Organisers of Victorian rural festival The Hills Are Alive have just announced dates for the 2018 edition of their annual event.
2018 commemorates the 10th birthday of the festival, and organisers are promising a celebration that will make it the most memorable year yet.
The 10th anniversary edition of The Hills Are Alive will take place between Friday, 23rd> and Sunday, 25th March 2018, in its traditional location at The Farm, just over an hour and a half from Melbourne.
No longer is the festival only accessible for those in the know to purchase a ticket, and no longer are there only 12 bands playing like there were in 2009. There are some traditions that The Hills Are Alive 2018 will stay true to though, like a limited release of 2,000 tickets only to keep the intimate, personal vibe that the festival has become known for.
This year’s The Hills Are Alive lineup featured the likes of Cloud Control, Dope Lemon, REMI, Northeast Party House, Amy Shark and Gretta Ray. Next year’s lineup is still to be announced, so stay tuned to Music Feeds for all the latest.
The Hills Are Alive 2018
Friday, 23rd — Sunday, 25th March
The Farm, Victoria