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Beloved music and arts event Jungle Love Festival is back, running in 2018 at a secret new site in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland from 29 Nov to 1 December.

POND, OPIUO, RACKETT and, Gabriella Cohen are some of the huge names leading the 2018 Jungle Love Festival lineup, and there’s plenty more where that came from.

Jungle Love is a boutique music and arts festival experience, and they’ve just announced an absolutely killer lineup for this year’s celebration.

Jungle Love Festival 2018 will also host four huge international artists including dance headliner OPIUO, Japanese ‘loop ninja’ Kenta Hayashi, UK dub and remix king Mad Professor and the Australian debut of British neo-soul songstress China Bowls.

More than half the lineup features some of the best up-and-coming Queensland artists including Omegachild, First Beige, Nonsemble, L. Flora and FeelsClub to name a few.

Other great Aussie acts include Sydney’s leading ladies of punk RACKETT and epic Melbourne talent, Approachable Members of Your Local Community.

The live music and arts festival will also feature brilliant visual artists, live performers, workshops and some epic food and markets stalls.

Apart from the programming, Jungle Love is about absolute social inclusiveness, and of course, it’s BYO, because what could be better than floating down the site’s creek with a tinnie in hand?

Check out the full first  2018 announcement below with plenty more great acts to be announced later this year.

First lineup announce

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
+ plenty more to come in the second and final line-up announcement

Get your tickets here. 

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August 7, 2018

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