Australia’s brand new festival, Babylon, has announced its massive lineup and it will take place at two wilderness locations.
If you’re yet to hear about Babylon music festival, then consider yourself being educated. The monumental fest will take place across four days and in two locations, and will be featuring an inspired curation of local and international artists who will focus on techno, psy-trance & deep house music.
Speaking on the debut festival, event organiser Richie McNiell says “It’s really exciting for us to be able to produce this world class event, with Babylon we aim to create something different, but to also set a benchmark for organisation as there has been some disappointed punters with festivals of this kind in the recent past.”
As the latest installment to fill the desolated festival void Australia has found itself in, Babylon has come forth to announce a pyramid of impressive internationals for the inaugural festivities.
Babylon will also feature a mix of delicacies at its Food Village, a range of festival fashions, handmade accessories and jewellery, plus locally designed products, at the marketplace & lifestyle hub, and a series of workshops and mindfulness activities to keep one engaged all the time.
It will stage two events, one each in Victoria and New South Wales SW, in March next year, with the former being held from 10th-13th March amid the northern Grampians in the Kara Kara National Park, and the latter on 10th-12th March in the World Heritagelisted Capertree Valley. Tickets are on sale now and you can grab them at Eventbrite.