Tastemaker festival The Hills are Alive is back in 2019, blooming in the hills of beautiful South Gippsland, Victoria from Friday 29 to Sunday 31 March, for what is set to be their most epic edition yet!
Heading up the three-day festivities is Australian indie pop royalty, Vera Blue, who will come armed with her latest album ‘Perennial’, an intensely personal record that traces the often circular pathways between love and loss, seamlessly synthesising her folk past with her bold pop future.
While the full lineup with be released real soon, there’s also a range of other features to enjoy, including the Tiny Rave Cave, Bar at the Edge of the World, yoga, an old school bus serving scones and lemonade, karaoke, seriously competitive ping pong and HILLarious comedians.
Staying true to their roots, tickets for The Hills Are Alive’s 11th year throw-down will include camping, plus it’s BYO so pack ya tinnies!
Tickets on sale now.