Playing times for The Hills Are Alive revealed

The 9th annual The Hills Are Alive Festival has just announced its playing times, for what is shaping up to be an unmissable year. The idyllic music and comedy festival, set amongst rolling hills in South Gippsland, is a three-day celebration that is truly other worldly, with free camping, BYO, field games, street food, chill out areas, morning yoga, art installations and more.

Perhaps the most magical times to play, the coveted ‘sunset slots’, have been nabbed by Gretta Ray and Ocean Alley, with the night time party being driven by REMIDope LemonCloud Control, and Northeast Party House. There’s even a gumboot toss on the Sunday, with dreamy Amy Shark to nurse you through those sore heads.

We’ve received word from the hills that there are less than 200 tickets left until the event is completely sold out – with a lineup this tasty, those tickets won’t last long.


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