Fatboy Slim joins Aussies Thelma Plum and G Flip on the AO Live Stage 2020 line-up at the Australian Open in Melbourne.
Australian Open 2020 serves up a smashing, superstar line-up for this year's AO Live Stage series, featuring Fatboy Slim, Thelma Plum and G Flip.
Fatboy Slim, Thelma Plum and G Flip are the final additions to the AO Live Stage this year, joining five major international acts including Example, Billy Idol, Max Frost, Bastille and Broods.
“It’s going to be an incredible 15 days of music and the AO Live Stage will just compliment what is going to be a once in a generation Australian Open,” Australian Open CEO Craig Tiley says.
For more than two decades Fatboy Slim (aka Norman Cook) has had a huge following in Australia, and his addition to the AO Live Stage is a real coup for the tournament. He is celebrating 20 years since the release of his world-wide smash hit 'Right Here Right Now'.
Thelma Plum, one of the country’s most prominent indigenous artists and breakthrough performer and multi instrumentalist extraordinaire G Flip, will play a solo performance at the AO Live Stage on the second day of the Australian Open 2020. Once again the massive shade structure will be back on the Middle Terrace making the AO Live Stage extremely fan-friendly.
The popular giant misting fans will also be back. Music and tennis fans can access the AO Live Stage using an Australian Open Ground Pass ($49) or a stadium ticket.
AO Live Stage 2020 Line-up
Sun 19 Jan - Jessica Mauboy, Montaigne, Lily Papas Mon 20 Jan - Cub Sport, Hatchie Tue 21 Jan - Thelma Plum, G Flip Wed 22 Jan - Lime Cordiale, Ruby Fields Thu 23 Jan - The Veronicas, Japanese Wallpaper, Kian Fri 24 Jan - Grinspoon, Eskimo Joe Sat 25 Jan - Hot Dub Time Machine, Example Sun 26 Jan - Fatboy Slim Mon 27 Jan - Kate Miller-Heidke, Seeker Lover Keeper Tue 28 Jan - Broods, George Alice Wed 29 Jan - Billy Idol, The Delta Riggs Thu 30 Jan - Matt Corby, Charlie Collins Fri 31 Jan - Hayden James, Running Touch Sat 1 Feb - Bastille, Max Frost Sun 2 Feb - Ziggy Alberts, Fergus James