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St. Kilda Festival 2013 Full Lineup

Written by Marc Zanotti on January 7, 2013

St. Kilda Festival has revealed its extensive lineup for 2013. Taking place from Saturday, February 2 to Sunday, February 10, St. Kilda Festival will host an extraordinary array of talent over the week-long event.

Australia’s largest free music festival, St. Kilda Festival offers a diverse variety of entertainment, such as the celebration of Torres Strait and Aboriginal Islander arts, music and culture – Yalukit Wilum Ngargee.

The St Kilda Festival’s Live N Local program, showcases emerging local talent, as restaurants, shops and live music venues provide the stage for upcoming grassroots musicians and artists. Festival Sunday is the final day and will have some of Australia’s finest acts on offer with the likes of Oh Mercy, Pez, Ash Grunwald, Bluejuice, While the City Sleeps, and Eagle & the Worm.

For a festival that looked in danger of shutting down a few months back in September, St. Kila Festival 2013 looks to be one of the definitive music and arts events of the year.

Festival Sunday (Final Day) – Full Program

Cat Empire – Just announced

While The City Sleeps
Peter Combe & The Quirky Berserkey Newspaper Mama Band
Oh Mercy
Ash Grunwald

Royal Jelly Dixieland Band
Eagle & The Worm
Grey Ghost
Hiatus Kaiyote
The Cactus Channel
Loon Lake
Northeast Party House
Kylie Auldist

Thelma Plum
Madre Monte
Kutcha Edwards
Patou Powell & The Ska Vendors
The Quarry Mountain Dead Rats
Mojo Juju
Abbie Cardwell & The Chicano Rockers

Buckley Ward
Shaun Kirk
Warning Birds
Roscoe James Irwin (Tin Pan Orange/The Cat Empire)
The Twoks
Stillwater Giants
Client Liaison
Sub Atari Knives

Elysium Fields
Stereo King
The Vitriols
Electric War Babies

Tash Sultana
Kerryn Fields
Michelle Meehan
Justin Ossher
Jack Griffin
Charlie Smyles
Justin Love Band
Jess Hieser Band
Cat Jump Road

Nathan Olson
Eddie Stephens vs. Damon Walsh
Torren Foot vs. Luke Montgomery
Jody McLeod
Rural ka Band
Nick Kennedy vs. Jack Talbot
Holly-J vs. Juicy

Yalukit Wilum Ngargee Program

Archie Roach
Kutcha Edwards
Lady Lash
Dewayne Everettsmith
Koori Tiddas Youth Choir
Dhungala Children’s Choir and Friends
The Skin Choir
Bush Tucker Gardening

Live N Local

Saturday, 2nd February

Jenny Biddle,
Bianca and Van
Eliza Hull
Oz Locos
Ben Salter

Monday, 4th February

Monte Diamonte’s Drag Show,
Divina Providencia
Superdarling Trio

Tuesday, 5th February

Zoe Ryan
Alex Watts & the Foreign Tongue
Cookin’ on 3 Burners feat. Kylie Auldist
The Moment Pops
Riki and the Rants
Jake Jackson
Little Wise playing
Felix Bar Comedy

Wednesday, 6th February

Ella Hooper
Candice Monique and the Optics
Emmy Bryce
Nicolette Forte and Friends
Return to Youth, Spacecadet Lullabies
Lauren Elizabeth
Baberaham Lincoln
Ryan Coffey
Brooklyn’s Finest
Second Hand Heart
Spear Brittany
Pretty Dulcie
The Scarlets

Thursday, 7th February

Open Jam Night
The Sideshow Brides
Luke Legs and The Midnight Specials
City vs. Country
Echo Drama
Ships Piano
The Red Lights
The Corsairs
The Pretty Littles
Dirty F
She Said You
Digital Water
Destroy She Said

Friday, 8th February

Eliza Hull
Sam and Felix
Dancing Heals
Brighter at Night
Fierce Mild
Mix Method
The Lawnton Bowls Club
The Vendettas
The Spinset
The Go Set
Mini Velevska
Mattriks & the B.O.K.
Verbal Tactics
Blunt Paper Massive

Saturday, 9th February

Rachel by the Stream
Jenny Biddle
Centre and the South
Monique Brumby

Sunday, 10th February (Final Day)

The Refunds
John Flanagan and the Begin Agains
Dirt River Radio
Belle Roscoe
Soul Safari
Kashmere Club
Better than the Wizards

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