The tremendous US mark Hangout Music Festival has been given the approval by Gold Coast City Council to convey another two-day festival to Coolangatta Beach from December 2018, it has been affirmed.
Hangout is hoping to send out its set up mark abroad out of the blue, unflinching by the travails looked by other enormous festivals in Australia as of late.
Past heavyweights Big Day Out, V Festival and Future Music Festival have all gone from the highest point of the affix to no place to be seen, in the midst of worries about the supportability of vast scale occasions in Australia.
Be that as it may, there are enormous special cases, with festivals like Rainbow Serpent, Splendor in the Grass and Stereosonic keeping the festival scene fit as a fiddle notwithstanding the huge name losses. Everyone’s eyes will be on Coolangatta Beach throughout the following 15 months.
The vote to permit the festival was not without contention, with Gail O’Neill, one of the two councilors who voted against it, expressing that “it is absolutely unsatisfactory. I cherish festivals, I adore music occasions yet this has a place elsewhere, not on Coolangatta Beach.”
In any case, Deputy Mayor Donna Gates expressed her conviction that “we are amazingly fortunate and this is a noteworthy overthrow for the city.”
The current year’s Hangout Music Festival in Gulf Shores, Alabama, facilitated Mumford and Sons, Twenty One Pilots, Frank Ocean, Chance The Rapper, Major Lazer, Weezer, DJ Snake and MGMT.
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