A$AP Rocky, Skrillex and more front a massive Listen Out 2018 lineup

Written by Bianca Davino on 22nd May, 2018
A$AP Rocky, Skrillex and more front a massive Listen Out 2018 lineup

Hip hop heads and electronic fanatics are once again in for a massive treat with Listen Out 2018. It was announced this morning that modern hip hop icon A$AP Rocky, emo kid turned dubstep superstar Skrillex, nu-age boy band Brockhampton and more would be heading to Australia for this year’s instalment of the festival.

Holding it down for the Aussies will be Confidence Man, Haiku Hands, Enshway and more, with further additions to the lineup to be announced in the coming weeks.

Last year saw the likes of Bryson Tiller, Mac Miller and What So Not take to the stage, with headliner Future pulling out of his appearances in Sydney and Brisbane just days before the festival.

Listen Out 2018 will touch down in Melbourne, Perth, Sydney and Brisbane this September, with tickets going on sale this Thursday, 24th May.

Catch the full lineup and all the dates and ticket details, below.


Last year Victorian police took to a Facebook live stream to warns punters against bringing illegal substances into the festival.

Port Phillip Police commander Inspector Jason Kelly began the Facebook Live video stream by warning attendees who are planning to bring illegal substances to the festival that “Victoria Police has resourced extensively to ensure the safety of the public [and] the local community”

Headliner A$AP Rocky finally announced the release of his upcoming album Testing yesterday, revealing its artwork during a 2-hour live streamed performance art piece. Check it out below:


Listen Out 2018


Tickets on sale 12pm local time Thursday, 24th May

A$AP ROCKY

BROCKHAMPTON

CAMELPHAT

CONFIDENCE MAN

ENSCHWAY

FISHER

GLADES

HAIKU HANDS

KIRA PURU

KLLO

LIL SKIES

NONAME

PETIT BISCUIT

POLOSHIRT

SKEPTA

SKRILLEX

SNAKEHIPS

FLEXMAMI

GODLANDS

IMBI THE GIRL

MADE IN PARIS

+ More TBA


Saturday, 22nd September

Catani Gardens, Melbourne

Tickets: Official Website

Sunday, 23rd September

Western Parklands, Perth

Tickets: Official Website

Saturday, 29th September

Centennial Parklands, Sydney

Tickets: Official Website

Sunday, 30th September

Victoria Park, Brisbane

Tickets: Official Website

The article was originally published on Tone Deaf

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