Lost Paradise 2022 Concert
Event: Lost Paradise 2022
Venue: Glenworth Valley Outdoor Adventures, Glenworth Valley NSW, Australia
Date: 28 Dec 2022, 12 am – 1 Jan 2023, 12 am GMT+11
Official Website: https://lostparadise.com.au/
Lil Nas X and the Arctic Monkeys will make your New Year’s Eve strange in the bush. Unlike most New Year’s celebrations, Lost Paradise is a whopping four days long and takes place in the Glenworth Valley over the holiday season. It’s making a huge comeback to ring in 2023. Lil Nas X, a culture-shifting LGBTQ US rapper, and renowned British indie rockers, the Arctic Monkeys are this year’s headliners for the spiritually tinged festival, which also shares several headliners with Byron’s NYE excursion Falls Festival.
They join an impressive lineup of nationally and locally acclaimed performers, such as Jamie xx, Peggy Gou, Ben Böhmer, Ocean Alley, Spacey Jane, G Flip, PinkPantheress, Ebony Boadu, and a tonne more. Although it is a camping festival, tremendous effort has been made to offer a full schedule of talks, seminars, and spiritual and health activities in addition to the (killer) music lineup. There is a potential creek that flows into the Hawkesbury River, where you may cool yourself, and a tiny hammock forest where you can swing in the breeze. The festival will potentially take place from December 28 to January 1.
American rapper and singer Montero Lamar Hill, better known by his stage as Lil Nas X, was born on April 9, 1999. He became well-known after releasing his country rap tune “Old Town Road,” which attracted viral attention at the beginning of 2019 before ascending music charts globally and earning diamond certification by November of the same year.
The song “Old Town Road” held the top spot on the American Billboard Hot 100 chart for 19 weeks, making it the longest-lasting number-one hit since its inception in 1958. The song was remixed several times; the most well-known one included Billy Ray Cyrus, a country singer. Lil Nas X became homosexual when his song “Old Town Road” was at the top of the Hot 100.
English rock group Arctic Monkeys was founded in Sheffield in 2002. The band is made up of Matt Helders (bass guitar, backing vocals), Nick O’Malley (guitar, keyboards), Alex Turner (lead vocals, guitar), and Jamie Cook (drums, backing vocals). Andy Nicholson, a former band member who played bass guitar and sang backup, quit the group in 2006, not long after the debut album was published.
One of the first bands to gain widespread recognition over the Internet was Arctic Monkeys, and pundits hailed them as a possible shift in how new bands are marketed and promoted. That’s What I’m Not (2006), their debut album, was acclaimed as one of the best debut albums and became the fastest-selling debut album in UK history. At the 2007 Brit Awards, it was named Best British Album. Favorite Worst Nightmare, the band’s second album, was well-received by reviewers and won Best British Album at the 2008 BRIT Awards. They later released Suck It and See (2010) and Humbug (2009). (2011).