It truly is that beautiful time of year when the carrot of the upcoming summer festivals is dangled in front of us, pushing up through the cold days of winter with a promise of long days and balmy nights filled with red-hot bangers. This That Festival is the latest to reveal its 2019 lineup, and boy howdy is it a doozy.
Lighting up Newcastle‘s Wickham Park for the fifth year in a row, This That Festival has served up an aural smorgasbord of acts ranging from EDM, to fezzy-friendly party bangers, to feel-inducing indie rock – there’s literally something for just about everyone here (unless you’re into avant-garde jazz or something.)
The big party in the park on Saturday, November 9 will feature top-shelf Aussie (and adopted Aussie) acts like Alex Lahey, Peking Duk, Hermitude, Golden Features, Ali Barter, Meg Mac, Middle Kids, Carmouflage Rose, Alex The Astronaut and Thundamentals, split across the THIS Stage, the THAT Stage, and the mysterious pop nook, THE OTHER.
With a promise of more artists to be announced, as well as a hand-picked act from Triple J Unearthed, This That Festival is 100% sure to turn Newy into a hell of a late spring jam.
Tickets for 2019’s This That Festival go on sale from 9am Friday July 5, but you can also sign up for presale tickies before midnight Wednesday July 3. The festival is also running a pay-later scheme, for those with three FOMO and no money, instead of no FOMO and three money.
Check out the full This That Festival lineup below and synchronise your group chat accordingly because this one will very likely sell out quick-smart, as it has done every single year.
THIS THAT FESTIVAL 2019 LINEUP
ALEX THE ASTRONAUT
NORTHEAST PARTY HOUSE
TRIPLE J UNEARTHED WINNER
& MORE TBA
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