Boogie Festival to go ahead this Easter, revealing star-studded local lineup for its final incarnation
15.03.2021

Boogie Festival to go ahead this Easter, revealing star-studded local lineup for its final incarnation

Photo by Steve Benn

Featuring Angie McMahon, Bones and Jones, Mildlife, RVG and more.

Following last year’s cancellation, Boogie Festival has been given the green light to go ahead this Easter, announcing the good news today alongside this year’s huge lineup.

The key takeaways

  • Boogie Festival set to go ahead this Easter
  • The event will feature the likes of Angie McMahon, Bones and Jones, Mildlife, RVG and more.
  • The sold-out festival in April will be its final incarnation

Keep up with the latest festival news via our website.

With the 14th instalment of Boogie Festival set to go ahead on April 2 to 4, 2021 for the festival’s final incarnation (after being postponed from 2020’s Melbourne Cup long weekend a result of the ongoing disruptions caused by COVID-19), the sold-out event has dropped a mammoth list of musical heroes who are due to grace the hills of Tallarook at ‘Our Friend’s Farm’ this year.

Featuring an all-Aussie edition, the festival will see the likes of Angie McMahon, Ausecuma Beats, The Beans, BITCH DIESEL, Mildlife, Bones and Jones, THE BUSH and Cable Ties take to the stage, with appearances also from Cash Savage and The Last Drinks, Kee’ahn, CHEEKY GEEZERS, CLAMM, RVG, EVEN the band, Fenn Wilson, Floodlights, Hayley Mary and more.

The news comes following the last-minute approval of the event’s COVID safe plan.

All purchased tickets will remain valid for this event, however, punters who are no longer able to attend can access refunds up until March 22, 2021.

Boogie Festival will go ahead at Our Friend’s Farm, Tallarook from April 2-4 2021. Visit the website for more information.