Beyond The Valley Has Announced A Cracking Line-Up For Their City Event At Sidney Myer Music Bowl

Nicole de Souza Nicole de Souza - Staff Writer

Beyond The Valley Has Announced A Cracking Line-Up For Their City Event At Sidney Myer Music Bowl

Are you ready for Beyond The City?

Beyond The Valley is ready to take you on an unforgettable city experience. Back in August, festival organisers announced that this year, they would pivot away from their usual Gippsland Parklands location and into the city. With the uncertainty of COVID, this decision was made so that festival-goers could have the best chance possible of ringing in the New Year.

And now, the line-up for the event is finally here. Let loose at Beyond The City on December 30 and 31 at Sidney Myer Music Bowl and the surrounding Kings Domain parklands, while listening to some truly amazing artists.

The line-up

This massive line-up for Beyond The City will be spread across two days and three stages – the Main Stage, Dance Domain and Dr Dan’s stage. These will be spread across Sidney Myer Music Bowl and the surrounding parklands of King’s Domain.

December 30


  • Pnau
  • Spacey Jane

Also featuring:

  • Allday
  • C. Frim
  • Choomba
  • Dameeeela
  • Elizabeth Cambage
  • Eves Karydas
  • JK 47
  • Jordan Brando
  • Lovebirds
  • Mallrat
  • Motez
  • Running Touch
  • Sophiegrophy
  • Sycco
  • Telenova
  • Torren Foot

December 31



  • Hayden James
  • Lime Cordiale

Also featuring:

  • Alice Ivy
  • Ball Park Music
  • Bradley Zero
  • Cosmo’s Midnight
  • Crescendoll
  • Hot Dub Time Machine
  • Jaguar Jonze
  • jamesjamesjames
  • Jennifer Loveless
  • King Stingray
  • Kye
  • Lastlings
  • Loods
  • Nina Las Vegas
  • Pretty Girl
  • Skin On Skin
  • Willaris. K
  • X CLUB.

Beyond The Valley city edition

This festival will ring in the New Year with two exciting days of music and celebration. Expect world-class production and stage design, in addition to a spectacular view of Melbourne’s skyline. Beyond The City has also received a special permit to end the celebrations at 1:30am on New Year’s Eve.

This will also be a fully standing event. Dancing is recommended and there won’t be any pods to get in the way.

“We look forward to returning to our usual camping format for Beyond The Valley 2022, but in the meantime, we’re so excited to be able to bring BTV to the City for this unique festival experience,” said festival organisers.

This year, $1 from each ticket will go towards AIME. AIME delivers structured mentoring to First Nations high school students around the country. Their programs close the educational outcome gap, leading to a brighter future and a fairer world.

Pre-sale registrations are now open. Pre-sale tickets will open on Wednesday November 10 at 4pm. Then, tickets to the public will go on sale on Thursday November 11 at 4pm.

Keen to stay updated? Follow Beyond The Valley on Instagram or stay tuned to their website for updates.

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