We’re still a couple of months out from the end of the year, but already we’re looking towards 2020, with the Farmer & The Owl Festival today sharing the first lineup announcement for next year’s event.
If you were lucky enough to head to the 2019 edition of Farmer & The Owl Festival earlier this year, then you’d be well aware of the mesmerising experience that it delivers.
Having offered up a lineup as eclectic as it is intriguing, the festival is the brainchild of those behind the label of the same name, with its roster of artists helping to curate the names punters catch on stage.
This year, the likes of Hockey Dad, Bad//Dreems, Totally Unicorn, The Pinheads, TEES, and Tropical Strength have come together to help build a lineup so immersive and intricate that you’ll be hard-pressed to find anything that even comes close.
Announcing their first lineup today, punters will be treated to the majesty of English indie electronic icons Hot Chip, with their most recent album – A Bath Full Of Ecstasy – being cited as one of their best to date.
Meanwhile, the stoner rock stylings of Uncle Acid And The Deadbeats, the working class musings of Sleaford Mods, and the psych-folk of Weyes Blood are joined by the likes of the Fat White Family, Drab Majesty, Miss June, Body Type, and Rebel Yell.
It doesn’t end there though, with these phenomenal artists only serving as the first lineup announcement, meaning that there’s still plenty of huge names still to come.
It all kicks off on Saturday February 29th, 2020 at MacCabe Park in Wollongong. Tickets to next year’s event go on sale from 9am, Friday, October 18th through Moshtix. Check out all the details below!
Check out ‘Hungry Child’ by Hot Chip:
Farmer & The Owl Festival 2020
Uncle Acid And The Deadbeats
Fat White Family
+ more to be announced…
Collectively curated by The Farmer & The Owl Label Family
Hockey Dad, Bad//Dreems, Totally Unicorn, The Pinheads, TEES, and Tropical Strength
Saturday February 29th, 2020
MacCabe Park, Wollongong, NSW
General public tickets on sale from 9am on Friday, October 18th through Moshtix