Ring in 2019 South Gippsland style with NYE On The Hill, from the same folks behind Victorian festival The Hills Are Alive.
The three-day, two-night festival has been be held at The Farm since 2012, the very same South Gippsland venue where The Hills Are Alive takes place annually in March.
Australian punks The Smith Street Band are set to headline the festival, alongside psych-rock Perth natives Psychedelic Porn Crumpets who will be hot off the back of a European tour.
Providing the groove will be African poet and singer-songwriter Sampa The Great, who has seen a meteoric rise to fame in the past year.
The Kite String Tangle, aka one-man wonder Danny Harley, is also set to boogie his way into the new year at The Farm, having had an explosive 2018 which included yet another national tour, this time supporting for Flight Facilities.
Brisbane icons of garage rock, Last Dinosaurs have also been added to the line-up – not long after releasing the first single, 'Eleven', off their highly-anticipated (not to mention long-awaited) upcoming album.
Singer-songwriters Jess Locke, Eliott and Maddy May will all be bringing their unique flavours of folk, all infused with a little something special.
With pre-sale tickets having been snapped up in under a minute and a strict 2,700 person capacity, NYE On The Hill is not to be missed.
Tickets go on sale from 9am Thursday 9 August. Click here for more information.
NYE On The Hill takes place at The Farm (Victoria) 30-31 December.
NYE On The Hill 2018 Line-upThe Smith Street Band
The Kite String Tangle
Sampa The Great
Psychedelic Porn Crumpets
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