Some of Australia’s most impressive new artists – including Tired Lion, Ruby Fields, Polish Club and Didirri – will play the stage at the second annual Grampians Music Festival.
Setting up in one of Australia’s most picturesque national parks next February, the three-day Grampians Music Festival is one to mark on the calendar, especially with this massive lineup that was just announced.
With a focus on the best up and coming Australian music, the festival will play host to the likes of Polish Club, Tired Lion, Ruby Fields, Heaps Good Friends, Localles, Jarrow, SAATSUMA and Didirri.
Joining the ranks of these superstar headliners are IV League, Fountaineer, Greta Stanley, Crepes, The Scrims, Rowena Wise, Phia, Zac Saber, Jack the Fox Band, Elki, Opal Ocean and Angelo Migyi. What a collection of amazing acts for a weekend to remember.
A highlight of next year’s festival is the ‘Best in the West’ Friday night program. Headed by Melbourne’s self-described sombre-folk dandy Didirri, Melbourne-via-Ballarat Crepes and Bendigo’s Fountaineer, the night will feature all western Victorian artists and showcase the region’s distinctive, exciting and above all, supremely talented acts.
The Friday program is the perfect start to the three day festival and you won’t want to miss a single day, especially with Heaps Good Friends, SAATSUMA and Polish Club heading Saturday festivities and Sunday featuring Jarrow, Ruby Fields and Tired Lion.
There will be an array of great food from local food vendors including South African street food, Turkish gozleme and wood-fired pizza to keep you fuelled well into the night. With good food and good music, also come great beverages, with a selection of Blue Pyrenees wines, Prickly Moses beers and ciders and gin cocktails from Patient Wolf. Yum!
Running from February 2 – 4 in Halls Gap and surrounded by insane views of mountain ranges, the intimate affair is limited to 2,500 punters.
From powerful pop songstress, ELKI to garage rockers, IV League, music lovers from across the country will be treated to new sounds from a diverse lineup of Australian artists.
A sunny weekend away with mates and music. A showcase of the best new bands making music all over the country. Local produce, beer and wine. Big mountains, huge sounds and a beautiful, chilled-out vibe for three days. What’s not to love?
Tickets are on sale now via Eventbrite.com. For more information, inspiration or important info you can check out the website grampiansmusicfestival.com