Flume & Foals Headline Summer Feel-Good Festival Heaps Good's 2023-2024 Line-up

L-R top to bottom: Flume, Griff, Holly Humberston, Foals
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After a stellar Adelaide debut last summer, one-day festival Heaps Good returns this summer to the City of Churches while expanding to include additional events in Melbourne and Brisbane.

Heaps Good is also living up to its name with the line-up fronted by Australian electronic wizard Flume (an artist who has amassed multiple billion streams alongside Grammy Awards and two Hottest 100 #1 songs) and UK indie rock lords Foals (who won Best Group at 2020 Brit Awards, have scooped up another 5 NME Awards, while also headlining such acclaimed festivals as Glastonbury and Reading & Leeds). Foals also revealed founding bassist Walter Gervers rejoined the band earlier this year.

Then there's one of Australia's most influential electronica outfits ever, The Avalanches who have been mesmerising generations of fans since their legendary 2000 release 'Since I Left You' while remaining commercially relevant since their return in the mid '10s with such bangers as 'Because I'm Me', 'The Divine Chord' and 'If I Was A Folkstar'.

English electronic chameleon SBTRKT will also head to Heaps Good (Melbourne and Brisbane only), bringing such festival moments as 'Wildfire', 'Hold On' and 'Pharaohs' to the stage as well as material from his newest album released in May, 'The Rat Road' – the first SBTRKT record in seven years.

Melbourne revellers will get to groove into the new year thanks to a special DJ set from Basement Jaxx who'll drop such classics as 'Red Alert', 'Do Your Thing', 'Romeo', 'Where's Your Head At' and 'Good Luck'.

English indie rock, dream pop crooner Declan McKenna will charm audiences in Adelaide and Brisbane, serenading with such bangers as 'Brazil', 'Why Do You Feel So Down', and 'British Bombs'. No doubt he'll perform material from his 2024 album 'What Happened To The Beach?'.

English pop musician Griff will showcase why she was named the Rising Star at the 2021 Brit Awards with such hits as 'Black Hole', 'Good Stuff', 'One Night' and 'Walk'.

While another English singer, and 2022 Brit Awards Rising Star Holly Humberstone brings her live favourites like 'Falling Asleep At The Wheel', 'Deep End' and 'Scarlett'.

On the local front MAY-A brings her own collection of hits like 'Apricots' and 'Time I Love To Waste' (and no doubt can expect an onstage collab with headliner Flume for their mega hit 'Say Nothing').

While Sycco showcases why she's one of the hottest emerging talents in Australia with her arsenal of songs: 'Dribble', 'Ripple', 'Peacemaker' and 'Nicotine'.

One of the hottest names at BIGSOUND 2023 (his showcases drawing packed audiences) multi-instrumentalist, singer, producer and songwriter Logan will open proceedings at all three festivals.

Those in the OG city of Heaps Good (that's Adelaide players) are in for a special treat with the return of a dedicated dance stage, Sound Archive, ready to keep the party heaving all night long.

With bespoke design, top-tier production and an endless rhythm provided by a stacked line-up of renowned electronic acts including one of the most dominant forces in electronic music today when Mall Grab headlines.

Prepare for in your face, sledgehammer house music from Galway's KETTAMA after being wowed by salute, the standout DJ who has become somewhat of a cult sensation following sets at Field Day, Parklife and more.

Sydney born, Berlin based producer Logic1000 will bring her UK-centric dance rhythms and hyper-accurate digi synths to life, while Kaytetye producer RONA. combines the soundscapes of country and place with synths and melodies that pack emotional punch. That's after Denim showcases her hard hitting, bass thumping and eclectic mixes.

Tickets on sale from 4pm EST on 20 September.

Heaps Good 2023-2024 Tour Dates

Sun 31 Dec - Sidney Myer Music Bowl (Melbourne)
Tue 2 Jan - Sandstone Point (Brisbane)
Sat 6 Jan - Adelaide Showground

Heaps Good 2023-2024 Line-up

The Avalanches
SBTRKT* Melb & Bris only
Basement Jaxx (DJ set)* Melb only
Declan McKenna* Adel & Bris only
Holly Humberstone

Sound Archive lineup: Adelaide only

Mall Grab

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