St Kilda Festival organisers are getting ready to celebrate the festival’s 37th year as Australia’s largest free music festival and as one of Melbourne’s favourite celebrations of live music, culture, arts, and community.

Festival Sunday will take place on 12th February, the culmination of a week’s worth of events and attractions. Organisers are expecting another record year, with the festival attracting more than 440,000 visitors in 2016.

Recent years have seen performances from the likes of The Living End, The Hoodoo Gurus, Client Liaison, Bad//Dreems, Hot Dub Time Machine, DMA’s, and more, as well as a mix of dance, carnival rides, sports, stalls, and activities.

The full program for St Kilda Festival 2017 is set to drop later in the year. You can head on over to the official St Kilda Festival website for more details or keep an eye on Tone Deaf and we’ll have the full lineup as soon as it drops.