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Lost Paradise Has Dropped Its 2019 New Year's Eve Festival Lineup

Electronica, glamping and yoga returns to Glenworth Valley.
By Sarah Ward
August 13, 2019
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Lost Paradise Has Dropped Its 2019 New Year's Eve Festival Lineup

Electronica, glamping and yoga returns to Glenworth Valley.
By Sarah Ward
August 13, 2019
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Since first unleashing its specific flavour of festival fun back in 2014, Lost Paradise has become an end-of-year staple — and the Glenworth Valley event returns from December 28, 2019 to January 1, 2020 for another packed year.

The fest's sixth annual lineup will see more than 60 acts take to the stage across a huge five days, with artistic experiences, talks, workshops and yoga classes also part of the camping festival. Of course, it's the music that'll tempt festival-goers to make the journey an hour out of Sydney. With Aria Award-winning three piece Rüfüs Du Sol, Aussie hip hop legends Hilltop Hoods, genre-blending producer Honey Dijon, indie quartet The Jungle Giants and beloved pop duo The Veronicas, there's plenty to get excited about.

Attendees will dance their way between four stages, all returning from 2018. Arcadia is where the main action is, Lost Disco will focus on bass, techno and dance music (and eye-catching visuals by 3D mapping artists), and Paradise Club will party on right into the night with DJs and surprise guests. Then there's My Mum's Disco, which not only features a digital jukebox pumping out 15,000 nostalgic beats and party favourites, but sing-alongs and more to accompany the tunes.

In-between catching live sets and making shapes, Lost Paradise offers patrons a heap of other activities, including yoga, talks and workshops at the fest's Shambhala Fields. Or, head to Lost Village to refuel or shop the fashion and art markets. The food and drink hub boasts communal tables for dining and an array of cuisines for feasting upon.

The full lineup of eats will drop soon as will the camping options, which will range from rent-a-tents to luxury glamping.

LOST PARADISE LINEUP 2019

Rüfüs Du Sol
Hilltop Hoods
Golden Features
Matt Corby
The Jungle Giants
Methyl Ethel
Cub Sport
The Veronicas
Lime Cordiale
Mallrat
Hobo Johnson & The Lovemakers
Mansionair
Confidence Man
Furnace & The Fundamentals
Dear Seattle
The Chats
Kwame
The Vanns
Crocodylus
Fritz
Pacific Avenue
Cry Club
Seaside
Eagle Eye Jones
Chymes
The Moving Stills
Nelipot
Georgia June
The Buoys
Stumps
Teen Jesus & The Jean Teasers
The Zilzies
Chase Zera
OKA
Green Velvet
Dom Dolla
Honey Dijon
Denis Sulta
Michael Bibi
Heidi
Set Mo
Patrice Baumel
Late Night Tuff Guy
16BL
Motez
Luke Million
Human Movement
Cassian
Skepsis
Haai
Made in Paris
Sama
Kettama
S.A.M
Conspiracy Crew
Black Loops
Loods
Flex Mami
Shantan Wantan Ichiban
Dena Amy
James Pepper
Luen
Lex Deluxe
Ebony Boadu
Uncle Ru
Dar
Purple Sneakers DJs
Cassettes for Kids
Mincy
Willo
Sideboob

Lost Paradise returns to Glenworth Valley from December 28 to January 1. Pre-sale tickets are available from Tuesday, August 20 with general tickets from Wednesday, August 21.

Image: Ruby Boland

Published on August 13, 2019 by Sarah Ward

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