Earlier this week organiser's announced the family of acts had grown by two dozen, acts set to be joining an already mesmerising line up of one Australia's most iconic festivals include:
Nina Las Vegas
These acts will be joining The Kooks, Flume, Angus & Julia Stone, Alex Lahey, Daryl Braithwaite on December the 28th - Jan 1st. The 28th will see thousands of punters returning to the festival grounds for day 1 of the 4 day music and end of year celebration.
Many extra eyes will be on the festival this year after last years stampede which saw several festival goers injured after the DMA's set. Putting that incident aside, this years festival is looking to be an absolute ripper!
P.S. Can we get a hell yeah! For all the South Aus bands set to take on the stage this year!
All images via Falls Music and Arts Facebook
Heath Dalziel is off to compete in the National Coffee Brewers Cup at the Melbourne International Coffee Expo this weekend!
Take centre-stage and embrace Glenelg's 'Open-Air Cinema'.
Well, it's finally over. Can you believe it? As always, the 2018 Festival season has sped by and we are ready to head into a temporary hibernation.
Sydney Jazz artist Emma Pask delighted the crowd at The Garden's Spielgeltent.
A couple razer blades and a flame thrower shy of being a thrilling magic show.
Heaps good band, Heaps Good Friends, drop heaps good EP!
A Tribute to Unplugged is a beautiful homage to a show that changed the music scene.
He continued to blur the lines between what had been rehearsed and what was a product of spontaneity, leaving you feeling like you knew the guy, not just his routine.
Filling up the tent like a warm hug from an old friend, the timing and dynamics clicked between every member of the band.
In 'Skeleton', Demi has ditched the conventions of stand up comedy to create something quirky and at times intentionally cringe.