Hometown Fest is Brisbane's newest premium music, arts and culture festival featuring 50 local and international acts over two days.
The genre-defying celebration of music and arts takes over Brisbane Showgrounds in November with a mix of free family daytime events and a paid visitors area at night.
Hometown Fest breaks down barriers between people and music by leaving all concerns about genre at the front gate. Instead, audiences will be treated to a live music showcase that embraces the Brisbane landscape and includes Doolie, Route 33, Electrik Lemonade, Brooke Schubert and Australian Idol Hayley Jensen.
The Visitors Arena will feature performances by CCMA award-winning Meghan Patrick, Walker Hayes, Parmalee, Andy Velo, Codie Prevost and Honey County, all taking the stage for a country-infused extravaganza.
Hometown Fest takes place at precincts including the Valley Stage where you can catch indie rockers San Mei, and also The Shed Stage with performances by Adam Eckersley Band and Hurricane Fall.
A nod to Expo '88, Expo Alley is a food and wine precinct, while Crossroads Park is the intersection where country meets pop and rock with a huge shade installation incorporating bars, food and picnic areas to take in performances by Fanny Lumsden and Brad Cox.
There's also a Kidzone with its own entertainment for the littlies featuring barn dancing with Farmer Bob.
Hometown Fest is on at Brisbane Showgrounds 23-24 November. Click here for ticket details and more information.
Hometown Fest 2019 Line-UpRoute 33
Adam Eckersley Band
The Legal Immigrants
Kid On A Leash
Ella & Sienna