The Hills Are Alive 2015 Expands Amazing Lineup
Late last year the highly anticipated first lineup for the adored and exclusive The Hills Are Alive dropped, sending hopeful punters into an excited frenzy for the forthcoming music fest, and now three more acts have been added to the already stellar lineup.
The second announcement of acts sees comedic genius Jimeoin, Melbourne’s Theme Team, “the band that plays the songs from the TV shows you probably don’t even know you miss”, and South Gippsland’s own rock and roll stalwarts, Fossil Fuel.
These trio of artists join the existing group including Remi, Safia, Pierce Brothers, Spookyland, Jen Cloher and more which you can see below.
The seventh Hills Are Alive event is set to take place from Friday, 27th March till Sunday, 29th March. Those of you who’ve been lucky enough to attend in previous years will have noticed by now that for the first time in the gathering of friends of friends’ history, organisers have added a second night.
“To make this year’s shindig even more special we are super excited to announce that we have added a second night. That’s right folks, twice as many good vibes!” said organisers in a statement, and with a lineup that also includes the likes of Luca Brasi, Little Bastard, and Harts, the good vibes are sure to roll.
In keeping with the festival’s ‘friends-of-friends’ policy, in order to attend The Hills Are Alive 2015, you need to have been to a previous year’s event or be invited by another good-vibing friend who has, ensuring each year’s festival is a spectacular and familial, community-like event.
Readers can check below for the full Hills Are Alive 2015 lineup. Passes are on sale now through the Hills Are Alive mailing list. With all previous events selling out well in advance, you’d best try to track down ‘The Farmer’s Secret Password’ and grab your passes as soon as possible.
THE HILLS ARE ALIVE 2015
Joining the already announced…
The Lulu Raes
The Pretty Littles
The Scrimshaw Four
Real Slinger’s A to Z of Music
Friday, 27th March – Sunday, 29th March 2015
The Farm, South Gippsland VIC
Tickets: The Hills Are Alive
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