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Rüfüs Du Sol, Hilltop Hoods, The Jungle Giants & Mallrat Light Up Lost Paradise 2019 Lineup

BIGGGG.

Stock up the boot, pack your glitter and get keen because your 2019 Lost Paradise lineup is finally here, friends. And boy she’s a doozey.

On the back of Beyond The Valley selling out in record time, you better act quick because Lost Para is truly a fan favourite that will fill up v quickly. Don’t @ us if you wait and don’t get tickets, you’ve been warned.

Local legends Rüfüs Du Sol are the crown jewel, with Aussie hip hop royalty Hilltop Hoods joining them and Golden Features on the bill too. The Aussie theme continues with Matt Corby, The Jungle Giants, Dom Dolla (seriously blowing up atm) and West-Aussies Methyl Ethel also locking themselves in.

We are getting some international firepower from Hobo Johnson & the Love, Honey Dijon, with dance icon Green Velvet also making the trip from Chicago to Glenworth Valley in the Central Coast. Boujee, I know.

 

Rounding up the party are Cub Sport, Lime Cordiale and Mallrat – with special performances from Furnace and The Fundamentals + your fave resurgent gals, The Veronicas.

Now in its sixth year, Lost Paradise has cemented itself as a cultural event as much as a music fest, bringing together some of the world’s hottest acts, emerging musical talent, yoga teachers and practitioners to feed the soul through revelry, connection and discovery. It’s a proper getaway experience, that’ll deliver your end of 2019 send off + much more.

The camping-only festival is respectfully set on ancient land known to local Indigenous elders as ‘Paradise Lost’ and offers a completely immersive escape from city life (KEEN on that). It’s really a full-body type of experience, that is so much more than just music.

What I really love about Lost Paradise thought is their commitment to creating a safe and sustainable environment. There is a complete ban on single-use plastic bottled water back-of-house for artists and event staff; the Earth Warriors crew will be mounting daily campsite clean-ups and DanceWize will offer peer support and health resources across the festival site. THIS is a festival we can really get behind.

You can sign up for official pre-sale access (and be in the chance to win a lifetime pass) on Lost Paradise’s official website. Pre-sale tickets go on sale from Tuesday 20th August, before general sale opens Wednesday 21st August. 

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