Aussie music stalwarts Birds of Tokyo, Jet and You Am I are just some of the big-name local acts confirmed for the AO Live Stage at Australian Open 2019, Tennis Australia and Mushroom Events announced today.
Hit makers Ball Park Music, Conrad Sewell and The Teskey Brothers will also make their AO Live Stage debuts in January.
The big Aussie line-up will join already announced international acts Bastille and Craig David, and fellow Aussies Angus & Julia Stone and Dean Lewis as follows:
Monday 14 January: Dean Lewis and Gretta Ray
Tuesday 15 January: Conrad Sewell and CXLOE
Wednesday 16 January: The Teskey Brothers
Thursday 17 January: Bastille and Nicole Millar
Friday 18 January: You Am I and Jebediah
Tuesday 22 January: Ball Park Music and Bec Sandridge
Thursday 24 January: Birds of Tokyo and Last Dinosaurs
Friday 25 January: Craig David and Yo Mafia
Saturday 26 January: Angus & Julia Stone and Alex Lahey
Sunday 27 January: Jet and Something For Kate
*More announcements to follow.
Australian Open Tournament Director CEO Craig Tiley is delighted with the impressive line-up and is looking forward to another great event this summer.
“Music and the AO Live Stage is now part of the whole Australian Open entertainment experience. The line-up we’ve assembled for 2019 with the help of Mushroom Events is shaping up brilliantly and there’s something for everyone.”
More exciting names will be added to the AO Live Stage roster over the coming weeks.
The popular Cooper’s Saturday will return in 2019, with the artist line-up to be named soon.
The AO Live Stage will be presented by Canadian Club on November 24.
With 15 days of music, the AO Live Stage, during the Australian Open, is fast becoming known as one of the most comprehensive music festivals in Australia.
Fans can access the AO Live Stage by simply purchasing a ground pass of an Australian Open stadium ticket.