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Lost Paradise returns to Glenworth Valley with Stacked lineup including Flume, Dom Dolla, Kelis, Foals, Carl Cox, Bicep + more

Mick Pacholli
Mick Pachollihttps://www.tagg.com.au
Mick created TAGG - The Alternative Gig Guide in 1979 with Helmut Katterl, the world's first real Street Magazine. He had been involved with his fathers publishing business, Toorak Times and associated publications since 1972.  Mick was also involved in Melbourne's music scene for a number of years opening venues, discovering and managing bands and providing information and support for the industry. Mick has also created a number of local festivals and is involved in not for profit and supporting local charities.        

TRANSFORMING GLENWORTH VALLEY INTO AN OASIS OF MUSIC AND ARTS, FINELY TUNED ANNOUNCE

LOST PARADISE 2023

+ REVEALS VIBRANTLY DIVERSE LINEUP FILLED WITH BELOVED FAVES AND RISING STARS

FEAT. FLUME, DOM DOLLA, KELIS (US), PNAU, FOALS (UK), LIME CORDIALE, THE JUNGLE GIANTS + MANY MORE!

PLUS SETS FROM BICEP (UK), BASEMENT JAXX (UK), JAYDA G (CAN), CARL COX (UK), CHANNEL TRES (US), OVERMONO (UK), KETTAMA (IRE) + LOADS MORE

PRESENTED BY FINELY TUNED & TRIPLE J

DECEMBER 28, 2023 – JANUARY 1, 2024
GLENWORTH VALLEY (DARKINJUNG COUNTRY)

PRE-SALE TICKETS ON SALE – TUESDAY, AUGUST 29 2023
GA TICKETS ON SALE – WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30 2023

SIGN UP FOR PRE-SALE TICKETS HERE
MORE INFO HERE

Lost Paradise announces an exhilarating 2023 lineup for its annual end of year celebration, promising the ultimate NYE experience. Diving back into Glenworth Valley (Darkinjung Country) from Thursday, December 28 to Monday, January 1, 2024, the festival will once again shake the valley with an unparalleled program of arts, music and culture. The thrilling lineup includes Australian favourites Flume, Dom Dolla, Lime Cordiale and PNAU, as well as international heavy hitters Foals, Bicep, Carl Cox, Kelis, Channel Tres, Jayda G, Basement Jaxx & many more!

Lost Paradise is a one of a kind festival that connects audiences across art, music culture, wellness and food & drink, with spirituality and sustainability at its core. With a sizable music offering set to attract festival goers from across the country, Lost Paradise will also be reigniting Shambhala Fields, a chance to discover a specially curated program of yoga, workshops, talks, and healing arts spearheaded by the finest teachers and experts. Together with a rooted ethos in keeping the planet green, Lost Paradise aims to create a unique festival experience that invites punters into an expanded spectrum of offerings, a perfect sanctuary to welcome 2024 in style.

Australian adored and internationally loved electronic powerhouse, Flume, will be lighting up Lost Paradise with a masterclass of genre-meshing tracks to bring into the new year. Starting from his origins as a bedroom producer – a journey that yielded his cult-favourite debut self-titled album, garnering double platinum status in Australia and securing eight ARIA award nomination (four of which he won) – Flume’s ascent has been nothing short of meteoric. He has cemented himself as one of the biggest Australian exports, with a catalogue of renowned tracks and collaborations including MAY-A’s “Say Nothing” (also grabbing #1 spot on this year’s triple j Hottest 100), Vera Blue’s “Rushing Back” and “The Difference” featuring Toro Y Moi to name a few.

With his signature house sound resonating worldwide, Dom Dolla shines on this year’s line up. Fresh off the back of a global tour including sets at Tomorrowland and Lollapalooza, Dom Dolla wowed crowds with his electric performance, including the viral smash “Eat Your Man” alongside Nelly Furtado. With hits like “Miracle Maker” and the ARIA award winning “San Frandisco”, Dom Dolla is primed to be an unmissable act at Lost Paradise.

Joining the star-studded lineup are Belfast-born dance legends, Bicep. Known for a notable musical repertoire including their addictive and ever-popular hit, “Glue”, named “Track of the Year” by DJ Mag and chart record, Isles, the duo are set take punters on a journey through their inimitable music collection with a NYE DJ performance that’s sure to satisfy ravers both old and new. Also stepping onto the stage this New Years will be none other than one of the biggest and most prolific names in house music, Carl CoxArmed with an impactful career spanning across 20 years, Carl has been present through all the seismic shifts of dance music, from the beginnings of rave culture to holding down some of the biggest residencies in the world. A stage veteran, get ready for Cox to turn up the party with a one of a kind ‘Hybrid Live’ offering, fusing together a live performance with his DJ expertise for an unforgettable experience.

UK rock outfit, Foals, will return to the country with their unique blend of danceable jitters and atmospheric rock. Backed by their critically acclaimed albums Antidotes and Holy Fire, the quartet will treat fans to their latest single, “Facts of Life”, and other standout tracks this December. Australian sweethearts, Lime Cordiale, will bring their curated suns-out surfer rock to the stage. Fans will experience the familiar and new, between newly released “Imposter Syndrome” and the adored 14 Steps To A Better You which featured fan favourites “Robbery”, “Money” & “Inappropriate Behaviour”.

Six-piece Sydney collective Winston Surfshirt, free minded psych pop/R&B group will be leaving their mark on the lineup this summer. Backed by dreamy singles like “Be About You” “Smile”, they are a live staple not to be missed. Royel Otis, who sold out their recent national tourwill feed fans with their high-octane hits “Going Kokomo”, “Oysters in My Pocket” and “Sofa King”.

Masters of transcendent pop, PNAU, bring their euphoric anthems to Darkinjung Country – including the universally acclaimed rework of Elton John & Dua Lipa’s “Cold Heart”. Fans will revel in the live set, with their catalogue spanning from the pop/dance defining record Changa to their most recent collaboration “Stars” with Bebe Rexha & Ozuma. Beloved duo Basement Jaxx, who are behind some of the biggest house tracks of all time “Where’s Your Head At”, “Romeo” and “Red Alert” are bringing their UK dance grooves to the line up.

Certified superstar, Kelis, hailed for her chart-topping gems “Milkshake”“Trick Me” and the pivotal “Millionaire” with Andre 3000, will ignite the mainstage at this summer’s Lost Paradise festival. “Topdown” hero, Channel Tres, will also usher his unique rhythmic, multi-genre blend of music to New Years Eve. Punters will enjoy energetic synth pop and late night dirty dance rhythms, with the Polo & Pan collaboration “Tunnel” and “I’ve Been In Love” with Jungle.

Sycco launched onto the scene in 2020 with “Dribble” which debut at #29 on triple j’s Hottest 100 and for good reason. The impressive First Nations artist marks a feeling of escapism and freedom in her music, with noteworthy releases including “Ripple”, a collaborative effort with headliner Flume and Chrome Sparks, alongside “Peacemaker” and “My Ways”. Joining the lineup are The Jungle Giants, the beloved Australian band known for their enticing dance pop numbers, from their ARIA #1 album Love Signs to “Used to Be in Love” “Feel the Way I Do”, their set is sure to be a party. Overmono packs a punch with their hypnotic dance breaks over sliced synths grooves, with songs like “Good Lies”“So U Kno” & “Is U”, arming their set for a special dive into house and UK garage. Gold Coast electronic pop brother-sister duo Lastlings will grace the audience with dramatic soundscapes and beautiful vocals over electronic club ready beats.

Not to mention the joy-inducing, Grammy-nominated Jayda G; ‘sledgehammer’ house and techno don, Kettama; New-school eurotrance duo DJ Heartstring; dynamic house DJ Barry Can’t Swim; progressive powerhouse producer, Cassian; revered Scottish party-starter, Ewan McVicar; vibrant return of UK DJ Heidi and many, many more will grace the valley for a New Year’s soundtrack like no other.

Lost Paradise builds nearly all decor, art and staging from 100% recyclable material, shying away from hiring standard infrastructure to create something bespoke and memorable. With an emphasis on minimising its environmental impact, Lost Paradise have developed a range of environmental and sustainability campaigns in an effort to further educate and reduce impact, including site-wide recycling, waste sorting and campground education programs, plus incentivising punters to ‘leave no trace’ throughout the event and the ‘Paradisian Pledge’ that attendees must acknowledge as they buy their tickets.

The festival also features a range of different areas that spotlight wellness, art, sustainability, ideas, food and the culture and connection of the First Nations people to the land – the most notable being Shambhala Fieldsthe dedicated cultural space. One of the largest areas within the festival grounds, Shambhala Fields is a core part of community-building and educational efforts. With an emphasis on curiosity and inspiration, each year sees an amazing array of instructors, talkers, thinkers, artists and members of the local indigenous community to produce an enriching and holistic festival experience. Keep your eyes peeled for the lineup, scheduled to be revealed later this year!

This year, Lost Paradise are steering away from the traditional first/second/third releases in favour of fair market pricing. The cheapest tickets are available during the pre-sale on a first come, first served basis, with prices gently increasing with demand as they get snapped up. All tickets to Lost Paradise are inclusive of GA camping, with optional accommodation upgrades to come for those keen on a complete Glamping NYE experience.

Located only one hour north of Sydney, get ready to lose yourself in a one-of-a-kind four-day boutique NYE festival. Head to lostparadise.com.au to sign up for pre-sale access, available from 10am on Tuesday, August 29. All remaining general admission tickets will then be released at 10am on Wednesday, August 30.

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PRESENTED BY FINELY TUNED & TRIPLE J
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 2022 – MONDAY, JANUARY 1 2023
GLENWORTH VALLEY, NSW

TICKET INFO
PRE-SALE TICKETS ON SALE – 10AM TUESDAY, AUGUST 29 2023
GA TICKETS ON SALE – 10AM WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30 2023

ARTIST LINE-UP
FLUME
DOM DOLLA
FOALS
KELIS
LIME CORDIALE
PNAU
THE JUNGLE GIANTS
CHANNEL TRES
HOLLY HUMBERSTONE
OVERMONO
WINSTON SURFSHIRT
LASTLINGS
ROYEL OTIS
SYCCO
DICE
HAIKU HANDS
BIG WETT
SKELETEN
CAT & CALMELL
VELVET TRIP
SLOAN PETERSON
PIRRA
JET CITY SPORTS CLUB
SALARYMEN
BIRDEE 王煒
THUNDER FOX
SPUTNIK SWEETHEART

DJ LINEUP
BICEP (DJ SET)
CARL COX (HYBRID SET)
JAYDA G
BASEMENT JAXX (DJ SET)
KETTAMA
DJ HEARTSTRING
CASSIAN
EWAN MCVICAR
LF SYSTEM
BARRY CAN’T SWIM
SALUTE
STÜM
SAM ALFRED
YUNG SINGH
HEIDI
SAORISE
C.FRIM
LITMUS (LIVE)
CLUB ANGEL
JAMES PEPPER
AYEBATONYE
ELIJAH SOMETHING
MINCY
CALEB JACKSON
CRYBABY
JACQUI CUNNINGHAM
CONSPIRACY CREW
CAITLIN MEDCLAF
TROY BEMAN
SHANTAN WANTAN ICHIBAN
FLEXY FERG
WAXLILY
CLEO
SASHA MILANI
MADAMI
LOST SUNDAYS SOUNDSYSTEM
CRICKET
MASH
ANIKA
SILLY LILY
ZACH WILLIAMS
TOAKA
+ MORE TO BE ANNOUNCED

SHAMBHALA FIELDS
MIMI ELASHIRY
KEIYNAN LONSDALE
POTTERY BOY
KATH EBBS
SIMON BORG-OLIVIER
FIRST NATIONS CULTURE WITH UNCLE PHIL
JOELY MALCOLM
TARA CHANDRA
DARCY STOKES
SPEED DATING WITH DEAR PLUTO
+ MORE TO BE ANNOUNCED

Mick Pacholli

Mick created TAGG - The Alternative Gig Guide in 1979 with Helmut Katterl, the world's first real Street Magazine. He had been involved with his fathers publishing business, Toorak Times and associated publications since 1972.  Mick was also involved in Melbourne's music scene for a number of years opening venues, discovering and managing bands and providing information and support for the industry. Mick has also created a number of local festivals and is involved in not for profit and supporting local charities.        

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