News: lutruwita/Tasmania’s Party in the Paddock Festival unveils stunning line up for 2024 including Rudimental (UK), Milky Chance (EU) Lime Cordiale, The Darkness (UK)

The annual Party in the Paddock Festival in lutruwita/Tasmania has announced the most extraordinary line up for 2024 – and this is just the first round. While the international guest list is impressive, what I find most exciting is the number of local acts that have been drafted in (many of who we have covered here at Backseat Mafia).

As well as headline acts Rudimental (UK), Milky Chance (EU), Lime Cordiale, The Darkness (UK), G Flip, The Darkness (UK), Ball Park Music, San Cisco, Holy Holy, The Drums (USA) and K.Flay (USA), the line up includes:

Chris Lorenzo (UK), The Vanns, Petey (USA), Jack River, Teenage Dads, The Smith Street Band, Royel Otis, The Grogans, Anna Lunoe, Kim Churchill, Barkaa, The Rions, CC: disco!, Memphis lk, Big Wett, The Buoys, Forest Caudette, Rum Jungle, South Summit, Jacotene, Little fritter, Wongo, Willo, Ben Gerrans, The Regime, Jem Cassar-Daley, 1tbsp, Battlesnake, Mincy, Bec Stevens, Billy Otto, Bella Amor, Lotte Gallagher, Anesu, Tanzer, Djanaba, Moreton, Versace Boys, Chase City, The Sleepy Heads, In The Flowers, Jeqa, Slim Jeffries, Lenon Wells, The Bad Dad Orchestra, Tasha Zappala, Uncle Geezer, The Tinderboxers, Parker, Music Mates, Tony Velvet, The Seeding, Laphrodisiac, Lasca Dry, Swaz Benjamin, Bambi O’Hara, Zandy, Cathy Diver, Gay Panic, Clay Crosier, Flower Extract, Bonsai, Jazzy Faith, Golden Sunbird, Morphlink, The Milk Incident, The Huskees and Sam Mcmeekin.

For the first time in PITP’s history, the festival is expanding to four days – kicking off with a Thursday Night Pre-Party on the 8th of February.

The festival takes place in Quercus Park which is 25 minutes from Launceston – located in ‘the heart’ of Tasmania, it is an easily accessible location from Hobart and Devonport on tilapangka/Liffey River, in lutruwita/Tasmania, Palawa/Tasmanian Aboriginal land.

With pre-sales sold out, general tickets are available here from 21 November and you can get full details here.

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