A group of local DJs are set to join popular Australian electronic music duo Bag Raiders at a music festival at Warrnambool's breakwater this summer.
Touring festival Coastal Jam has announced its lineup ahead of the open-air music event, to be hosted by Warrnambool's Pavilion Cafe on January 5.
Sydney dance legends Bag Raiders - best known for their 2010 hit Shooting Stars - will headline the event alongside Netherlands' electronic music duo 16BL and Geelong's UNO DJs.
Coastal Jam director Adam Metwally, of Geelong, said he was rapt to land such big names on the bill.
"Bag Raiders will obviously be a big hit, as will 16BL who is a huge international house act that I know the crowd will respond really well to," he said.
"As the sun goes down in the afternoon, the music will create a really good vibe next to the water."
Local artists will include Adam Bennett, Ayouel Malek, Corey Ryan, Daniel Johnstone, Dizzy Daryl, DJ Carly, Josh Brown, Lachie McKay, Liam Howarth, Max McKay and Metwally.
"We are really stoked about the tonne of local DJs playing this year," Mr Metwally said.
"For a town like Warrnambool, sourcing local artists positively impacts the community."
Coastal Jam started in Lorne four years ago and has expanded into a one-day festival that tours the Great Ocean Road each summer.
Mr Metwally said organisers received a very positive result from punters who attended Warrnambool's inaugural event in January.
"We always knew that Warrnambool was a bit like Geelong and there was a great opportunity for us to expand into a similar community," he said.
"The Laneway Bar organised by Paddy (O'Brien) really connects with the Warrnambool community and we wanted to be able to expand on that.
"We have moved into the Pavillion for the next event and we are hoping to team up with more and more people to continue expanding our trip along that coastal route.
"We've had scope to do a Byron show and we've also been reached out to by a person in Adelaide."
Coastal Jam will be held at Warrnambool's Pavilion Cafe from 3pm to 11pm.
The lineup and pre-sale tickets were announced Wednesday.
Tickets go on sale on Monday.
You can find tickets here.
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