Four Tet, Dixon & Âme and DJ Harvey are among the dozens of names announced for the Victorian camping festival in March.
Four Tet, DJ Harvey, Charlotte de Witte and a six-hour back-to-back DJ set from Dixon and Âme are a few highlights from the 45-strong list of names slated to play the four-day camping festival's third edition, beginning March 8th in rural Western Victoria. Joining them will be Optimo, Sven Väth, Roman Flügel, Dasha Rush, Courtesy, Anthony Naples, Dr. Rubinstein, Job Jobse, Baba Stiltz, Dusky, Eclair Fifi, Palms Trax, Denis Sulta, tINI, Perc, Horse Meat Disco, Oliver Huntemann, Michael Mayer and Marvin & Guy.
Acts performing live include Recondite, Ross From Friends, Perel, Oliver Schories, Monolink and Tim Engelhardt, while homegrown talent comes in the form of Mall Grab, Retiree, Toni Yotzi, 30/70, Merve, Total Giovanni, Milan Ring, Made in Paris and Banoffee. More Australian names are still to come.
They will all join previously announced acts Daniel Avery, Avalon Emerson and David August out in Mafeking near the Grampians mountain range, a few hours west of Melbourne's CBD.
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