Sat 23 March

Tigerlily is one of Australia’s premier producers and DJs. The Sydney artist has earned a reputation for having one of the most electrifying shows around while also making the music to match. With over 10 years of experience in the industry, she’s proved herself to be a versatile, ever-evolving artist with a focus on driving the Australian electronic scene forward.

Voted Australia’s #1 Female DJ three years in a row, she’s one of the most in-demand producers both in her home country and globally. As well as playing some of the most esteemed clubs in the world from Las Vegas’ Hakkasan and LA’s Create Nightclub to Seoul’s Club Octagon and Washington D.C’s Echostage, she’s also graced the stage of the world’s biggest festivals including Lollapalooza, Ultra Music Festival and Tomorrowland. When she’s not performing on the MainStage, you can find Tigerlily spinning for global leaders and brands such as Amazon Prime, The F1 Grand Prix, Redbull, Adidas, Instagram, Samsung, Women’s Health, The Australian Open, Tom Ford and JBL Fest in Vegas (headlining JBL Fest 2022 with Doja Cat, Martin Garrix, The Kid Laroi and Bebe Rexha) and France. Tigerlily was one of the first in the world to perform at a Metaverse Sporting Event for The Australian Open in Decentraland alongside Steve Aoki and Masked Wolf.

Throughout the past decade, she’s gathered an impressive social media following of over 1.5 million and amassed an impressive collection of originals. Never one to stay in the same lane, she’s pushed herself forward with diverse sounds that often traverse boundary-breaking electro and feel-good pop. She now has an excess of 50 million streams globally and a #1 on Beatport as well as 100,000 monthly listeners on Spotify.

In addition to focusing on her DJ career, Tigerlily is an ambassador for JBL and Dyson. She is no stranger to the media, having featured in publications such as Vogue, Teen Vogue, Women’s Health, GQ, Cosmopolitan, Girlfriend and more. The DJ also runs a thriving podcast called Team Tiger Radio. The podcast has been airing for over 3 years and provides a platform for predominantly new, Australian- based talent to share their music and skills on the decks. The show generates an average of over 30,000 monthly unique listeners in more than 20 countries.