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Australia’s biggest festival is back! FestivalX marks the return of large-scale festivals to the Australian shores post the COVID-19 pandemic interval. The first summer festival to grace the Australian calendar, it expands to 5 different Australian cities this time. The festival that made a grand debut in 2019 spans across 5 dates in November and December this time around.

In addition to returning to Melbourne and Sydney, Gold Coast’s Alabaster Sports Fields replaces Brisbane. Two new locations add to the festival tour. These are Perth’s sprawling Burswood Park, on the bank of the Swan River and the beautiful Bonython Park, situated between Port Road and the River Torrens in Adelaide.

Multiple hand-crafted stages will witness the best in Hip Hop and Electronic Dance music. A star studded line-up coupled with the sought after local talents would be gracing the festival. Grammy, Billboard, and Brit Award winner Calvin Harris marks his second appearance at the extravaganza. Multiple Grammy award winner and female Hip Hop superstar, Megan Thee Stallion is also headed Down Under. This would be her first-ever performances in Australia. Chicago-based Trap-N-B star Don Toliver would also be heading for the first time to Australia. This is following multiple successful releases through Travis Scott’s iconic Cactus Jack records.

Tech House mainstay Green Velvet and techno queen Nina Kraviz are a part of the roster. Electro-rave trailblazers Boys Noize and Swiss progressive superstar Nora En Pure mark their respective debuts. UK sensations Solardo return for the party, along with the new wave sound of fellow sensation Prospa.

John Summit and Franky Rizardo are scheduled to perform. French bass/house Tchami, the incredible bass sounds of Sub Focus and UK hit machine, Wilkinson are also due.  Local icon Marlo, legends Cosmic Gate and Key4050 (John O’Callaghan B2B Bryan Kearney) converts the scene into a trance lover’s paradise. Nifra, Haliene and psy-trance fusion Blastoyz add to the bill.

The first chance to access tickets is in the LatitudePay Presale, starting midday AEST Monday 30 May where you can pay off your tickets in 10 weekly or 6 monthly instalments.

Head to https://www.latitudepay.com/how-it-works/ to find out more.

The Festival X pre-sale begins at midday AEST on Wednesday 1 June.

Register now at www.Festivalx.com.au  for access.

Tickets go on general sale from midday AEST on Thursday 2 June.