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Meredith is undoubtedly one of the most sought after festivals in the country, which comes down (largely) to the diversity of its lineups: combining classic acts with new found talent in an secluded, outback location, and attracting a throng of noble – and notably non-douchey – revelers for three days of responsible, level-headed, music appreciation.

This year’s line-up is no exception, with headlines picked from all walks of the genre stratosphere. From classic Hip-Hop veterans De La Soul and Ghostface Killah, to techno and deep-house bass heads, James Holden, Misty Nights and Vakula, right through to indie rock kids Cloud Nothings and Ty Segall.

Throw in some local support from the likes of national treasures (and now repeat offenders) Augie March, and you have a line-up that caters for just about everyone.

Meredith goes down on December 12-14 at the Supernatural Amphitheatre, and rumours are already afloat that the 12,000 available tickets are disappearing fast.

The lineup so far

The Skatalites
De La Soul
The War On Drugs
Mark Lanegan
Tiny Ruins
Ty Segall
James Holden (live)
Ghostface Killah
Cloud Nothings
Augie March
Mia Dyson
Factory Floor
The Lemonheads
The Bombay Royale
Blank Realm
Painters and Dockers
The Public Opinion Afro Orchestra
Misty Nights
Teeth & Tongue
Marlon Williams
Dr Phil Smith
More to come

Previous Years

Event Recap: Meredith Music Festival 2013
Event Recap: Meredith Music Festival 2012