The Big Pineapple Music Festival 2017 has unveiled its outstanding line-up. While The Veronicas is all set to lead the event, Birds of Tokyo, SAFIA, and Peking Duk have also joined hands with the Queensland duo to perform on stage.

Other performers for the 2017 event include Northlane, singer-songwriter Vera Blue, Sampa The Great, Cloud Control, Harts, DZ Deathrays, Alex Lahey and more. The Big Pineapple Music Festival 2017 will have four curated stages around which the event will revolve. The show and the performers will be seen entertaining Aussies at the iconic Sunshine Coast site on May 27.

The Veronicas gave the first ever performance in 2016 for this Australian festival. “We never had so many requests for an act come back,” event organizer Mark Pico said. “Over 300 (requested). They were the biggest act last year and there were some big bands. The whole place was singing their songs and they said it was the best festival experience they’d ever had. They wanted to come back really badly and we wanted them to come back really badly, so we’re stoked.”

The sale of tickets for the Big Pineapple Music Festival 2017 will begin on February 9, Thursday. Aussies can visit Moshtix website to book tickets starting from $87 with camping as an option. According to the updates, the site sells around 12,000 tickets to the crowds. It has partnered with the show since it first featured its event in 2013.

Besides the Big Pineapple Music Festival 2017, according to Music Feeds, Australia will also witness a comeback of Avant Garden. The event features live art, air brushing, Hoola-hooping, and DIY craft. There are Ferris wheels along with several food stalls for the crowd.

Performers of the Big Pineapple Music Festival Event 2017 Line-up

The Veronicas, Birds of Tokyo, City Calm Down, Cloud Control, Peking Duk, DZ Deathrays, Vera Blue, SAFIA, Northlane, L D R U, Horrorshow, Pierce Brothers, Citizen Kay, Harts, Alex Lahey, Nicole Millar, Polish Club, Boo Seeka, Bec Sandridge, Sampa The Great, Ngaiire, Jack River, Bootleg Rascal, Gold Member, Fortunes, Moonbase, West Thebarton Brothel Party, In2Nation, Ocean Alley, Lastlings, Winston Surfshirt, Benson, Buck Dean & The Green Lips, Hey Geronimo, High Tropics, BEarfoot, The Hi-Boys, Arpier, and DJ Fro.

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