Beyond The Valley teases Channel Tres, RÜFÜS DU SOL on lineup

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Beyond The Valley teases Channel Tres, RÜFÜS DU SOL on lineup

Words by Staff Writer

After plastering cryptic posters all over the streets, Beyond The Valley has finally unveiled some exciting updates around this year’s event as well as opening up presale registrations.

We can only assume a lineup announcement is imminent!

The festival will once again take place at Barunah Plains over 4 days from 28th December – 1st January, a picturesque oasis 1.5 hours out of Melbourne which boasts a 100,000 square metre natural amphitheatre. The video posted from their socials this afternoon features a Channel Tres song, the festival also featured RÜFÜS DU SOL in the last video coming from their pages.

Beyond The Valley

  • 28th December 2023 – 1st January 2024
  • Barunah Plains, Wentworth Road, Hesse, VIC

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Beyond The Valley is known for their unparalleled festival experience that has redefined the very essence of live entertainment. The festival will raise the bar even further this year with an array of offerings including architecturally designed stages, the return of the ferris wheel, an inflatable wedding chapel, a newly coined “Better Beer” Beach Club, a revamped Sanctuary, infrastructure updates to the new site and more ticketing options than ever. The beloved Podcast Stage is making its triumphant return, offering a unique space for insightful discussions and entertaining shows, once again hosted by The Daily Aus.

In keeping with its commitment to delivering top-tier production, Beyond The Valley will revive its three acclaimed stages. The Valley Stage is all set to dazzle with its grandeur, boasting an expansive custom design, unparalleled audio quality, and world-class production. The Dance Dome will mesmerise with a massive 70-metre-wide LED wall, promising to be a mecca for electronic enthusiasts, and the much-loved Dr Dan’s will be back with a fresh and reimagined design.

For the first time, festival and camping tickets will be purchased separately to suit varying requirements. This year, the festival organisers have elevated their camping options, introducing Pre-Pitched tents on top of their usual Lux, Premium, and General Camping choices. For those seeking an extra touch of exclusivity, the VIP upgrade offers access to lush lounges, delectable bespoke cocktails, and a two-tiered platform overlooking the Valley Stage. The festival entry only ticket gives festival-goers the option to stay in local accommodations or return home each night.

$1 from every BTV ticket sold will be donated to Igniting Change, a tiny charity supporting the toughest issues. Together, they’re supporting the work of Children’s Ground, a First Nations run and led organisation creating change for future generations, BridgeIt, creating homes, not just houses for young women experiencing homelessness – and other raw, passionate organisations.

After offsetting 1208 tonnes of carbon last year, the festival will once again work with Treecreds to offset emissions, contributing to a more sustainable future.

Beyond The Valley will continue its tradition of supporting the local community, injecting $50,000 in financial contributions and initiating local community initiatives. In its first year at Barunah Plains, the festival injected an estimated 17 million dollars into the local region.

The festival, which started in 2014, has featured the likes of Nelly Furtado, Dom Dolla, RÜFÜS DU SOL, Tyler The Creator, The Kooks, Bonobo, Little Dragon, Jamie XX, Chance The Rapper, Honey Dijon, Kaytranada, Stormzy, Charlotte De Witte & many more.

Supported by triple j, Beyond the Valley is brought to you by Untitled Group, the largest independent music promoter in Australia and the masterminds behind festivals such as Pitch Music & Arts, Grapevine Gathering, Wildlands, For The Love, Ability Fest & more.

BTV are encouraging everyone to register for presale.