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Beyond The Valley Reveals Headliner And Unveils Grand New Festival Site

22 August 2022 | 4:30 pm | Parry Tritsiniotis

The festival will be hosted at Barunah Plains, a picturesque oasis 1.5 hours out of Melbourne.

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Fan favourite new years festival Beyond The Valley has returned with some exciting news as they gear up to unveil their full, 4 day line up.

The festival has previously featured heavy hitters including RÜFÜS DU SOL, Tyler The Creator, The Kooks, Joey Badass, Bonobo, Jamie XX, Chance The Rapper, SchoolboyQ, Honey Dijon, Kaytranada, Stormzy & many more.

The highly anticipated line up will drop this Thursday at 12:20pm and will be hosted at Barunah Plains, a picturesque oasis 1.5 hours out of Melbourne. The site boasts a 100,000 square metre natural amphitheatre, surrounded by sweeping tress, a winding creek, mystic bridges and rolling hills. 

The video posted on their socials today features a Kaytranada track a neat little hint of a headliner at the festival. Earlier this year in April they also teased Bicep as a likely headliner.

Beyond The Valley will return with 3 iconic stages. The Main Stage will feature larger than ever design and world class production, the Dance Tent will feature a 70-metre wide LED wall and a Funktion-One sound system. Also joining them is the much adored, multilevel dance floor colosseum Dr Dan's.

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Outside of the large music stages, BTV will host a Podcast Stage with live and interactive recordings of your favourite podcasts, a Beach Club for a swim in a pool and Schmall Klub, a concealed party with spontaneous sets from favourite DJs. 

BTV will also be offering a daily entry ticket for the first time, as well as viewing platforms Auslan interpreters and a designated accessible campsite positioned close to the festival arena. 

$1 for every ticket sold will be donated to the Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experiencing supporting their programs, including structured mentoring to over 25,000 First Nations high school students across the country.

It is projected that the move to the new site will inject an estimated 30 million dollars into the local region, with a commitment to donate $50,000 anually to local community groups via a grants program. 

You can keep up to date with Beyond The Valley's movements via their website HERE.