If there’s one thing we should be used to now, it’s Queensland’s Big Pineapple Music Festival delivering an awesome lineup of stunning artists. Of course, proving that 2018 is no different, festival organisers have just let slip the wide array of killer bands they’ve scored for this year’s festivities.

Following a huge fest in 2017 which saw the likes of Birds Of Tokyo and Peking Duk descend upon the Sunshine Coast town of Woombye, the Big Pineapple Music Festival clearly had some big shoes to fill this year. But of course, they’ve knocked it out of the park.

Leading this year’s lineup is the ever-popular Violent Soho, who join Illy, Dune Rats, and The Preatures in a stunning celebration of Aussie rock. Allday, Hayden James, Cub Sport, and Cog also join the bill, proving that punters are definitely going to be spoilt for choice this year.

But of course, it doesn’t stop there, with reformed hip-hop legends Butterfingers coming along for the ride, joining Crooked Colours, E^ST, Tired Lion, Kim Churchill, Northeast Party House, and triple j Unearthed High winner Arno Faraji for what is set to be a huge year for music festival fans.

With this year featuring the addition of an extra stage (bringing the total to five), punters also have the option of turning this one day festival into a camping weekend, with tickets available to let you camp on the Friday and Saturday nights.

It’s all set to kick off on Saturday, May 26th in Woombye, Queensland, with tickets going on sale at 9am on Thursday, February 15th.

Check out Violent Soho’s ‘Viceroy’:

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Big Pineapple Music Festival 2018 Lineup

Violent Soho
Dune Rats
The Preatures
Hayden James
Cub Sport

Plus in alphabetical order..

Crooked Colours
Kim Churchill
Luke Million
Northeast Party House
Tired Lion

Arno Faraji
Carmouflage Rose
Greta Stanley
Hobo Magic
Imbi The Girl
Kira Puru
Maddy Jane
Moody Beach
Pow! Negro
Psychedelic Porn Crumpets
The Moving Stills
The Vanns

Saturday, May 26th
Woombye, Sunshine Coast, QLD
Tickets: Moshtix

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