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Listen Out’s 2024 line-up has dropped: Here’s when you can buy tickets

Listen Out 2024 line-up has dropped: Here's when you can buy tickets

Festivals in Australia have not been having a good run this year – what with Groovin The Moo and Splendour in the Grass announcing cancellations only shortly after tickets went on sale. So we've all been looking intently toward Listen Out festival to save our sonic calendars in 2024. Listen Out has been going strong as of late – who could forget last year's epic lineup that included Skrillex, Four Tet, Metro Boomin and JPEGMAFIA? Needless to say, we have had high hope for this year's lineup.

And today, the wait is finally over. The Listen Out team dropped the details on the lineup, tickets and dates officially – so here's everything you need to know.


When do Listen Out 2024 tickets go on sale?

Tickets to all Listen Out festival dates go on sale later this week, on Thursday 6 June 2024 at the following times:

  • Sydney –12pm AEST
  • Melbourne – 12pm AEST
  • Brisbane – 1pm AEST
  • Perth – 12pm AWST
  • Adelaide – 12pm ACST

Tickets will be available via the Listen Out website. You can sign up for presale now.


Who is on the lineup?

The Listen Out 2024 lineup is pretty stacked for fans of Hip-Hop / R&B and Electronic music. You'll be able to check out:

  • 21 Savage
  • Skepta
  • Lil Tjay
  • Tyla
  • Flo Milli
  • Jessie Reyez
  • Teezo Touchdown
  • Lithe
  • John Summit
  • Sub Focus - Evolve
  • Folamour
  • The Blessed Madonna
  • Cassian
  • Disco Lines
  • Jazzy
  • Koven
  • Conducta
  • A Little Sound
  • Ben Gerrans
  • AK Sports

Of course, there are plenty more artists on the lineup, which you can see in full on the Listen Out Instagram page now.


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When and where is Listen Out 2024?

Listen Out 2024 is coming to Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, Brisbane, Adelaide and Sydney this year on the following dates and venues:

  • Melbourne – Caribbean Gardens on 27 September
  • Perth – HBF Arena on 28 September
  • Brisbane – Brisbane Showgrounds on 5 October
  • Sydney – Centennial Park on 6 October.


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