Cloud Control and Dope Lemon revealed as first two acts for The Hills Are Alive 2017

The Hills Are Alive always ensures its punters and artists are in for a good time and for their March 2017 edition, it’s looking like the organisers are heading into another stellar festival. Announced this morning, Cloud Control and Dope Lemon will be appearing at Hill next year, while the festival expands to include a new Comedy Stage.

It’s been a minute since we’ve seen Cloud Control headline, so this announcement is a very welcome one, while Angus Stone‘s new project in Dope Lemon has been impressing live audiences right around the country over the last few months. To get a taste of the Dope Lemon sound, check out “Marinade” below:

Tickets for The Hills Are Alive are on sale from December 1st at $169 (plus booking fees). Tickets include free camping. More artist and festival announcements are coming soon but in the meantime, stay up to date by visiting

The Hills Are Alive is a BYO alcohol festival, while licensed bars and food will also be available. It runs out in South Gippsland, Victoria from March 24th – 26th.


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