Cloud Control To Headline The Hills Are Alive 2017 -
Cloud Control - Photo By Ros O'Gorman

Cloud Control - Photo By Ros O'Gorman

Cloud Control To Headline The Hills Are Alive 2017

by Paul Cashmere on November 23, 2016

in News

Cloud Control will headline Gippsland’s The Hills Are Alive festival for 2017.

The Hills Are Alive is the three-day music festival in March in eastern Victoria.

Angus Stone’s Dope Lemon is the other act announced for the 2017 event.

The complete ‘Hills 2017 First Line-Up Announce’ will be revealed on Wednesday the 30th November with tickets going on sale the next day, Thursday 1st December.

Tickets for The Hills Are Alive 2017 will be $169 (+BF) and include two-nights free camping, BYO alcohol, licensed bars, over THIRTY bands and comedians, street cart food, chill-out areas, late night DJs, art installations, morning yoga and more.

The Hills Are Alive is on March 24, 25 and 26, 2016.
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