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SUMMER CAMP FESTIVAL REVEAL NEW DATES

The festival will hit Aussie stages later this year!

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Australia is being treated to a brand new festival, with Summer Camp sharing new dates following its postponement earlier this year! Taking place this November, the event marks the nations first touring pride festival, creating a space that celebrates freedom and diversity full of wonderful local and international artists.


Kicking off in Sydney on November 5, the festival will continue on to Melbourne the following week on November 12. Summer Camp Festival aims to enhance the creative landscape, offering an immersive experience for all that will serve as a playground of music and art culture.



Leading the stacked line up is London’s Years & Years, the musical project of actor and singer Olly Alexander. Joining them will be New Orleans’ hip hop and electronic artist Big Freedia, local icons The Veronicas, Cub Sport, New Zealand's Ladyhawke and Jess B, Confidence Man, Kinder, Sycco, The Merindas, Halfqueen (DJ Set), Jawbreakers, Yo Mafia and over 150 DJ’s, drag queens, dancers and performance artists in each city. The new dates also arrive with the promise of more surprise guests to be announced.


On creating a space for every walk of life, co-founders Kat Dopper shares: “Summer Camp Festival is a new inclusive festival experience that accepts all the cuties. It’s a chance to frolic in the forest with pals, dress up, and celebrate the true meaning of pride, Love has no labels at Summer Camp - it’s a place to call ‘homo’ this pride season. Let’s get sweaty this summer and feel the euphoria of being together and dancing again”


Tickets are on sale now!


SUMMER CAMP FESTIVAL 2022

Saturday, 5th November – Centennial Parklands, Sydney

Saturday, 12th November - Reunion Park, Melbourne

Tickets


YEARS & YEARS (UK) (SYD & MELB ONLY) BIG FREEDIA (USA) THE VERONICAS CUB SPORT LADYHAWKE (NZ) CONFIDENCE MAN JESS B (NZ) KINDER SYCCO THE MERINDAS HALFQUEEN (DJ) JAWBREAKERS YO MAFIA and many more to be announced

*Artist line up varies city to city