News: Here Comes The Sun Festival Announces VIC Instalment

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Western Australia’s Here Comes The Sun festival is receiving a major upgrade in 2024, with the inclusion of an east coast instalment set to delight Victorian music lovers in March.

In addition to the festival’s flagship Margaret River 3 Oceans (WA) event on Saturday 13 April, the acclaimed festival will also swing through Torquay Common (VIC) on Saturday 30 March.

The coastal festivals will see a haul of Aussie faves take to the stage, including Ocean Alley, Ball Park Music, Ruby Fields, Jack Botts, South Summit, and Clews, with more to be announced.

Here Comes The Sun is one of the leading events programmed by Macro Music – the team responsible for Out Of The Woods, Good Day Sunshine and Sugarloaf Rock, as well as over a decade of high profile artist management.

Headlining the festival will be Ocean Alley, the Australian alternative psychedelic-surf rock band hailing from the Northern Beaches of Sydney, have been captivating audiences with their unique blend of dreamy guitar melodies and smooth, soulful vocals since their formation in 2011.

They will be joined by Ball Park Music – one of Australia’s most successful acts, producing six incredible albums in nine years (five of which debuted in the ARIA Top 10).

Ruby Fields’ aptly-titled debut album ‘Been Doin’ It For A Bit’ debuted at #1 on the ARIA Charts, it confirmed that Australia absolutely loves the silky-voiced singer-songwriter. Laid-back and blissfully breezy, Jack Botts’ music is summer incarnate; filled with the highs, lows and in-betweens of real life. WA’s five-piece indie reggae band South Summit are the perfect soundtrack to summer on the coast. Melding the diverse sounds of Aboriginal, Māori and Western culture. Clews are one of the most exciting new artists in Australia, fronted by the sibling power of Lily and Grace Richardson, whose love for ’90s anthems shows in their incredible songwriting and lush dual vocals.


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