After serving up an impressive first tranche of artists mid-year, the Great Ocean Road's multi-day music and camping experience Loch Hart Music Festival has unveiled the festival's full range of offerings.
Acclaimed psychedelic jazz outfit and recent ARIA-winners Mildlife take their place alongside ecstatic pop-trio Haiku Hands, cinematic funk-quartet Karate Boogaloo, Djembe-driven nine-piece Ausecuma Beats and Confidence Man for a scintillating DJ Set in Loch Hart's full lineup.
The latest additions join previously-announced performances including South Australia's Bad//Dreems, R&B sensation KYE, Telenova, Dorsal Fins, Stevie Jean and more in the festival's lush natural amphitheater in Princetown, situated a stone's throw away from the iconic Twelve Apostles.
Warrnambool's Flynn Gurry will also join the packed lineup off the back of his new single 'Sunrise to Sunset' and forthcoming EP.
The festival also boasts a wide range of extracurricular activities including glamping, specialty food trucks, morning yoga, storytelling, giant games and Loch Hart's signature comedy showcase led this year by Mark Samual Bonanno of Aunty Donna, alongside Michelle Brasier, Fergus Neal, Sashi Perera and Tess Birch.
Growing from strength to strength off the back of two previous editions, Loch Hart is putting south-west Victoria on the arts map and cementing a permanent place in the Victorian festival scene.
Full lineup: Ausecuma Beats, Bad//Dreems, Confidence Man (DJ Set), Donald's House, Dorsal Fins, Flynn Gurry, Go Dog Go, Haiku Hands, Holly Hebe, Karate Boogaloo, KYE, Libby Steel, Maxwell Brady, Mildlife, Meraki Minds, Milo Eastwood, Murmurmur, Sandy Dish, Stevie Jean, Sunnyside and Telenova.
Comedy Hour: Mark Samual Bonanno, Michelle Brasier, Fergus Neal, Sashi Perera and Tess Birch.
Guest speaker: Peter Evans of Sunbury Rock Festival.
The festival will take place from January 14-16 2022.
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