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Meet the artists who won’t be sleeping over New Year’s Eve

Posted on March 27, 2017
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New Years has become one of the busiest times for festivals in Australia. From multiple day events like Falls Festival to jam-packed single day festivals like Field Day or NYE In The Park, there are a bunch of options for punters to bring in the new year with their favourite artists.

With so many festivals happening at once, it’s no surprise that it’s a pretty busy time for artists as well. Here’s a few of the artists set to have a non-stop New Year’s performing around Australia.

Hayden James

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This Aussie artist has had a massive year, and he’s showing no signs of slowing down as it comes to an end. Across three days Hayden James will be performing four shows across four different states including two shows on New Years Eve in Brisbane and Sydney. He’ll close out his year with a massive headlining spot at NYE In The Park.

PNAU

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PNAU will be bringing their infectious dance hits to fans across Australia over the New Year period. With sets at Lost Paradise, Beyond The Valley and Origin Fields locked in, the group won’t have too much time to rest before 2019.

The Presets

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These Aussie dance veterans are set to pull huge crowds at Sydney’s NYE In The Park and The First New Year’s Day in Melbourne in just 24 hours over New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.

Related: NYE In The Park announce stellar 2018 lineup, headlined by The Presets

The Kooks

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These British rockers will be bringing their nostalgic ’00s classics and a bunch of new material to Aussie fans over the 2018/19 New Year’s Eve season. They’re playing Lost Paradise, Origin Fields and Beyond The Valley all before they kick off a massive headlining tour of the country on January 3rd.

M.I.A.

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This British-Sri Lankan artist hasn’t visited Australia in a few years but she’s making up for it with a jam packed festival tour locked in for the end of the year. Catch her at Origin Fields, Lost Paradise, and Beyond The Valley for what may be her final tour of our country.

The Jungle Giants

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These festival favourites are booked in for two huge gigs at Beyond The Valley and NYE In The Park, ensuring fans can get one last look at their infectious energy on stage before the year is out.

If you haven’t already sorted plans for New Year’s Eve, Sydney’s NYE In The Park have a massive event planned with s The Presets, Confidence Man, Hayden James, and more set to ring in the New Year there. Tickets are available here.