Ditch your plans, Melbourne electric rock outfit King Gizzard have their own NYE festival.
In partnership with the beloved BOOGIE festival, King Gizzard’s Timeland this New Year’s Eve at Our Friends Farm in Tallarook will see the band returning to Camp Boogie for the first time since 2012.
Celebrating all thing’s King Giz, the two-day, two-night festival will be personally curated by the band themselves.
The key takeaways
- King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard are hosting a two-night New Year’s Eve festival
- It’s taking place at BOOGIE fest favourite Our Friends Farm in Tallarook
- Harvey Sutherland (Live), Grace Cummings and her Band, Gordon Koang
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“It literally feels like a lifetime since we could even consider the possibility of a music and camping festival,” King Gizzard said.
“It feels like 100,000 years has passed, but here we are. The universe has conspired, and we can’t wait to welcome hoards of Gizzhead’s at Our Friend’s Farm in Tallarook over New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day. Stay up all night and get hot, sweaty, muddy, wet, weird and wild. We’re gonna play for 6 hours, Juicy’s got new visuals, Boogieman Sam has a new desk to engulf your ears and we’ve gathered together a line-up of artists we can’t stop listening to right now. Is this real life?!”
King Gizzard will be rocking four separate sets totalling six hours – with no repeats – over the two nights.
They will be supported by their own hand-picked and eclectic line-up including Harvey Sutherland (Live), Grace Cummings and her Band, Gordon Koang, Stonefield, Ajak Kwai, Mod Con, Nice Biscuit, Big Yawn and E Bobby G.
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The festival is more than just two days of diverse and electrifying tunes with the boutique camping festival also known for its “arts, booze and food”, so its surely going to be one of the hottest tickets around as we celebrate the New Year and leave a lockdown filled 2021 in our rear view.
Tickets for the 18+ only festival are on sale today here.