The Lost Lands have dropped their juicy lineup for 2019

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The Lost Lands have dropped their juicy lineup for 2019

Victorian music festival The Lost Lands is back for 2019 and today they have dropped their juicy lineup.

Joining previously announced hip hop star Baker Boy, The Lost Lands have just added English indie rock legends Gomez, soul sisters Vika & Linda Bull, electro rock icons Regurgitator, songwriter & poet Sampa The Great, indie rock band Holy Holy, Japan’s pop punk outfit Shonen Knife, Rolling Blackouts CF, Melbourne Ska Orchestra and more!

Amazing tunes aren’t the only thing on offer for festival lovers, with fun performances, installations, arts programs and magical ‘Lands’ to explore. Artistic Director, Ian Pidd has planned a spellbinding celebration of creativity, finding surprising and wonderful things for the Arts & Wonder program. Expect lots of hands-on activities, delightful artists and shows you’ve never heard of, and plenty of well-known acts too.

Alongside the cracking lineup for 2019, this year the festival has truly stepped it up, expanding into a three-day event, when it returns to the magnificent gardens of the Werribee Mansion Melbourne Cup Weekend on 1-3 November 2019.

As the brainchild of Simon Daly and Mella Morgan, a husband and wife duo, who collectively founded and ran The Falls Music & Arts Festival for 20 years, The Lost Lands is a magical experience where families can dance, unleash their creativity and enjoy breathtaking performances together.

Commenting on the announcement, Simon said “We’re thrilled to present The Lost Lands for a 3rd year. We’re especially excited to offer a diverse music and arts program that will delight folks of all ages.”

Mella added, “The Lost Lands is a welcoming space for people to come together and share meaningful experiences. A natural wonderland where kids and adults can escape digital screens and connect with each other.”

The three-day event is the ultimate festival for big and little folk to escape the ordinary and discover a wondrous world of imaginative performances, installations and workshops.

Check the vid below.

Tickets are available through and are on sale from 9am, Friday 3rd May.
Zip Pay will be available for those who wish to layby tickets.