Epic Music Line-up For The Upcoming Big Bash League Revealed

22 December 2022 | 9:49 am | Mary Varvaris

"The KFC Big Bash is Australia’s best sports entertainment experience, and we are excited to offer fans even more with so many amazing artists performing."

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The Melbourne Grand Prix - where Birds Of Tokyo and Sneaky Sound System will perform - and the Australian Open aren't the only huge events on the sporting calendar hosting great Aussie music line-ups: the Big Bash League has joined in on the fun.

The 12th edition of the Big Bash includes Peking Duk, The Temper Trap, Ball Park Music, Sneaky Sound System and Northeast Party House, as well as some of Australia’s fastest-rising musicians in Sycco, Memphis LK, KLP, Kinder and Stace Cadet. ARIA and Music Victoria Award winner Baker Boy will also perform in a special appearance during Melbourne's First Nations Round celebrations. Find the full music schedule below.

"The KFC Big Bash is Australia’s best sports entertainment experience, and we are excited to offer fans even more with so many amazing artists performing," Alistair Dobson, Cricket Australia’s General Manager of the Big Bash Leagues, commented. "In addition to big hits, classic catches and epic battles, fans will be treated to even more this summer with live performances, fireworks, light shows and dancing, ensuring there is something for everyone."

Dobson added, "The KFC Big Bash League is the backdrop to summer. It’s an action-packed competition that offers non-stop excitement and entertainment, and it's great to see it come alive in stadiums around the country." Find tickets to the Big Bash League here.

The tennis is also serving straight sets for the first-ever AO Finals Festival. 

Leading the sixth edition of the Glam Slam presented by Ralph Lauren are Vanessa Amorosi, Montaigne, and Melbourne DJ Bertie. The Glam Slam is the world’s largest LGBTQI+ tennis event and attracts players from across the globe. 

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Over on the Kia Stage on women's final day, Benee will take to the stage alongside Thelma Plum, Winston Surfshirt and CC:DISCO! Men's final day and the last day of the Australian Open features Flight Facilities, brother-sister duo Lastlings, Forest Claudette and Willo.

Punters who have purchased a Rod Laver Arena ticket or ground pass on the three days of 27, 28, and 29 February can upgrade to enter Kia Arena for Finals Festival for an extra $5. Conversely, those interested in attending for music can purchase a Finals Festival ticket for $34 each session.




23 December: Stars v Scorchers, Citipower Centre – Rat!Hammock 

3 January: Stars v Renegades, MCG – Sycco 

6 January: Stars v Sixers, MCG – Northeast Party House 

12 January: Stars v Strikers, MCG – Sneaky Sound System 

14 January: Renegades v Stars, Marvel Stadium – Baker Boy

16 January: Stars v Heat, MCG – Memphis LK 

25 January: Stars v Thunder, MCG – Big Twisty & Funknasty 


31 December: Strikers v Stars, Adelaide Oval – The Temper Trap  


1 January: Heat v Sixers, Gabba – Peking Duk, Ball Park Music, Stace Cadet & KLP 


22 December: Sixers v Hurricanes, SCG – Mystery DJ TBA 

26 December: Sixers v Stars, SCG – DJ Kinder 

28 December: Sixers v Renegades, SCG – KORMAK 

4 January: Sixers v Heat, North Sydney Oval – DJ Felixx 

21 January: Sixers v Thunder, SCG – Mystery DJ TBA 


31 December: Thunder v Hurricanes, Albury – DJ Sue


19 January: Thunder v Renegades, Manuka Oval, Canberra – DJ Sue