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Remi, Northeast Party House and more lead The Hills Are Alive first round lineup

After previously locking in Dope Lemon and Cloud Control as headliners, The Hills Are Alive festival have dropped some more next level acts to join the fun. 

Getting down to the serene hills will be REMI, Northeast Party House, Jordan Rakei, Bec Sandridge and The Hard Aches with more yet to be announced.
 
This year, the festival will also expand to feature a dedicated comedy stage, featuring Dave O Neil as well as RRR Breakfaster Geraldine Hickey, Karl Chandler, and Nick Capper. 

The Hills Are Alive will go down from Friday March 24 to Sunday March 26 in South Gippsland.