Melbourne’s iconic St Kilda Festival is back for yet another year, dropping the absolutely amazing lineup for 2019 today.

Following on from an amazing year in 2018 which saw Tkay Maidza, The Jezabels, The Bennies, and so many more hitting up the seaside city of St Kilda, the annual festival of the same name has now revealed the lineup for its 39th edition.

Topping this bill this time around is the likes of DZ Deathrays, The Cat Empire, The Preatures, and Sakwatch, while the main stage also features spots from Troy Cassar-Daley, Mojo Juju, The Northern Folk, and Regurgitator’s Pogogo Kids Show.

Of course, it doesn’t end there, with countless amazing acts elsewhere around the festival, including Slum Sociable, Ceres, Haiku Hands, Olympia, Adalita, Two People, and Slowly Slowly.

As always, this stunning festival is completely free, meaning you can come and go as you please, witnessing some of Australia’s finest musicians performing their hearts out for the low, low price of absolutely nothing.

It all kicks off on Sunday, February 10th in St Kilda, so head over to the St Kilda Festival website for the full lineup and timetable, and start planning your day now!

Check out DZ Deathrays’ ‘Like People’:

Play

St Kilda Festival 2019 Lineup

Main Stage

DZ Deathrays
The Cat Empire
The Preatures
Saskwatch
Troy Cassar-Daley
Mojo Juju
Regurgitator’s Pogogo Kids Show
The Northern Folk

O’Donnell Gardens Stage

Dance Party
Slum Sociable
Ceres
Haiku Hands
Olympia
Estère
Tasman Keith
The Seven Ups

Alfred Square Stage

Adalita
Ukulele Death Squad
Dallas Frasca
Arte Kanela Flamenco
Vardos
Wala
Oetha

Fitzroy Street Stage

Two People
DRMNGNOW
IV League
Approachable Members Of Your Local Community
Daniel Elia
Bernadette Novembre
Slim Jeffries
Lubulwa
Nat Vazer

The Push Stage

Slowly Slowly
Nancie Schipper
P-UniQue
Yergurl

New Music Stage

MANE
The Merindas
Hvncoq
Libby Steel
JAMO
Little Lord Street Band
Port Royal
FLOSSY
Niine
Squid Nebula

Plus activities & events, Songwriters Collective, Freeza Push Start Comp, and much more!

Sunday, 10th February
St Kilda, Melbourne, VIC
Free Entry