The perfect excuse for a roadtrip.
Werribee darling Lost Lands has welcomed a bunch of new acts to its jam-packed arts and culture festival lineup.
Just announced for the three-day festival are Aussie super-trio Dyson Stringer Cloher, William Crichton, folk singer-songwriter Alice Skye, funky bunch Approachable Members Of Your Local Community and electro-pop duo The Merindas. The five new acts join an already incredible slate of Gomez, Baker Boy, Sampa the Great, Regurgitator (and their curious new kids show), Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever and more.
In addition to the artists, late-night jazz and salsa nights have also been announced for those who want to keep the party going. Hosted by Aussie singer-songwriter Nicky Bomba, the after-hours events will have you swinging your hips until the early morn’.
Check out the full lineup for Lost Lands below:
Vika & Linda Bull
Sampa The Great
Rolling Blackouts CF
Dyson Stringer Cloher
Melbourne Ska Orchestra
I Know Leopard
The African Intelligence
Late Night Jazz & Salsa
Approachable Members Of Your Local Community
Lost Lands takes over Werribee Park and Mansion between Friday November 1 and Sunday November 3. Tickets are on sale now via the festival website.
Artist Announcement! Dyson Stringer Cloher, William Crighton, Alice Skye, AMOYLC & The Merindas! Plus a chance for YOU to play in the biggest band you've ever seen! Come to the festival armed with instruments, as the front lawn of Werribee Mansion is transformed into a field of rock dreams! 🎸🥁The Big Lost Band will perform Paul Kelly & Archie Roach’s folk classic “From Little Things Big Things Grow”, Spiderbait’s infectious “Calypso” and rock anthem “Thunderstruck” by AC/DC. Under 16's can score a festival ticket after attending rehearsals. All are warmly welcome to join the band! More info at www.thelostlands.com/biglostbandLate Night Jazz & Salsa will also debut after hours this year 🎷Tickets @ www.thelostlands.com.au
Posted by The Lost Lands on Monday, 26 August 2019