The latter of 2022 is set to be a scorcher when it comes to music festivals. We’ve got Spilt Milk, Falls Festival, and of course The Grass Is Greener to look forward to. Goodbye savings, and hello good times, right? The Grass is Greener is pulling up at Doug Jennings Park on Saturday, October 22, boasting a huge lineup of Aussie and international artists.
Leading the lineup is the iconic Australian dance music trio PNAU as well as the indie rock band Sticky Fingers. And while these two big names are already a reason to buy tickets, it certainly doesn’t end there.
Fans of high-energy electronic music will be spoilt for choice with sets from ZHU, Mashd N Kutcher, Alok, Maya Jane Coles, Mood Swing & Chevy Bass, and more. Rap group Onefour will also take to the stage as well as hip hop powerhouse Ty Dolla $ign.
The open-air festival is set to start at noon, so come down early and grab a feed from one of the food vendors on-site before you start partying. There will also be pop-up bars onsite selling a variety of bevvies.
The Grass Is Greener has become the first ever music festival to offer NFTs in their ticketing tiers, and the tokens can be used to unlock exclusive experiences while you’re on-site, including a chance to win backstage passes, lifetime festival access, and VIP fun.
The Grass Is Greener 2022 full lineup
Jordan Burns (live)
Mashd N Kutcher
Maya Jane Coles
Mood Swing & Chevy Bass
Ty Dolla $ign
ZHU (DJ set)
You can nab tickets to The Green Is Greener here.