St. Kilda Festival Reveals Its Full Lineup -
Cash Savage and the Last Drinks

Cash Savage and the Last Drinks

St. Kilda Festival Reveals Its Full Lineup

by Tim Cashmere on January 7, 2020

in News

The legendary St. Kilda Festival has revealed an awesome list of artists to celebrate its 40th anniversary.

This year’s main stage will be graced by Cash Savage and the Last Drinks, Kylie Auldist, The Kite String Tangle, Stonefield, Port Royal, Busby Marou and Hot Dub Time Machine.

On the smaller O’Donnell Gardens Stage, you’ll find soul-choir The Rebelles, Yergurl, Jade Imagine and Remi.

The Black Sorrows, Horns of Leroy (feat. Thando) and Mama Kin Spender are taking over the Alfred Square stage.

Up at the Fitzroy Street stage Zoe Fox and the Rocket Clocks, Teenage Dads, Huntly and Dallas Woods will do their thing.

At the Little Catani stage, you’ll find an indigenous focus with Mal Webb and Kylie Morrigan, The Indigenous Arts Project, Pirritu, Bumpy and “kid-friendly” band The Haploids.

They join the previously announced New Music Stage lineup of Face Face, Juno Disco, Mikhaell, The Hunter Express, Dr. Sure’s Unusual Practice, Hannah Kate, Messy Mammals, Bad Bangs, Francesca Gonzales and RAT!Hammock.

The 40th anniversary of St. Kilda Festival will take place on Sunday, February 9. It has taken place on the second Sunday of every February since 1980.

Check out The Rebelles below:

…and a bit of Cash Savage while you’re at it:

Chuck in some Horns of Leroy w/ Thando for good measure:

Finally, some Hot Dub Time Machine party vibes:

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