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Amy Shark, Gretta Ray, Dorsal Fins and more round out massive Hills Are Alive 2017 lineup

The Hills Are Alive have revealed the final installment of their stellar lineup.

Already bequeathed with the acclaim of Cloud Control, Dope Lemon, REMI and Northeast Party House, the Hills Are Alive have just gone and added two of Australia’s most prized female voices of 2016, Amy Shark and Gretta Ray, to their 2017 bill.
 
Releasing one of the pre-eminent pop albums of 2016, Dorsal Fins are on the rise and will be joined by Josh Cashman, Birdz, Tulalah, Caiti Baker, The Drunken Poachers, Fossil Fuel, Machchoir, Canverse and The Colemans as other additions to the music lineup.
 
With Dave O’Neil, Geraldine Hickey, Karl Chandler and Nick Capper already slated to fulfill everyone’s comedic longings, Bob Franklin, Daniel Connell and Laura Dunemann now enter the fray for the three-day extravaganza of dance and laughter.

The Hills Are Alive 2017 goes down amongst the sloping hills of Victoria’s Gippsland between Friday March 24 and Sunday March 26. Tickets available via the festival website.