The Hills Are Alive is back for another year of celebrating good vibes, community spirit, and underground music. ‘Victoria’s fave tastemaker’ is pulling out all of the stops for what is lining up to be their biggest spectacle yet.
The annual hootenanny boasts three days and two nights at its idyllic venue – The Farm. A mere ten minutes driving from Loch Village or an hour and a half’s drive from Melbourne, The Farm is deeply connected with the history and journey of the festival.
To fully understand the festival’s journey its necessary to rewind back to 2009. Two brothers shared a dream and subsequently transformed their family farm into a “boutique music and camping festival for good-vibing, music-loving folk.” The roster has significantly increased, from what started as a 12-act bill, playing to family and friends, now brags over 30 artists and comedians.
Whilst growth has been exponential, The Hills Are Alive’s ‘community vibe’ ethos has stood the test of time. Camping, dancing, and sharing drinks with mates and welcome strangers is what they’re all about. The Hills Are Alive is committed to unplugging you from life’s monotony and encouraging you to sit back, relax, and look up at the sunset.
The line up this year boasts some of Australia’s big hitters. ‘Vera Blue’ ‘Kwame’ ‘Kingswood’ ‘Didirri ‘Ceres’ ‘Good Doogs’ ‘The Northern Folk’ ‘IV League’ to name a few, in addition to comedians ‘Bec Melrose’ ‘Aaron Gocs’ ‘Marcus Ryan’ will all be taking their place upon the hill.
The Hills Are Alive has sold out every single year so far and expect 2019 to be no different. First in best dressed for the 2000 tickets priced at a very reasonable $219. Snapping up early bird tickets or sussing ‘The Farmer’s Secret Password’ entitles revellers to a 10% discount. Expect field games, street cart food, chill out areas, the mystery bus, morning yoga, and so much more.
If you haven’t booked off 23, 24 and 25 March already, get your requests in fast!
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See the full THAA lineup here