Shepparton’s huge all-ages music festival has dropped their lineup.
Land of Plenty is bringing some of Australia’s finest music talent to Shepparton come October, with the festival revealing an epic bill of triple j favourites for 2021.
What you need to know
- Ball Park Music, Thundamentals and G Flip lead the lineup
- The festival takes place at the Shepparton Showgrounds on Saturday October 30
- First release tickets go on sale from Friday March 26
Keep up with the latest festival news here.
Following a successful debut year back in 2019 and its unfortunate postponement in 2020 due to the COVID pandemic, the all-ages regional music festival will see the likes of Ball Park Music, Thundamentals and G Flip lead a bill also featuring Thornhill, Birdz, Unearthed High winners Teenage Joans, Vince The Kid, and Matilda Pearl, among others still to be announced.
In addition, there will be a performance specialised for an event titled ‘BAIYIYA GARRA presented by STILL HERE’, curated by respected Yorta Yorta artist DRMNGNOW. This special commission focusses on themes of ‘woka’ (country) and Indigenous platform, featuring emerging Yorta Yorta and other First Nations special guest artists.
The single-day festival promises to once again feature a stack of all-star bands and artists, plus a truly wholesome and exciting atmosphere for music-lovers of all ages with art displays, market stalls, gourmet food vans, carnival rides and stacks more.
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