A stellar line-up of international superstars and homegrown heroes is set to perform at the AO Live Stage over 15 days of music at Australian Open 2020.
Presented in association with Mushroom Events, this exciting roster of artists boasts 16 ARIA nominations between them, promising two stunning weeks of music for fans at the AO Live Stage at Middle Terrace.
Six major international acts plus 23 Australian artists are confirmed, with more to be announced in the coming months.
Example (UK), Billy Idol (UK), Bastille (UK), Max Frost (USA) and Broods (NZ) will bring eclectic international flair, offering fans everything from hip hop, dance, indie pop and electropop to classic hard rock, making the AO Live Stage a must-do in 2020.
Bastille will make a triumphant return to the AO on the back of massive success with mega tunes such as ‘Pompeii’ and recent Marshmello collaboration ‘Happier’. With more than eight million album sales and global streams over the 6.5 billion mark, Bastille is one of the most streamed acts on the planet.
Cub Sport, Matt Corby and Ziggy Alberts will entertain crowds with their smooth vocals and acoustic tunes while Hot Dub Time Machine, Hayden James and Example will appeal to the electronic music scene.
Kate Miller-Heidke, Broods and Seeker Lover Keeper will appeal to pop aficionados, and Billy Idol, Eskimo Joe and Grinspoon will charm the most nostalgic music fan.
Award winning singer songwriter Kate Miller-Heidke traverses the worlds of indie-pop, folk and opera. She is the only artist in history to perform at the New York Metropolitan Opera, the Eurovision Song Contest and Coachella, and the AO Live Stage.
Australia’s favourite sister-act, The Veronicas, set to appear on Thursday 23 January, will be supported by up and coming artists Japanese Wallpaper and Kian; whose hit song ‘Waiting’ made its way quickly to the top of the Australian music charts this year.
“The AO Live Stage continues to go from strength to strength and the 2020 line up is the biggest and best ever,” Australian Open Tournament Director, Crag Tiley said.
“As well as being Australia’s biggest sporting event, the AO Live Stage has become one of the country’s biggest music festivals. This has helped us grow our event and introduce the Australian Open to new fans who now have even more spectacular entertainment choices, both on and off the court.”
“After the unprecedented success of the 2019 AO Live Stage and the amazing growth of the Australian Open, the music component at the AO has cemented itself as a must play summer concert date,” CEO of Mushroom Events Michael Gudinski said.
“Attractive to International artists plus the vast array of great Australian, established and up & coming talent, the diversity of the line-up over the two-week period means there is absolutely something for everyone. Our team at Mushroom Events continue to work alongside the Australian Open to produce an incredible varied line-up for tennis &music fans.”
The spectacular shade structure which was a hit at the AO Live Stage this year, will return for 2020, and along with the popular giant misting fans, will help fans keep their cool while getting their groove on.
Fans can access AO Live Stage with either an Australian Open Ground Pass ($49) or stadium ticket.
Please note: All patrons aged under 18 must be accompanied by a responsible adult. Photo ID is required for entry. For more information on these terms and conditions please click here.
AO Girls Day Out
Sunday 19 January
Jessica Mauboy with special guests:
Tickets on sale on Wednesday 20 Nov $5 for kids and $20 for adults at ticketmaster.com.au
The AO Live Stage line up so far:
Monday 20 January
Cub Sport with special guest:
Tuesday 21 January
To be announced…
Wednesday 22 January
Lime Cordiale with special guest:
Thursday 23 January
The Veronicas with specials guests:
Friday 24 January
Grinspoon with special guests:
Saturday 25 January – 18+ only
Hot Dub Time Machine with special guest:
Sunday 26 January
To be announced…
Monday 27 January
Kate Miller-Heidke with special guests:
Seeker Lover Keeper
Tuesday 28 January
Broods (NZ) with special guest:
Wednesday 29 January
Billy Idol (UK) with special guests:
The Delta Riggs
Thursday 30 January
Matt Corby with special guest:
Friday 31 January
Hayden James with special guests:
Saturday 1 February
Bastille (UK) with special guest:
Max Frost (USA)
Sunday 2 February
Ziggy Alberts with special guest: