Shepparton’s huge all ages music festival returns.
Following a successful debut year back in 2019 and its unfortunate postponement in 2020 due to the COVID pandemic, regional music festival Land of Plenty has announced it will be back bigger and better in 2021.
The key takeaways
- The all-ages music festival Land of Plenty is back for 2021
- The lineup will be revealed on March 24
- The festival takes place at the Shepparton Showgrounds on Saturday 3oth October
The all-ages music festival stamped its debut with a mega lineup of national talent, including hip hop superstar Illy, Sydney coast boys Ocean Alley, alongside Briggs, Alex The Astronaut, Slowly Slowly, Ocean Grove, Tones and I, Eliott, DRMNGNOW, Jack Botts, Heard Instinct Collective, Pick of the Crop winner, Charlie Mccosh and straight fire sets from killer DJs.
Returning to the Shepparton Showgrounds on Saturday 3oth October (Melbourne Cup Weekend), the single-day festival promises to once again feature a stack of all-star bands and artists, plus a truly wholesome and exciting atmosphere for music-lovers of all ages with art displays, market stalls, gourmet food vans, carnival rides and stacks more. There is no word yet on who’ll be gracing the lineup for 2021 – which will be announced March 24 – but all we know is there’ll be a diverse range of genres from hip hop, through to rock and indie, with the all-star headlining acts featuring loads of times in previous triple j Hottest 100 countdowns.
This good news arrives as the music industry embarks on its road to recovery and is exactly what we needed right now!
“Following a challenging 12 months for everyone we really want fans, music lovers and festival-goers to have something exciting to look forward to,” the festival revealed.
“It’s great to see outdoor live music starting to make a return to Victoria and if things keep heading in the right direction Land of Plenty will go ahead on Saturday 30th October and we can’t wait to welcome everyone to Shepparton for another day of music, dancing and fun times.”
The festival goes down at the Shepparton Showgrounds on Saturday, October 30. Pre-sale tickets go on-sale this Friday, March 19. These are the cheapest tickets you’ll be able to get to the event and are likely to sell out quickly. Register at the website.