Meredith Music Festival unveils another great lineup for its 30th event


Caribou, Dry Cleaning and Yothu Yindi lead a brilliant line-up for Meredith’s first party in years

The Meredith Music Festival is back!

If you’ve been to the festival, which is as famous for its “no-asshole policy” as it is for its ever-spellbinding queues, then you know why that’s cause for celebration.

A trip to Meredith is unlike any other festival. Its balance of laid back and party vibe is unmatched, the behavior of its customers is often exemplary (which makes a huge difference) and, honestly, it’s just a really beautiful place to spend a weekend.

Meredith returns for her first episode in three years in December and the line-up is – as always – magnificent.


Leading the charge is beloved Canadian electronic producer Dan Snaith, who will play a set as Caribou and another under his Daphnia nickname.

British post-punk favorites Dry cleaning finally arrive in Australia for Meredith, while other Britons The comet is coming come back to bring some high-energy jazz to the party.


Sharon Van Etten returns to Australia at the end of this year after releasing another brilliant album earlier this year, Chicago house master Derrick Carter will undoubtedly keep you up very late, while the legendary DJ Quik will give us a lesson in G-funk.

The Australian contingent is of course just as exciting as the internationals. The iconic afterlife Yothu Yindi will bring the perfect vibe to the Sup just like other Aussies Courtney Barnett, Tkay Maidza, Tasman Keith, HOME, Private function and much more.


There are a few more names to be added over the next month. Here’s the full line-up so far.

Caribou, Dry cleaning, Yothu Yindi, Courtney Barnett, The comet is coming, Tkay Maidza, Sharon Van Etten, Private function, dj fast, Erika de Casier, rainbow baby, Derrick Carter, CLAMM, Minami Deutsch, Naked Genea, HOME, Tasman Keith, rotten tv, surprised boss, pookie, Our Carlson, Darcey Justice, OK FOR EXAMPLE, Allara, Ruby of the, Daphnia

It sounds really good. How to get a ticket?

We’re so glad you asked. Because, like just about everything about Meredith, getting your mitts on a ticket is a little different than your usual event.

The first thing you need to do is register to vote before Monday evening. This will put you in the best position to purchase a ticket once it is released.

If you forgot to do this, keep your eyes peeled. There may be opportunities to buy elsewhere. Remember, part of the beauty of Meredith is that it’s a fairly small festival, so there’s not always a lot going on.

Meredith is happening at the Supernatural Amphitheater, Meredith from Friday December 8th to Sunday December 10th.

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