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FestivalX Is Australia’s Newest Music Festival

by Noise11.com on August 24, 2018

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Australia’s newest music festival FestivalX is going debut in November.

The electronic music FestivalX comes from the makers of Stereosonic creators at Hardware and OneLove and has anchored itself to Live Nation.

We’ve been working on this for while now and the time is right! Fans and the industry want a reliable, value for money musical experience showcasing the faves and new artists. We’ve got awesome musical artists, stage designers and builders responsible for some of the most spectacular looking stage designs at EDC, ID&T etc… It’s the start of summer and a great time to celebrate end of exams, holidays coming and listen to some loud, awesome music. Massive feels!”, says Richie McNeill of Hardware

“FestivalX is going to showcase the best local and international talent while bringing fans a new festival experience. It’s going to be huge, and it’s going to be the pre-summer party fans have been waiting for. Australia get ready!” says Roger Field, Live Nation

“We have come together, to bring you one of the best festival experiences in the world…” adds, Frank Cotela, Onelove

FestivalX will feature hip hop, pop, EDM and electronica. The line-up will be announced soon.

FESTIVALX – 2018

FESTIVALX presents AUCKLAND
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 29

FESTIVALX, BRISBANE
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 30

FESTIVALX, SYDNEY
SATURDAY DECEMBER 1

FESTIVAL X, MELBOURNE
SUNDAY DECEMBER 2

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