Luckily for those who can’t make it to Byron Bay, there’s still a chance to see some of the impressive acts hitting our shores.
While the lineup for 2019 is still under wraps (to be announced at the end of the month), festival director Carly Flecknoe says they’ve kept the same mentality of discovering new music in an intimate setting.
With Temperley telling the stories of the songs behind All Your Devotion, fans can expect an incredibly intimate experience, especially considering his first solo release is also his most personally intrusive album to date.
The Native Tongue National Tour is partnered with Plus1 to donate $1 per ticket sold to the Aboriginal Legal Services, a cause close to home for the artist.
With the release of their debut EP Heaven Knows last year, the rapidly rising alt-country act are now set to play 2018 Out On The Weekend Festival, have dropped their latest single ‘Dry My Tears’ and are preparing for a run of tour dates across the country.