Aussie music-lovers are set to be spoiled later this year, with the absolutely stacked lineup for 2019’s Listen Out festival being announced today.

For a few years now, Listen Out has been bringing some of the finest musicians in electronic and hip-hop music to Australian stages.

Last year’s lineup felt like it would be a hard one to top though, boasting huge names like A$AP Rocky, Skrillex, BROCKHAMPTON, and so much more. Of course, Listen Out is the festival that keeps on giving, announcing a massive lineup for 2019 earlier today.

Featuring a stunning array of local and international acts, audiences will be treated to a homecoming set from none other than Flume, while heavyweights like Diplo, 6LACK, ScHoolboy Q, and Dom Dolla also join the bill.

It doesn’t end there though, with Cosmo’s Midnight, Leikeli47, Set Mo, Whethan, Young Franco, and even the performer of one of the finest Like A Versions in recent history, Denzel Curry.

Check out Denzel Curry covering ‘Bulls On Parade’:

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This year’s festival is set to visit Melbourne on the Grand Final public holiday, before heading to the its new digs in the Brisbane Showgrounds. Following a jaunt over to Perth the next week, the fest will wrap up in Sydney, before some of its big names stay behind for a one-day event in Adelaide.

Following the debut of Listen In for South Australia in 2018, organisers are bringing it back, with the likes of Flume, Diplo, ScHoolboy Q, Denzel Curry, Riton, and Biscits set to turn Adelaide’s Bonython Park into one of the sweatiest venues you’ll find anywhere.

Tickets to this year’s festivities are on sale now, so don’t miss out on one of the biggest lineups coming your way this year!

Check out ‘Friends’ by Flume:

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Listen Out 2019

Cosmo’s Midnight
Denzel Curry
Doja Cat
Dom Dolla
Flava D
Hannah Wants
ScHoolboy Q
Set Mo
Young Franco

Also starring…

Coda Conduct
Ebony Boadu
Miss Blanks
Triple One
triple j Unearthed winners and more.

Friday, September 27th
Catani Gardens, Melbourne, VIC

Saturday, September 28th
Brisbane Showgrounds, Brisbane, QLD

Sunday, September 29th
HBF Arena, Perth, WA

Saturday, October 5th
Centennial Park, Sydney, NSW

Listen In 2019

ScHoolboy Q
Denzel Curry

Sunday, October 6th
Bonython Park, Adelaide, SA

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