If you’re in need of a dreamy and unique boutique music festival to keep you cool calm and collected this summer, then consider yourself lucky kid, you’ve hit the jackpot with Grampians Music Festival. The second year of this soiree strikes somewhere between intimate, unified and beautifully crafted, consider it a spectacular affair with just the right amount of frivolity. Being held from the 2-4 of February 2018 at Halls Gap, you’ll be transfixed within a music utopia at arguably the most beautiful location in Victoria, featuring some of the most talented artists this country has to offer.
Let your ears be soothed by Polish Club, the Sydney based duo who are synonymous with dreamy soulful-rock tunes you can listen to with the wind in your hair and your worries left behind. They sound just like eating a frosty fruit down at the beach. Their debut album Alright Already is a delicious precursor to both their exponential success and your unequivocal good time at GMF. Here, have a taste:
Slow things down with Tired Lion the Perth based band who will have you feeling all kinds of nostalgic about every warm summer night you’ve ever had. After winning Triple J’s Unearthed competition in 2015, and subsequentially the hearts of Australia, this indie rock quartet are just the right ingredient to the festivals already fantastic lineup.
Melbourne based electronic duo SAATSUMA are also headlining the music festival, offering a different texture to the 3-day event if you feel you’re in need of some smooth synthesizers and ambient vocals. The team which comprises Memphis Kelly and Cesar Rodrigues have shared a stage with the likes of Thelma Plum, Vera Blue, and PNAU, and offer the perfect amount of smooth flavour to a salty ensemble of artists.
Other artists you can expect to see at Grampians Music Festival include Ruby Fields, Heaps Good Friends, Localles, Fountaineer, Jarrow, IV League, and Greta Stanley. Check out the full line up and grab tickets to Grampians Music Festival here. See you in the mountains.