Slowly Slowly, Kisschasy, The Getaway Plan lead Homegrown Festival this March
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19.02.2024

Slowly Slowly, Kisschasy, The Getaway Plan lead Homegrown Festival this March

WORDS BY STAFF WRITER

Home is where the heart is, and this March home is where an insatiable lineup of Victorian acts will descend on Kryal Castle in Ballarat.

This March, the sounds of Victoria will resonate louder than ever at Kryal Castle in Ballarat with Homegrown, a brand-new festival boasting an all-star lineup of local acts.

On Saturday, March 23rd, Ballarat will play host to Homegrown at Kyral Castle, featuring headliners Slowly Slowly and Kisschasy. Joining them on stage will be a lineup of sensational acts including The Getaway Plan (performing ‘Other Voices, Other Rooms’ in full), Press Club, Lashes, and Catholic Guilt.

Alongside the Ballarat event, Homegrown Festival will also take to Melbourne the week prior on Saturday 16 March with stellar performances from some of Victoria’s finest musical talents, including Slowly Slowly, Kisschasy, Teen Jesus And The Jean Teasers, Waax, Void of Vision, Tooslow, Enola, and Hassall.

Homegrown 2024 Festival Ballarat

  • Kryal Castle, Ballarat
  • Saturday 23 March 2024

Homegrown 2024 Festival Lineup

  • Slowly SLowly
  • Kisschasy
  • The Getaway Plan
  • Press Club
  • Tooslow
  • Lashes
  • Catholic Guilt
  • Emo Never Sleeps DJs

Keep up with the latest music news, features, festivals, interviews and reviews here.

Slowly Slowly, acclaimed for their heartfelt lyricism and infectious hooks, have been captivating audiences worldwide with their dynamic performances and chart-topping albums. With their recent album “Daisy Chain” debuting at #5 on the Australian ARIA Album Chart, they continue to be a force to be reckoned with in the music scene.

Meanwhile, Kisschasy, iconic Aussie rockers, have been keeping their legacy burning bright since the early 2000s with their irresistible blend of pop, rock, and emo-infused sincerity. With multiple ARIA Award nominations and hit singles under their belt, they remain a must-see live act with smash hits like “Opinions Won’t Keep You Warm At Night” and “Do-Do’s And Woahh’s.”

In Ballarat, alongside Slowly Slowly and Kisschasy, The Getaway Plan, Press Club, Lashes, and Catholic Guilt promise to deliver an electrifying performance that will have audiences on their feet.

Don’t miss the chance to celebrate the best of Australian music in 2024 at Homegrown this March.

General tickets on sale Thursday 22 February @ 9am local time. Get your tickets here