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The Kite String Tangle, Hot Dub Time Machine and more announced for St Kilda Festival 2020

7 January 2020 | 12:59 pm | Emma Jones

Australia's biggest free live music festival, St Kilda Festival, has announced the line up to its 40th year.

Australia's biggest free live music festival, St Kilda Festival, has announced the line up to its 40th year and it looks like they're set on celebrating in true style with over 50 acts locked in to perform across multiple stages.

Focusing on showcasing some of the hottest talent going, the vast line up includes something for everyone, from renowned party-starter Hot Dub Time Machine to StonefieldThe Kite String TangleMama Kin SpenderGordon Koang and so many more set to play on February 9th. The festival has also shared the news of a secret performer, but we won't know who it is until January 31st.

It doesn't stop at the music though, as the festival also has announced a range of workshops, community group activities, rides, food and market stalls, as well as a very special "iconic 80s trends" dress code for the day to double down on its celebration of its 40 year history.

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Kicking off from 10am on February 9th, the 2020 St Kilda Festival is shaping up to be an absolute ripper. For more info, head to the festival website and check the full music line up below!

Port Royal

Kylie Auldist

Busby Marou

Cash Savage and the Last Drinks


The Kite String Tangle

Very Special Anniversary Guest

Hot Dub Time Machine

The Rebelles



Jade Imagine

Ebony Boadu

Tia Gostelow

Press Club


Freya Josephine Hollicks

Gordon Koang

Amaru Tribe


Horns of Leroy feat. Thando

The Black Sorrows

Mama Kin Spender

Face Face

Juno Disco


The Hunter Express

Dr Sure’s Unusual Practice

Hannah Kate

Messy Mammals

Bad Bangs

Francesca Gonzales


Zoë Fox & The Rocket Clocks



Teenage Dads

Emilee South

Iaki Vallejo


Creature Fear

Dallas Woods

Image: Nathan Doran via Broadsheet

Words by Emma Jones