
  • PIRRA
  • POLO G
  • PRETTY GIRL
  • QRION
  • STACE CADET & KLP
  • TOVE LO
  • YOUNG THUG
  • TRIPLE J UNEARTHED WINNERS
  • + MORE TO BE ANNOUNCED

The tour features several Australian firsts, including shows from Young Thug, Polo G, Central Cee, 24kGoldn, Louis The Child, Doechii, LP Giobbi and Nia Archives, as well as old favourite Disclosure, Tove Lo and more.

Kicking off in Melbourne on the 23rd of September, the tour hits Sydney on the 1st of October. Tickets are on sale now at the Listen Out website.

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