Meet Euroa Music Festival, the new one-day shindig celebrating outstanding new artists.
Victoria has just got a new music festival, and where do we get a ticket, because it’s looking like an absolute doozy. Going down on Saturday March 27, Euroa Music Festival will bring some of Australia’s most exciting artists to the charming heritage town nestled at the base of the Strathbogie Ranges.
The key takeaways
- Euroa Music Festival takes place on Saturday March 27
- A one-day music festival celebrating outstanding new artists
- Lineup features the likes of Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, Mildlife, Ainslie Wills, and more
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Euroa Music Festival has a very distinct mission, something which the festival has cleared outlined at their website. They aim “to provide music fans with a COVID safe live music festival experience”, and “provide emerging artists (both locally and more broadly) with an opportunity to perform at an amazing event, and to connect with peers”.
They also want to fill punters with the overwhelming ‘must come back’ feeling post event, while also promoting the beautiful township of Euroa in the process. As to the lineup, well it’s an absolute cracker, flaunting diversity and local excellence.
Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, Mildlife, Ainslie Wills, Donny Benet, Vaudeville Smash and The Fauves are the first names pulled from the bill. The likes of Jaguar Jonze, Merpire and Pinch Points are also set to perform.
What’s more, the festival will also look to hold free events in Euroa’s main street – from this you can expect art exhibits and other artist performances. There will also be heaps of tasty food, wine and beer – flaunting the best local produce on offer.
The team at Small Time Group have lent their hand to curate the lineup, yet the event is largely run by passionate members of Euroa, keen to electrify the popular Victorian town with new festivities.
Check out the full lineup below.
Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever
Jack Davies & The Bush Chooks
Freya Josephine Hollick
Euroa Music Festival goes down on Saturday March 27. Find out more and grab tickets here.
This article originally appeared on Beat.