The promoters for the popular music festival, ‘Parklife’, have just announced that the festival will be cancelled this year to make way for an even ‘bigger and better’ music event called ‘Listen Out’.
Head promoter, Fuzzy, confirms that Listen Out will be the answer that will solve all the problems that music festivals hold.“Listen Out is the antidote to many of the things you don’t like about big music festivals. It is a carefully handcrafted party, with a killer lineup of the dance music that matters and a philosophy of best, not biggest. Say goodbye to endless timetable clashes, long hikes to the 12th stage and spending your day with several thousand people you can’t relate to. Listen Out is the right party, and we mean party not festival, for the right people.”
According to the promoters, Listen Out will occur over two weeks this September and October. The music event has already managed to hype up it’s own reputation through it’s tagline “Party. Redefined”. Along with the tagline, the lineup is also said to be pretty huge with Bristish duo, ‘Disclosure’, to be on the list. The full line-up will be revealed to the public later this week.
So if you’re tired of the music festival atmosphere and want to try something different, make sure you book some ‘Listen Out’ tickets, which go on sale midday, Thursday 27 June.
Parklife, the touring festival for both music heads and dancing feet, has announced a comeback later this year. What they haven’t announced are the acts for the lineup…until now.
The popular electronic duo, Disclosure, are the first act to slip out that they’ll be bringing their all for the festival, which has many festival junkies shaking in excitement. The brothers revealed to the Herald Sun that they’re planning to return to Australia for the Parklife festival in September. The eldest, Guy Lawrence was more careful revealing the news to Triple J earlier this week but did confirm their return to Australia to play their own shows and a few festivals along the way.
The brothers have already received a lot of international attention with their debut album, “Settle”, which has already earned a 9.1 from Pitchfork and has been claimed to be the next best dance album, which has the ability to unite “the dance nerds and the poptimists, the club denizens and the festival obsessives, the perpetually stylish and the utterly clueless”.
Although the tour dates and lineup for this year’s Parklife festival haven’t been announced yet, it’s likely that the full details will be revealed soon considering last year’s lineup was released in late June.
Who else do you think will make the cut in the full lineup? Let us know below!
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