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Gurrumul performed as part of the Supersense Festival at Hamer Hall in Melbourne on Saturday 8 August 2015.

Gurrumul performed as part of the Supersense Festival at Hamer Hall in Melbourne on Saturday 8 August 2015.

Gurrumul Joins St Kilda Festival Line-up

by Paul Cashmere on January 5, 2016

in New Music,News

Gurrumul will perform at Australia’s largest free music festival, the St Kilda Festival, in February.

The St Kilda Festival is an annual event presented by the City of Port Phillip on the second Sunday of February. The event attracts over 400,000 people.

For the St Kilda Festival, the streets of St Kilda are closed to all traffic when the hottest Australian musicians play over ten music stages, while people of all ages are entertained with a vast range of performances, workshops and events, from kids’ entertainment to live wrestling, dance classes, community activities, buskers, food trucks and a whole lot more.

The St Kilda Festival will be on Sunday February 14, 2016.

St Kilda Festival 2016 line-up

Main Stage
The Beards
The Bombay Royale
Client Liaison
Echo Drama
Gurrumul
Hayden James
The Grates
Tuka

O’Donnell Gardens Stage
Bad//Dreems
Broadway Sounds
Furnace And The Fundamentals
The Harpoons
Ivan Ooze
Jaala
Mighty Duke & The Lords
Montaigne

Alfred Square Stage
Burundian Drummer Group of Victoria
Felix Riebl
Immigrant Union
Jakubi
Jess Riberiro
Robbie Miller
Yarwah

New Music Stage
Jericco
Lepers and Crooks
Mitch King
Neightbourhood Youth
Owen Rabbit
Reika
Rita Satch
Ry
Ryan Downey
The Tommyhawks

Live N Local Stage
Eloouor
Hey Frankie
High Nights
JackJackJack
Kings
Mangelwurzel
McRobin
The Pretty Littles
The Romeo Knights
The Ugly Kings

Belford Street Sounds
India Jade
Jake Fehily
Leanne Kingwell
The New Savages
Rebecca Cardamone
Simon Phillips
Timmy Knowles
Zac Goldberg

The Push Stage
Alice Ivy
Baro
Dex
Louis
Moss
Mother Culture

Songwriters Collective Stage
Alice Ivy
Baro
Dex
Louis
Moss
Mother Culture

GoJam Stage
Alma Danza
BK Rogers
Cocoa Noire
Flexi J
Jolyon Petch
Mood Machine
Teon Jay

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