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The Biggest Music Events to Happen in Australia


There are many interesting music festivals filled with dancing, partying, and grooving which are held in Australia annually. Even though many music festivals were postponed or cancelled in the past two years because of the pandemic, 2022 is going to be different. This is because some festival organizers have already announced the exact dates when the fun events will be held in 2022. The biggest ones include;

Splendor in the grass

This is one of the biggest festivals in the country and usually covers many music genres. This festival usually features local arts and delicious cuisine. The occasion will be held in North Byron Parklands from July 22nd to 24th, 2022. You can enjoy the music, drinks, and great vibes. To get even more entertainment, you can sign in to the best online Australian casinos and enjoy the games after the performances and celebrations.

King Street Carnival

The institution took a 2-year hiatus due to the pandemic but they are back bigger and better. The 3-day event will be held in King Street. The outdoor concerts will be held at Camperdown Memorial Park and will be headed by Yothu Yindi. Other performers will include Sarah Blasko, Stella Donnelly, and Middle Kids.

Ultra-Festival

This event will take place on March 5th, 2022 in Parramatta Park. In 2020, the stage was expected to accommodate over 50, 000 attendees in both the Melbourne and Sydney festivals.

Lost Paradise

The occasion will take place from December 28, 2021, to January 2, 2022. It will be held in Glenworth Valley in New South Wales. The Lost Paradise is a 3-day event where every genre will be covered onstage. Moreover, there will be yoga, great food, art and lots of music. Due to the pandemic, the 2019 and 2020 shows were cancelled so you can expect a great come-back come 2021.

Strawberry Fields

It will be held in November 2022 at the Australian Bush for three days. It is a celebration of creative expression, art, and sound. You will enjoy the sensory feats, the market stalls, world-class décor, live performances, artistic installations, and workshops among other things.

Return to Rio

The celebration will be held from 18th to 20th February 2022 at Wisemans Ferry in New South Wales. It is perfect for people looking to dance, camp, drink and experience incredible vibes. You will enjoy the music, dress outfits, and summer camp vibes.

There are so many music events in the country where Aussies can enjoy great music, food, and drinks. These events celebrate art, music and encourage artistic expressions. The vibes are great and everyone is there to enjoy themselves and experience good vibes. There are so many celebrations already lined up for the whole of 2022 so get ready to experience great music and festivities.

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