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Listen Out 2024 Line-up Dropping Next Week

31 May 2024 | 1:36 pm | Mary Varvaris

The teaser clip on Listen Out's social media hints at one act that may feature on the bill.

Listen Out Perth 2023

Listen Out Perth 2023 (Credit: Jordan Munns)

Save the date: the line-up for this year’s Listen Out festival drops on Tuesday, 4 June.

Festival organisers advise punters to sign up to the Listen Out mailing list and tune in to triple j at 8 am local time. However, their teaser clip on social media hints at one act that may feature on the bill.

Dropping a major hint about who’s playing at this year’s Listen Out, Poundland Anthem by Folamour plays in the background of the festival’s latest teaser video. From the French DJ’s 2023 album, Manifesto, Folamour is a frequent visitor to Australia and would be more than welcome at Listen Out.

You can watch the video below.

Listen Out promoters recently said about this year’s festival, “It’s been a very tough time for the Australian music festival industry, and we are thrilled to be back in 2024, welcoming returning and first-time attendees through the gates.”

In case you missed it, festival organisers confirmed the event’s return last week and revealed this year’s Listen Out dates.

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The festival tour is set to take place at Caribbean Gardens in Melbourne on Friday, 27 September, Perth’s HBF Arena on Saturday, 28 September, Brisbane’s RNA Showgrounds on Saturday, 5 October, and wraps up at Sydney’s Centennial Park on Sunday, 6 October.

Listen In also returns this year, taking place at Ellis Park in Adelaide on Sunday, 29 September, and Auckland at Go Media Stadium Mt Smart on Friday, 4 October.

In other Listen Out news, a spokesperson for the festival recently shared a statement with The Music and Purple Sneakers after punters brought up the Perth and Sydney dates clashing with the AFL and NRL Grand Finals, respectively.

“This is not the first time Listen Out and grand finals have shared a day, and we encourage people to enjoy both,” the spokesperson said.

“We'll be showing the NRL Grand Final in Sydney and the AFL Grand Final in Perth. Each venue will have a beer garden with screens, food and drinks showing the games.”

The spokesperson added, “The Listen Out dates are planned well in advance, and although we try to avoid clashes like this, they are sometimes unavoidable.”