In March next year, A festival called PANAMA will descend on Tasmania’s North Eastern forest ranges for their seventh annual event. Taking place over three days, March 6th, 7th and 8th, the camping festival will host a selection of the most visionary musicians and artists.
Today, the full lineup has been unveiled, and boy is it a slammer. Leading the charge is Julia Jacklin and Aldous Harding — two songwriters who delivered two of the most impressive albums of 2019, their sets are destined to be nothing short of blissful.
They’ll be joined by disco-meister Evelyn Champagne King and her Melbourne backing band Mondo Freaks, critically-lauded Americana hero Kevin Morby, subversive electro-punk duo Sleaford Mods and whole lot more.
The festival will also screen a session of the documentary, Her Sound, Her Story. The viewing will be complemented by a panel discussion led by the film’s director, Claudia Sangiorgi Dallimore.
The Great Panama Clothes Swap will also be taking place, so if complete reinvention is what you were after, it’s what you shall have.
Check out ‘Don’t Know How To Keep Loving You’ by Julia Jacklin:
A festival called PANAMA
Evelyn Champagne King + Mondo Freaks
Dyson Stringer Cloher
Slaughterhäus Surf Cult
‘her Sound Her Story’
The Kahlo Curie Cabaret Of Clowns Chaos And Curiosity
The Great Panama Clothes Swap
Friday, March 6th – Sunday, March 8th, 2020
Tickets are limited to 15000, sign up to the mailing list for best access.
Tickets go on sale from 9am AEDT on Saturday, November 9th