|February 2, 2013||to||February 10, 2013|
* MELBOURNE Festival
St Kilda Festival 2013 is Australia’s largest free music festival. Showcasing St Kilda at its best, the festival is now in its 33rd year.
- 2 – 10 February 2013
St Kilda Festival offers many different experiences, bringing together arts and music and celebrating Australian culture.
St Kilda Festival 2013 first wave of headliners, including the internationally acclaimed Midnight Juggernauts DJs, iconic rock band Bluejuice and spiritual songstress Thelma Plum alongside the new Soundkraft Records electronic music stage on Festival Sunday, culminating the nine-day celebration of music and culture.
St Kilda Festival program will include more than 150 artists across seven stages and more than 40 St Kilda venues and will entertain more than 400,000 families and music lovers
Outdoor indigenous festival, Yalukit Wilum Ngargee: People Place Gathering kicks things off on Saturday, 2 February, featuring soulful blues artist, Kutcha Edwards and Koori songstress, Illana Atkinson and the Deans.
Home grown talent is celebrated at Live N Local throughout the week, and includes Bon Jovi support act The Scarlets and unique songbird Suzie Stapleton, with Melbourne indie pop sensations Better than the Wizards bringing the beats on Festival Sunday’s Live N Local Stage.
Festival Sunday will see sultry chanteause Kylie Auldist liven up O’Donnell Gardens, alongside headliners Midnight Juggernauts DJs, Bluejuice, Thelma Plum and Client Liason on the New Music Stage.
St Kilda Festival provides a vast array of music and will also see Humphrey B Bear returning to the Festival Sunday Kidzone. Also there will be guided tours of the historic Esplanade Vaults, a rare opportunity to visit the vaults.
The full 2013 St Kilda Festival line-up will be announced on Monday, 7th January.Share