The Falls Festival is back! Arctic Monkeys and Lil Nas X to headline event’s return after a two-year hiatus during the pandemic
The Falls Festival is set to return this summer with British rockers Arctic Monkeys and American rapper Lil Nas X headlining the popular event.
The two-day 2022 music extravaganza will begin in rural Victoria at the Pennyroyal Plains in December, before travelling to North Byron in NSW and then onto Fremantle Park, WA.
The news will be music to the ears of fans of the festival after pandemic restrictions stopped the show over the past two years.
It’s back! The Falls Festival is set to return this summer with British rockers Arctic Monkeys (pictured) headlining
Arctic Monkeys are headlining the festival after recent reports suggest that the rockers are on the verge of completing their seventh album.
Meanwhile, twenty-three-old pop star/rapper Lil Nas X recently shocked his fans when he revealed that he wanted to work with The Wiggles.
The top-selling artist – whose real name is Montero Lamar Hill – posted about how much he would like to tour with the hugely successful children’s band.
Hit-maker: Lil Nas X is also set to headline after it was recently revealed amid controversy, that he wanted to work with The Wiggles
Other acts performing at the Falls Festival include psychedelic rockers Ocean Alley, Freemantle indie faves Spacey Jane and singer/artist G Flip.
Punk rockers Amly and the Sniffers will put in an appearance, along with award-winning star Genesis Owusu and King Stingray.
Festival organisers have introduced some extra features for attendees this year.
Aussie fave: Melbourne singer/songwriter G Flip will be appearing at Falls Festival shows in December-January 2020-2023 Picture: The talented artist is seen here performing at the Basement East in Nashville, USA in February 2022
They include the ‘S**t Olympics’, which will feature three-legged races and backyard cricket.
For festival goers interested in less strenuous activity, organisers have arranged meditation, yoga and Pilates classes.
Good days ahead: A fan takes a selfie during the Falls Festival in 2019