If you had plans to see out 2018 in style, then you might just want to make your way over to Victoria for this year’s Beyond The Valley festival, with the festival dropping its first lineup today.

Just last week, we got official confirmation that this year’s edition of Beyond The Valley is set to feature none other than English rockers The Kooks, who will be returning to Australia in support of their upcoming album Let’s Go Sunshine. However, we now know just who will be joining them to help ring in the new year.

Plenty of different artists will be making the trip to Victoria’s Lardner Park this year, with Tash Sultana, Duke Dumont, PNAU topping the bill, alongside British muso Bonobo who will be delivering a stunning DJ set.

It doesn’t end there though, with the likes of Alex Lahey, Ball Park Music, Vera Blue, Client Liaison, Remi, Winston Surfshirt, City Calm Down, DZ Deathrays and much more on board.

There’s set to be more acts added to this year’s edition of Beyond The Valley, so be sure to keep an eye out for all the good news to come.

With the festival celebrating its fifth anniversary in 2018, you can tell that this edition is set to be a rather special one, so if you’ve never found yourself celebrating the new year with some of your favourite musos, now’s the time to start a new tradition.

Tickets to this year’s festival go on sale at 12 noon on Thursday, August 30th from the Beyond The Valley website.

Check out the full lineup here:

Beyond The Valley 2018 first lineup

The Kooks
Tash Sultana
Bonobo (DJ)
Duke Dumont

AJ Tracey
Alex Lahey
Alice Ivy
Ball Park Music
Big Words
Boo Seeka
City Calm Down
Client Liaison
DJ Tennis
Dom Dolla
DZ Deathrays
Fleetmac Wood
Foals (DJ)
Juliet Fox
KINK (live)
Late Nite Tuff Guy
Mall Grab
Nicole Millar
Peggy Gou
Richy Ahmed
Running Touch
Sonny Fodera

The Jungle Giants
Vera Blue
Willaris. K
Winston Surfshirt

Friday, December 28th, 2018 – Tuesday, January 1st, 2019
Lardner Park, Warragul, VIC
Tickets: Beyond The Valley

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