Heads-up, this year’s edition of Yours & Owls is about to sell out!
Update: Yours and Owls Festival 2018 is now officially sold out.
It’s been just a week since Yours & Owls dropped their absolutely stunning lineup for the 2018 edition of the festival, and what a week it has been! Now that you’ve had time to digest the huge array of artists heading to Wollongong this September, it might be time to grab your ticket ASAP, because this year’s festival is about to sell out!
Announced last week, this year’s Yours & Owls lineup features the likes of Angus & Julia Stone, Peking Duk, and Alison Wonderland, who just last month achieved the feat of being the highest billed female DJ in Coachella history.
Also coming along for the ride are some of Australia’s most talented artists, including The Jungle Giants, Methyl Ethel, Ocean Alley, and Windang surf-rockers Hockey Dad, who are joined by D.D Dumbo, Middle Kids, and Cub Sport, just to name a few.
Likewise, a fair representation of international talent will also be making the trip over, including Liars, BOYTOY, Listener, and Canadian indie royalty Destroyer, who is set to deliver a stunning set at this year’s festivities.
Needless to say, this festival is shaping up to be one of the best on this year’s musical calendar, and there are set to be some some good times had, long-lasting friendships formed, and there’s a good chance you’ll even get to hear fair selection of some of the finest tunes going around.
Yours & Owls is kicking off on September 29th & 30th at Wollongong’s Stuart Park, NSW, with tickets on sale on from the festival’s website. Check out the full lineup below, but be quick, because with a bill this good, tickets aren’t going to be around for too much longer!
Check out Yours & Owls headliners Angus & Julia Stone’s ‘Chateau’:
Yours & Owls 2018 Lineup
Angus & Julia Stone
The Jungle Giants
Alex The Astronaut
Psychedelic Porn Crumpets
Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever
Tiny Little Houses
Tropical Fuck Storm
Saturday, September 29th Sunday, September 30th
Stuart Park, Wollongong, NSW
Tickets: Yours & Owls
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