Dorsal Fins, Meraki Minds and Telenova lead the second lineup for Loch Hart Music Festival
04.08.2021

Dorsal Fins, Meraki Minds and Telenova lead the second lineup for Loch Hart Music Festival

Dorsal Fins by Izzie Austin

The boutique Victorian festival takes place 19-21 November 2021

Just when you thought Loch Hart Music Festival couldn’t get any better, the bunch of legends are giving starved festival lovers something to well and truly look forward to with their second lineup announcement.

The key takeaways

  • Loch Hart Music Festival expands lineup
  • The festival has added the likes of Dorsal Fins, Meraki Minds, Libby Steel and more
  • The festival takes place 19-21 November 2021

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Joining the likes of Bad//Dreems, The Spaghetti Stains, KYE and Sunnyside in the festival’s first announcement, this festival-ready region will also welcome the likes of Melbourne’s motley pop crew of best mates and musical geniuses, Dorsal Fins; new Melbourne trio comprising members of Miami Horror and Slum Sociable, Telenova; Surf Coast alt-pop artist Libby Steel; and Ballarat’s Meraki Minds, a five-piece indie-pop band renowned for their electric stage presence, dreamy guitars, and harmonious female vocalists driven by groovy bass and drums.

Rounding out the second announcement is Darwin’s infectious indie-rocker Stevie Jean, Melbourne psych-rock four-piece Washed Up Wizards and the well-loved PBS FM brekky host and beat scientist, DJ Milo Eastwood.

These acts, with even more to be announced, are all set to perform in the small scenic town of Princetown when the festival makes its anticipated return for summer, after an involuntary break in 2020.

With three days of body-moving music, in addition to locally-sourced craft beers and culinary delights, comedy, yoga, arts and crafts and more in the laid-back surrounds of Loch Hart Music Festival 2021 – after more than a year without such pleasures – you’d be mad to miss it.

Loch Hart Music Festival returns to Victoria’s iconic Great Ocean Road from 19-21 November 2021. If the festival’s Presale launch is anything to go by, make sure to snap up your First Release Tickets ASAP. You can purchase those here.