Splore 2018 full artist lineup

Splore 2018 full artist lineup


Mystical. Magical. Mysterious. Mind-Bending. Marvellous. Mayhem!


For Splore 2018, we are excited to bring you ‘The Temple of the Midnight Mantra’; Splore Festival’s legendary Saturday night dress-up Cabaret Party! Whatever your ritual to prepare for a night out, whatever your mantra may be, ours is to bring to you, the freakiest fun, the most outrageous artistes, the most incredible cabaret you may ever see.


Hosted by the extraordinary Lizzie Tollemache, ‘Miss Tique’ is modern-day carnival freakshow queen. Looks can deceive with this whip-cracking, face-hammering, chain-escaping, snake-throated lady.


Empress Stah, enigma and superstar, flies in from London with a performance never seen before on this side of the planet. Art? Circus? Insane stunt? You decide. Having appeared with Cirque Du Soleil and Dita von Teese, Empress Stah now returns to Splore with her outrageous ‘Laser Butt-Plug’ act. Collaborating with Peaches on the track ‘Light in Places’, see the world’s only laser-ass light show from the woman who shines from the inside out. 


With an incredible line-up of acts including Christopher Olwage, Jair and Jess Ramirez, Dynamotion, Flow Academy and Dust PalaceThe Temple of the Midnight Mantra crosses borders, boundaries, genders and genres. Stay on late for a raucous after-cabaret party with the UK’s Barry Ashworth of Dub Pistols to keep your knees up ‘til the early hours.


Throughout the Festival site over the weekend, weird, wonderful, fun and ridiculous acts and installations will catch you off-guard. Dynamotion3 Ring RiotSuperhero Secondline to name just a few. Watch out for Friday night in the Living Lounge; sitting between a seriously cool music line-up, we present two hour-long shows; ‘Sugarman’ by Colombia’s Jair Ramirez’ and the hilarious ‘D.I.S.C.O’ by Dynamotion.


Once again we intend to infuse the entire Festival with extraordinary merriment and spectacle, exploring the ‘Mystic Ritual’ theme, creating a vibe and energy that inspires us as much as it inspires you.


Music Artists and Performance acts announced so far include:


Dizzee Rascal



Too Many Zooz

Black Milk

RIA Hall



The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band


Kody Nielson


Raiza Biza


John Morales

My Baby

Barry Ashworth

The Nudge

Aroha & Tali

Mama Snake

Lady Flic

Frank Booker


Marcelinho Da Lua

Eastern Bloc

Hopetoun Brown

Kuki Koori

New Telepathics



Greg Churchill

Lady Flic


Eddie Mac

Manuel Bundy

Dylan C

Logg Cabin

Cave Circles

Imagine This



Dastardly Bounder


Regrooved Sound System

The Acetones

Bobby Brazuka



Mr Big Stuff

Jamie Newman


Lauren Fong


Guy Johnson

Ethan James

The Nukes

DJ Balkanetic



Lizzie Tollemache

Empress Stah

Christopher Olwage

Jair and Jess Ramirez


Flow Academy

Dust Palace

3 Ring Riot

Superhero Secondline


Loopmasters Sample Music Sale

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