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Ella Hooper: Photo Ros O'Gorman

Bigsound Reveals First Artist Line-up for 2018

by Noise11.com on June 21, 2018

in News,Noise Pro

The Bigsound music conference and festival has announced the first 75 acts to play the the event for 2018.

The Minister for Tourism Industry Development Kate Jones said BIGSOUND was a significant Australian music industry event which showcased Brisbane as a growing arts and cultural events hub;

“Each year, this event brings together musicians and other music industry professionals, brands and media from around the globe, attracting thousands of music lovers from across the nation,” Ms Jones said.

“Events like this are crucial in driving Queensland’s tourism economy, promoting Queensland’s destinations and supporting jobs.

The Palaszczuk Government is proud to support BIGSOUND via Arts Queensland and Tourism and Events Queensland’s It’s Live! in Queensland calendar, worth $780 million to the state’s economy.”

Bigsound is over 4 nights in Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley this September 4-7.

Bigsound first artist line-up 2018

A. Swayze & The Ghosts
Adrian Eagle
Alice Skye
ARSE
Arteries
Asha Jefferies
Bin Juice
Blank Realm
Bugs
Butterfingers
Cable Ties
Cast Down
CLYPSO
Cry Club
CXLOE
DEAN FOREVER
Dreller (UK)
Eat Your Heart Out
Eilish Gilligan
Eliott
Elizabeth
Ella Hooper
Emma Anglesey
Estere (NZ)
Gabriella Cohen
Genesis Owusu
Georgia Mulligan
Good Doogs
GRAACE
Gravemind
Greta Stanley
Hachiku
Hazlett
Hobsons Bay Coast Guard
Imogen Clark
James Wright Trio
JEFFE
KAIIT
Kaitlin Keegan
KIAN
Kota Banks
Kult Kyss
Kwame
MANE
Miss June
Moaning Lisa
MOOKHI
Oh Pep!
Olympia
Paces
Pink Matter
Pool Shop
Rachel Maria Cox
RAT!hammock
Riley Pearce
Ruby Gilbert
Samsaruh
Sleep Talk
Slowly Slowly
Stevie Jean
Sumner
Sunscreen
sweater curse
SŸDE
T$oko
Tape/Off
The Chats
The Merindas
TOTTY
Triple One
Two People
Tyne-James Organ
Voiid
Wax Chattels (NZ)
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