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All the Australian gigs and festivals to be across in November

All the Australian gigs and festivals to be across in November

If you’re a fan of beats, bands, or bangers then we have the monthly guide just for you.

We are well and truly on the fast lane to the silly season.

What better way to make sure your cup is full than with a few festivals and gigs?

If you’re a fan of beats, bands, or bangers then we have the monthly guide just for you.

With festivals full of international acts, DJs and some fresh, local lineups, there is something for everyone over the next month.

Spilt Milk - Canberra, Ballarat, Gold Coast - Various Dates

It’s safe to say that Spilt Milk has one of the best local lineups in years.

Couple that with some fantastic international acts making their way to Australia for the three-date touring festival, and we are in for one hell of a show.

What better way to roll on into festival season than with some of the country’s premier dance acts?

We’re talking Flume, Fisher, and Hayden James. Three of the best producers/DJs that have been making waves internationally will be placing down some rhythms and getting feet and hips moving effortlessly.

Those three beat makers could sell the festival alone, but let’s not forget they’ll be joined by the likes of Spacey Jane, Genesis Owusu, Mansionair, Young Franco, and Mallrat.

Seriously, if you love Australian music and can get a ticket, this is the festival for you.

But it doesn’t just end there because the Aussie legends will be joined by British alt-rock icons The Wombats, who are returning to the country after being here in June. They must really love it Down Under.

And while we may not be getting British grime royalty in Stormzy, Spilt Milk is being graced with the presence of perhaps the hottest artist in the world right now: Steve Lacy.

The alternative R&B artist has topped the US Billboard chart with his single ‘Bad Habit’ and will bring all the funk vibes to the festival.

If you’re looking to find your next favourite artist, make sure to catch the likes of Telenova, Ninajirachi, 1300, and King Stingray.

Find out more HERE.

Defected Australiasia - Brisbane, Sydney, Perth, Melbourne, Auckland - Various Dates

The iconic house label is bringing some of their nearest and dearest to Australia for multiple dates.

Set in intimate clubs and venues across the country, the likes of Ferreck Dawn, Mike Dunn, Riva Starr, and Sam Divine will provide the soundtrack for what is set to be an epic fortnight.

Defected has long been leaders in the house scene over in the United Kingdom and beyond, and sure knows how to throw a party.

Defected Croatia is one of the most world-renowned dance festivals on the planet, and the label has taken its signature sound all over the world.

It’ll be the first time since 2020 that the brand is touring down in Australia.

You won’t want to miss Defected delivering house excellence across the region’s finest clubs.

Find out more HERE.

Summer Camp Festival - Sydney / Melbourne - November 5 / November 12

Summer Camp is the ultimate LGBTQIA+ celebration heading to Sydney’s Centennial Park and Melbourne’s Coburg Velodrome.

It’s the inaugural touring pride festival that will be bringing an epic catalogue of DJs, drag queens, and performances from more than 100 artists across three stages.

And there are some absolutely banging acts to get head-bopping and boot-scooting to.

Highlights include twin duo The Veronicas, pop powerhouse Cub Sport, the eccentric and always fun Confidence Man, and chart-topping DJ Young Franco.

The festival will be headlined by Years & Years, aka Olly Alexander, who is fresh off an impressive performance in the hit series It’s A Sin.

He has performed alongside icons in Elton John, Kylie Minogue, and Lady Gaga, and acts as the perfect pick to close out the party.

Find out more HERE.

Harbourlife 2022 - Sydney - November 19

With an iconic venue and a killer lineup of artists, Harbourlife is the quintessential Sydney festival to kick off the summer party.

Situated at Mrs Macquarie’s Point right on Sydney harbour, Harbourlife will be the ideal festival for any house-loving, party-shirt-wearing festival goer.

Iconic German producer Claptone will don their instantly recognisable plague doctor-style golden mask to headline the festival and will be joined by world-renowned British DJ Hot Since 82.

With the sun setting, expect the likes of J.Worra, Franky Wah, Jaded, and Cassian to provide the perfect poolside vibes.

Find out more HERE.

Featured Image Credit: Spilt Milk/Instagram. Defected/Instagram.

Topics: Australia, Music, Festivals