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With the announcement a couple of weeks ago that indie-pop queen Vera Blue would be taking the headline slot at next year’s The Hills Are Alive Festival, and pre-sale tickets subsequently selling out, we’ve been eagerly awaiting more news as to who will be making up the rest of the bill. Now, the wait is over, with a delicious looking roster of Aussie acts.
Joining Vera Blue at The Farm in South Gippsland over the last weekend of March are rock and rollers Kingswood, indie-folk act Didirri, Sydney rapper Kwame, Ceres, Tia Gostelow, PLANET and more. Plus the BYO festival also has loads of other non-musical activities including field games, competitive ping pong, street food, chill out areas, late night DJ’s, art installations, morning yoga.
Peep the full lineup below, and remember tickets to The Hills Are Alive have sold out to every year so far, so you’d better get in quick – tickets and info here.