What’s the best way to bring in the new year? If you said listening to music while chilling with mates, then you might want to start thinking about this year’s edition of NYE On The Hill, which dropped a stunning lineup this morning.

Following last weeks announcement that The Smith Street Band are set to headline this year’s NYE On The Hill festival, organisers have now let slip a huge amount of names that will be heading along to The Farm over the new year period.

Featuring the likes of The Kite String Tangle, Sampa The Great, Last Dinosaurs, and Slowly Slowly, keen festivalgoers are set to receive a musical experience that they won’t soon forget. Throw in the likes of Psychedelic Porn Crumpets, Hollow Coves, KAIIT, Mildlife, and Jess Locke, and things just keep on getting better.

But that’s not all though, because NYE On The Hill have also managed to snag some of the best Unearthed talent in the country for the fest as well, including Adrian Eagle, CLEWS, DIET, and Maddy May. Needless to say, if it’s awesome tunes you’re after, you don’t have to look far.

Tickets are set to go on sale on Thursday morning at 9am, but you might want to be quick, because early bird tickets managed to sell out in the minuscule time period of one minute. With a strict 2,700 person capacity, these tickets aren’t going to last long, so if you’re keen on spending NYE in the company of some of Australia’s best musical talents, you might want to set your alarm nice and early.

Check out The Smith Street Band’s ‘Death To The Lads’:

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NYE On The Hill 2018 Lineup

The Smith Street Band
The Kite String Tangle
Sampa The Great
Last Dinosaurs
Slowly Slowly
Psychedelic Porn Crumpets
Hollow Coves
Jess Locke
Tyne-James Organ
Adrian Eagle
Jordan Dennis
Approachable Members Of Your Local Community
Maddy May

Tickets on sale 9am, Thursday, August 9th

Sunday, December 30th – Tuesday, January 1st 2019
The Farm, South Gippsland, VIC
Tickets: NYE On The Hill

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