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The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | August 12, 2018

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FIRST LINE-UP ANNOUCEMENT: Jungle Love 2018

FIRST LINE-UP ANNOUCEMENT: Jungle Love 2018
Imogen Sloss

Here in Brisbane we are lucky to have fairly easy access to great bands at amazing festivals, such as Splendour in the Grass, Falls Festival, Woodford Folk Festival – and Jungle Love is no exception. This year, they are coming to you from a super secret location somewhere in the Sunny Coast Hinterlands and we couldn’t be more excited.

The first line-up annoucement hit us earlier this week and so far they have bagged psychedelic rocksters POND, Kiwi dance producer OPIUO, Japan’s “loop ninja” Kenta Hayashi and many more. Props to the organisers for gathering a diverse group of artists that span across genres, genders and continents. We can’t help but wonder what more Jungle Love has up their sleeve.

Have a scroll through the line-up so far:

POND
OPIUO (NZ)
Approachable Members of Your Local Community
The Brains Trust
Baskervillain
China Bowls (UK)
CHURCH
Demon Days
Department of Music
FeelsClub
FELIVAND
First Beige
Full Flower Moon Band
Gabriella Cohen
Golden Sound
HRBRT
Jungle Love Allstars: Live Tribute to Justice
Kenta Hayashi (JPN)
L. Flora
Mad Professor (UK)
Mildlife
Mufaro & the Barehouse
Nonsemble
Omegachild
Oolluu
Polygon Woods
RACKETT
Simi Lacroix (live)
Thando

If you scanned the list and found that, while most of the artist’s names are weird as hell, not a whole lot are familiar to you, have no fear! You have a solid 3 1/2 months to educate yourself before the festival, which is running over the last weekend of November. So crack open your Spotify, and start “Add to Playlist”-ing.

Second-release tickets to the festival are on sale now via the Jungle Love website.

THE DETAILS:
What Jungle Love Music and Arts Festival
Where Somewhere in the Sunshine Coast Hinterlands
When 29 Nov – 1 Dec
Website Check out the website here

Image Credit: Aimee Catt

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