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Millenials in raptures as Falls Festival line-up announced

The nation’s Millenials are bursting with excitement today after the Falls Festival announced a line-up packed with big names for its 2018/19 event.

American rapper Anderson Paak, Welsh indy band Catfish and the Bottlemen, and Scottish synth-poppers CHVRCHES are among the big overseas attractions as Falls flies into it’s 26th year.

They’ll be joined by some of the biggest names in Australian music including Vance Joy, the Hilltop Hoods and Ocean Alley.

In a statement crackling with excitement (and alliteration) the festival organisers said:

‘Warmer weather is just around the corner and with the return of the sun comes the arrival of renewed optimism and feverish expectations for 2019.’

‘Falls Festival aims to capture this reborn positivity and blast it skyward from stage to crowd, creating an unforgettable celebration of the very best music, arts and good times.’

 


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