SXSW Sydney Announced Public Wristband Music Tickets

todayAugust 21, 2023 1

share close

SXSW Sydney has added a slew of artists to its inaugural lineup in October, with acts like WA’s Dulcie, emerging artist and producer Big Skeez, Aodhan, rapper Agung Mango, and raucous country act Andy Golledge all joining the bill.

They join dozens of artists that are locked in for the event, which runs from Sunday, 15th to Sunday, 22nd October at various venues across the Sydney CBD and surrounds. Artists like Chanel Loren, US group Almost Monday, Death by Denim, Barkaa, Babitha, Mia Wray, Superego, Gut Health, and UK’s SORRY were unveiled in the last announcement. See the new lineup additions below, and check out the wider program on the SXSW Sydney website.

Dulcie: ‘Off By Heart’

Additionally, SXSW Sydney has announced that Music Festival wristbands will go on sale this Friday, 25th August. The Wristbands allow entry to all gigs across the four-day Music Festival – around 300 performances are scheduled to take place at various venues including the Lansdowne and The Lord Gladstone.

Like the original SXSW in Austin, there’ll be a number of dedicated ‘country houses’ showcasing talent from overseas, like the British Music Embassy and Korea Spotlight. There’ll also be showcases hosted by various agencies and record labels.

A SXSW Sydney Music Festival Wristband will cost $280 at the early bird price; other wristbands are also available for the Games and Screen industries.

A Wristband doesn’t allow access to the SXSW Sydney Conference, workshops, mentor sessions, and other events taking place throughout the week – you’ll need a badge for that.

SXSW Sydney Music Festival Lineup Additions

  • Adam Newling (Aus)
  • Adrian Dzvuke (Aus)
  • Agung Mango (Aus)
  • Andy Golledge Band (Aus)
  • Anesu (Aus)
  • Aodhan (Aus)
  • Ardhito Pramono (Idn)
  • Ashwarya (Aus)
  • Asia7
  • Automatic (Us)
  • Batavia Collective (Idn)
  • Big Skeez (Aus)
  • Cloe Terare (Aus)
  • Cody Jon (Aus)
  • Daffodils (Nz)
  • Dobby (Aus)
  • Dulcie (Aus)
  • Evie Irie (Aus)
  • Feby Putri (Idn)
  • Foley (Nz)
  • Hindia (Idn)
  • Inkabee Jacqui (Kor)
  • Jem Cassar-Daley (Aus)
  • Marv (Kor)
  • Meaningful Stone (Kor)
  • Owen (Kor)
  • Pop Shuvit (My)
  • Squid The Kid (Aus)
  • The Terrys (Aus)
  • Theodor Black (Uk)
  • These New South Whales (Aus)
  • Tiffi (Aus)
  • Will Swinton (Nz)
  • Yuji (My)

Dates & Venues

  • Sunday, 15th to Sunday, 22nd October – Various venues, Sydney

Wristbands and Badges are on sale via SXSW Sydney. Wristbands go on sale Friday, 25th August.

Further Reading

SXSW Sydney Adds Queer Eye’s Tan France, Coachella CEO + More Local & International Artists to 2023 Lineup

SXSW Sydney Announces First Round of Local Acts for 2023

SXSW Expands Internationally For First Time Ever With 2023 Sydney Edition

Source link

Written by: Soft FM Radio Staff

Rate it

Previous post


Jessica Mauboy’s New Song ‘Give You Love’ Aims To Unite Us All

While Mauboy now gives back, helping other young artists get their start on The Voice Australia, she won’t deny that the yellow-brick road to stardom hasn’t come easily to her. “I think the biggest blow, or having felt emotionally disconnected, was probably when I left home,” she tells marie claire Australia. “I think that was, in a way, traumatizing for my mind to grab onto. Being home and being in that NT environment and the way that we talk and […]

todayAugust 21, 2023 1

Similar posts


Leading UK daily features Hamas’s rape of Israelis on front page

The leading UK newspaper The Times featured a comprehensive report on the front page of its Sunday issue, shedding light on the horrifying stories of victims who were raped by Hamas terrorists during the October 7 massacre.Yoni Saadon, a 39-year-old father of four, who attended the Supernova music festival […]

todayDecember 3, 2023


Black Music Sunday: Kabiosile (all hail) Chango!

On Dec. 4, the sound of drumming and singing will fill the air across the Caribbean and Latin America, and in neighborhoods here in the States where there are practitioners of African diasporic religious traditions, often called “Santeria,” but more properly “La Regla de Ocha” or Lukumi. Because forbidden African religious and spiritual practices were […]

todayDecember 3, 2023

Electro Music Newsletter

Don't miss a beat

Sign up for the latest electronic news and special deals


    By signing up, you understand and agree that your data will be collected and used subject to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Use.