Don't say we didn't warn you. Over the past week, we've had New Years announcements coming outta everywhere - Childish Gambino headlining Falls, Chance The Rapper headlining Beyond The Valley, and this morning we've been treated to another wonderful festival line up.
Hosted on their family farm 90 minutes out of Melbourne, the 3-day boutique festival NYE on the Hill is back again. Sporting names like The Preatures, Pierce Brothers, Tash Sultana, The Bennies and more, punters can expect 3 days and 2 nights of great music, food and vibes. Featuring the beautiful Edge Of The World Bar - a bar that sits over the edge of a hill with the most glorious sunset each night, attendees also have the carefree option of bringing their own alcohol to the festival. Win-win. Tickets are limited to a small 2500, and it sells out every year, so get in early to secure your tickets. Check out the line-up below
The Preatures / Pierce Brothers / Tash Sultana / The Bennies / Dylan Joel / L-FRESH The LION / The Belligerents / Sex on Toast / Mosquito Coast / Columbus / CAMP COPE / Ceres / Oh Pep! / Mesa Cosa / 30/70 / friendships /ADKOB / Man Made Mountain / The Fabric / Alice Ivy / Theme Team / The Outdoor Type / Horace Bones / Jamatar / Dream Fatigue / + More to be Announced
Images via NYE on the Hill
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