The Far East Music Festival will see the highly-anticipated return of Things of Stone and Wood playing as a duo, as well as the legendary street percussion parade.
Calling forth the spirit of healing through the transformative power of live music, The Far East Music Festival have released its second lineup announcement. Things of Stone and Wood, Delsinki & Sing a Song of Sixpence, Mpathsoul and more are set to join the previously announced Kee’ahn, Kutcha Edwards, The Grogans, Bones and Jones and more for an incredible weekend of music. It takes place on April 7 to 9, over the Easter long weekend.
What you need to know
- Far East Music Festival takes place in Mallacoota Victoria
- The homegrown festival is an all-ages event
- It takes place on the Easter weekend, from April 7 to 9
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This fledgling festival, born out of the ashes of a black summer, brings forth the green shoots of recovery and calls out to the healing spirit within us all.
Project partner and Songlines Music Aboriginal Corporation Co-CEO, Robbie Bundle says: “The entire human family needs nurturing and music is the channel for that. We are living through challenging times, particularly for young people. Their voices need to be heard. They need to be seen and recognised.”
“The beauty of the natural environment in Far East Gippsland has always been personified by the people who reside there, and how they protect the Country they live in – expressed so eloquently over many years through music, art and culture.”
Far East Music Festival lineup
- The Grogans
- Kutcha Edwards
- Charlie Needs Braces
- Blue Moon Marquee (Canada)
- Bones & Jones
- The Figmentz
- A Country Practice
- The Chordroys
- Kristin Rule
- Ryley Gray
- Isy Warren + Airly Embleton-Mew
- Things of Stone & Wood (Duo)
- Delsinki & Sing a Song of Sixpence
- Black Satin
- Ketzia Wood & Band
- White Chocolate Diva Divine & Da Funk
- FarOut, Nikea Brooks-Hayes & Dre Wicks
- Sean McGuinness
- Olivia Lay
- Dallas Gray
- Sue Ray, Tomassi + Old Mate
It all goes down over the weekend of April 7 to 9. Grab tickets to the first Easter festival held in Far East Gippsland in a long, long while by heading here.