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2017 St Kilda Festival Lineup Announced

Melbourne’s St Kilda Festival has announced who will be gracing its stages in 2017 for its latest free event.

Organisers have lined up an impressive array of Aussie talent for this year’s bill, covering both the old and new with many eclectic names.

Rapper Drapht will lead the main stage alongside Brisbane songstress Emma Louise and festival favourites The Smith Street Band. Aussie’s will rejoice at the sight of Daryl Braithwaite‘s name on the lineup, which will no doubt result in the biggest singalong of the day.

Elsewhere on the bill there’s The Aston Shuffle, Archie Roach, Gretta Ray, Polish Club and Ecca Vandal, with the action spread out over eight stages.

The New Music Stage had already been announced with newcomers WALLACE, Two Can and more already locked into to play the festival.

It’s all set to go down on 12th February 2017, with 400,000 people expected to take to St Kilda to check out the action.

Check out the full program below.

Watch: Drapht – ‘Mexico’ (Feat. Dune Rats)

St Kilda Festival 2017 Lineup

Main Stage

Mitch King

Clairy Browne

Archie Roach

The Smith Street Band

Daryl Braithwaite

Emma Louise


The Aston Shuffle (DJ Set)

O’Donnell Gardens Stage



Gretta Ray

Tiny Little Houses

Bec Sandridge

The Cactus Channel

Polish Club

Ecca Vandal

Alfred Square Stage

Sol Nation

The Melbourne Rebetiko Ensemble

Spectres of Love

Lamine Sonko & The African Intelligence

Mau Power

Ainslie Wills


New Music Stage


Georgia Mulligan

Smoke Rings

David Spry

Thom Lion & The Tamers


The Harlots

Two Can

Sugar Fed Leopards


Live N Local Stage

The Vibraphonic Orkestra


Delsinki Records & Brooke Taylor

Aimee Francis

That Gold Street Sound


Horace Bones

Ras Jahknow

The Hunted Crows

Busy Kingdom

Songwriters Collective

Raynard Creegan

Damien Van de Geer

Jane Sea

Mathew Hooler

Tim’s myth


Jess Hieser

Andrew Loadsman

Ben Smith Band

Push Stage

Freeza Push Start Competition

Hollie Joyce

Alex Biggs



Bleeding Knees Club

Kidzone Stage

Pevan & Sarah


Dino Train

Little Feet Music

Dreamworks Movie Trolls

The Chipolatas

Chanelle Davis

Melbourne Tap Dance

St Kilda Festival 2017

Sunday, 12th February 2017

St Kilda, Melbourne

Tickets: Free

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