Melbourne just scored another new annual music festival.
The festivals are rolling in one after the other and things are seriously looking up for the summer festival season.
Joining the slew of announcements, Keep It Together Festival is the latest cab off the rank, offering you the perfect solution to cure your post-Christmas Day blues!
Keep up with all the latest music news, reviews and interviews here.
Going down on Boxing Day at the Port Melbourne Industrial Centre for the Arts, the summer festival will be headlined by The Veronicas. Australia’s pop-punk queens proved at Good Things in 2019 why their live show is larger than life – their ‘Untouched’ wall of death antics sending the crowd into a spin.
The festival will also see the likes of artist-producer Havana Brown, electro icons Stafford Brothers, Discovery Daft Punk Tribute, Feenixpawl, Horizon, DJ Kitty Kat, Morning Maxwell, Omar Dean, Renee Naccari and Sarah Kabbani. Alongside the music on offer, Keep It Together will also feature art installations, market stalls, food trucks and carnival rides.
“Bringing you a brand new festival, a brand new venue – a brand new beginning. It’s been a tough few years – we all feel it. That’s why we reckon it’s time for an experience like no other – the ultimate welcome back party,” the festival says.
“Keep It Together is all about Australian music, that feeling of meeting your mates on the dancefloor with a cold drink in your hand, and ultimately – a massive celebration.”
Keep It Together goes down on December 26 from 12pm at Port Melbourne Industrial Centre for the Arts. Pre-sale ticket registration is open now, with general public tickets on-sale Wednesday, November 3. Festival-goers will need to be double vaccinated.