International one-day event Palm Tree Music Festival is coming to Australia in 2023

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International one-day event Palm Tree Music Festival is coming to Australia in 2023

The inaugural event will be headed up by Tiësto and Kygo in March.

After phenomenal success in Hamptons, New York, Cabo, Mexico and Croatia, the world-renowned Palm Tree Music Festival will head to Australia in 2023 for events in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne.

Hitting the three cities in March, the tropical-inspired experience will be headlined by global superstar DJs and producers Tiësto and Kygo, alongside Lost Frequencies, Sam Feldt and Frank Walker on the bill.

Palm Tree Music Festival Australia 2023

Friday 10th March – Showgrounds Dome, SYDNEY

Saturday 11th March – Riverstage, BRISBANE

Sunday 12th March – Melbourne Showgrounds, MELBOURNE

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Developed by Norwegian DJ and producer Kygo himself with the Palm Tree Crew, Palm Tree Music Festival is the first of its class to grace our shores. A one-of-a-kind festival experience, the festival captures the excitement of a single-day-event, with the unmatched feeling of summer in paradise with majestic beach vibes and unmissable sets by a lineup of global icons. More acts are due to be announced for the Australian edition in the coming months.

“I can’t wait to be joining Tiësto and other great artists to perform at ‘Palm Tree Music Festival’ in Australia. Bringing the festival to new locations is always so exciting because we get to share this unique festival experience with new people,” Kygo said in a festival statement.

“Bringing ‘Palm Tree Music Festival’ to Australia has been a bucket list market for us at Palm Tree Crew,” Palm Tree Festival co-founder Myles Shear adds.

“We believe the fans in Australia are going to love what we are building and can’t wait for this to become something people look forward to every year.”

The tour will commence on Friday 10 March at The Dome, Sydney Showgrounds, before heading to Brisbane’s Riverstage on Saturday 11 March and finishing at Melbourne Showgrounds on Sunday 12 March.

Pre-Sale tickets go on sale Friday 14 October 11am AEDT with general public tickets on sale Thursday 20 October 10am AEDT. Find out more here