11 Jun 2024


Juicy Fest 2025 has added nine artists to the Juicy Fest line-up, bringing the total number of R&B and hip-hop icons and hitmakers touring Australia and New Zealand to 16.

Jeremih, Bizzy Bone, Layzie Bone, Jay Sean, Twista, Baby Bash, Pleasure P, Bobby V and the Ying Yang Twins are officially confirmed to perform at Juicy Fest 2025, joining Ludacris, Akon, Keyshia Cole, Omarion, Fat Joe, Jacquees and SWV.

Unfortunately, 90s R&B group Blackstreet and hip-hop star Tyga are no longer able to be part of Juicy Fest 2025 but we’re confident the massive new line-up will cater to all R&B and hip-hop fans across Australia and New Zealand.

This is the biggest line-up Juicy Fest has seen since it started in 2023 and in 2025 we will welcome some of our previous Juicy Fest alum back for the first time. Back by popular demand are crowd favourite Bizzy Bone, hip-hop legend Twista and R&B singer Pleasure P, who performed at Juicy Fest’s debut event as part of Pretty Ricky.

Despite the line-up near doubling in size, this does not mean we are adding a second stage to the event. All artists will still perform on the one main stage throughout the day. Set lengths for artists will differ based on their contracted times and artist requests, and will range from 20-minute sets to 50-minute sets but still allowing enough time to perform their biggest hits.

Don’t worry about ticket prices, the costs remain the same – even with so many extra artists added to the line-up.

11 Jun 2024


Ten week payments plans are available for seven out of eight Juicy Fest shows across Australia and New Zealand.

Tickets for Juicy Fest shows in Christchurch, Wellington, Auckland, Tauranga, Perth, Melbourne, and the Gold Coast can be secured from as little as $21.90 and paid off over 10 weeks for GA tickets. This same payment plan can be secured for VIP tickets from $34.90 a week and VVIP tickets from $100 a week. Fees apply, which can differ dependent on individual banks.

Unfortunately, this payment plan option is not available in Sydney. This is because the venue, Accor Stadium, has ticketing restrictions as part of their contract with Ticketek, which means they are unable to offer the 10-week Payment Plan. Afterpay is available for all Juicy Fest shows.

11 Jun 2024


Juicy Fest Queensland will return to Gold Coast’s Doug Jennings Park in 2025 – but rest assured we have introduced a number of improvements to alleviate traffic issues that troubled attendees in 2024.

We have taken all concerns regarding this venue into account and after considering multiple venues throughout Queensland and having many conversations with stakeholders, we have been unable to find another venue that can meet the requirements needed for Juicy Fest and its attendees.   We have worked very closely with all stakeholders including Doug Jennings Park management, traffic management, council and police to ensure a steady traffic flow in the area for Juicy Fest Queensland in 2025. After many hours of discussions we are confident this can be done.

Here are some of the changes being made to the 2025 Juicy Fest Gold Coast event to improve traffic flow:

  • Bus tickets are included the cost of the Juicy Fest Gold Coast ticket prices, meaning everyone with a ticket can access a free bus service.
  • The number of buses available will be able to over-cater to the number of attendees.
  • An improved traffic management plan proven to have been successful for other high-attendance events at the same venue.
  • There will be a dedicated area for ride share services and public drop-offs and pick-ups, that will not cross into the bus route.
  • We are looking at utilising alternative transportation options that are offered in the surrounding area.
  • Potential extension for gate opening time.

Juicy Fest is touring eight cities across New Zealand and Australia in January 2025. Here are the dates and locations:

  • January 8: Christchurch (Queen Elizabeth II Park)
  • January 10: Wellington, NZ
  • January 11: Auckland (Showgrounds)
  • January 12: Tauranga (Baypark)
  • January 15: Fremantle, WA,
  • January 17: Melbourne (Showgrounds)
  • January 18: Sydney (Accor Stadium)
  • January 19: Gold Coast (Doug Jennings Park) *Venues are subject to normal council approvals.