Adelaide’s own Oisima, alongside other electronic upstarts like Holy Balm and Canyons, will perform at this year’s Splendour In The Grass as part of a new Red Bull Music Academy electronic stage.
In celebration of its 15th anniversary, the Red Mull Music Academy will be curating three days of electronic music over the festival weekend including DJs and musical acts like SilentJay, Mitzi DJs, Onra, Galapagoose, Future Classic DJs and many more. See the full list below.
The inclusion to the festival comes shortly after the release of Oisima's latest track Everything About Her, which is currently featured on Triple J. Listen to it below:
Starting in 1998, the Red Bull Music Academy has gone on to become world-renowned in providing unique workshops, panels and gigs geared towards music education.
Splendour In The Grass will take place at Byron Bay from Fri Jul 26 – Sun Jul 28. The festival is sold out.
Fri Jul 26
Future Classic DJs
Sat Jul 27
Sun Jul 28
Shantan Wantan Ichiban
Toni Toni Lee
GoodGod Sound Unlimited
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