Australian Open: Groove Armada, Rudimental lead 2024 music lineup

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Australian Open: Groove Armada, Rudimental lead 2024 music lineup

Australian Open lineup

The Australian Open Finals Festival returns in 2024 with an epic music lineup from Untitled Group.

Bringing tennis and music together once again, the Australian Open has just dropped the mic on their music programme for the highly anticipated Finals Festival, a three-day music event taking over the Melbourne sports precinct during the climactic weekend of the Grand Slam.

Alongside hosting a selection of home-grown heroes on the court in January, the Australian Open will be bringing along the likes of international sensations Groove Armada, Rudimental, and Yaeji, alongside Aussie icons DMA’S and Ruel, and LGBTQI+ champions Peach PRC and AO Pride Ambassador Tash Sultana.

AO Finals Festival 2024

Thursday 25 January 2024 – AO Pride Day

  • Special performance by AO 2024 Pride Ambassador Tash Sultana
  • Peach PRC, Yaeji [USA]
  • Anesu, Djanaba, DJ Luv You

Saturday 27 January 2024 – Women’s Final

  • DMA’s, Ruel, The Jungle Giants
  • Tia Gostelow, Mell Hall

Sunday 28 January 2024 – Men’s Final 

  • Groove Armada (DJ set) [UK], Rudimental (Live) [UK]
  • Sunshine & Disco Faith Choir, Latifa Tee, Cooper Smith

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Leading the charge in music programming for the second consecutive year is Untitled Group, Australia’s premier independent music and events promoter, renowned for curating stellar experiences at festivals like Beyond The Valley, Wildlands, Grapevine Gathering, and Ability Fest.

Kicking off on Thursday, 25th January (AO Pride Day), the festival will feature performances by Australian pop sensation Peach PRC, AO Pride Ambassador Tash Sultana, ‘Raingurl’ creator Yaeji, Djanaba, Anesu, and DJ Luv You at the iconic John Cain Arena.

Women’s final day on Saturday, 27th January, will see fan-favorite DMA’S taking the stage alongside Aussie indie rock royalty The Jungle Giants, ARIA Award-winning Ruel, Tia Gostelow, and Melbourne-based DJ Mel Hall.

As the Men’s final day unfolds on Sunday, 28th January, British superstars Groove Armada and Rudimental will deliver epic performances, joined by Latifa Tee, Sunshine & Disco Faith Choir, and local DJ Cooper Smith.

Following the roaring success of last year’s sold-out Finals Festival at Kia Arena, this year’s spectacle is set to unfold at the John Cain Arena, boasting an impressive 10,000-person capacity. This upgrade marks the venue’s largest open-air music performance in its history.

For those eager to secure a spot at this unmissable event, there are two ticket options available. Tennis match ticket holders can upgrade for access to the Finals Festival on the day, with prices starting at $40. Alternatively, dedicated Finals Festival day passes (including a ground pass) are available starting at $69.

Tickets for this unmissable tennis-music fiesta go on sale via Ticketmaster on Wednesday, 13th December. Head here for tickets and more information.