Festival Sunday Line Up | St Kilda Festival

Artists

Pop-rocker Aimee Francis has toured with acts including P!NK and Steel Panther.

“All the ingredients of mature pop bliss lie in the work of Ainslie Wills” The Guardian

"Alexander caught a good one here. Powerful stuff." - Richard Kingsmill, Triple J

Andrew Loadsman St Kilda Festival

Andrew Loadsman is an experienced entertainer with a unique vocal tone and technical guitar skills including diverse pedal looping and guitar FX.

Archie Roach is a man of few words. But when he speaks, or sings, those words lift you up, transport you and humble you.

Bec Sandridge

Indie, pop, rock sensation.

Come and grab your FREE bottled water from Belong! That’s one less thing to worry about.

Backed up by some impressive musicians, in Nick Ohlson, Tim O’Conner, Billie, plus gifted guest artists, the bands versatility, danceability, and entertainment value are stacked full!

One of the most exciting hip-hop acts in the Australia.

Bleeding Knees Club

They burst out of the Gold Coast in 2010 with high-rotation triple j hits....

Busy Kingdom is a four piece rock band that features the song writing and harmonies of brothers Brendan and Michael Etherington.

Chameleon-like, Browne slips between personas, from femmebot killer to super vixen.

Cleopold

Los Angeles-based, Australian singer-songwriter.

Damien Van De Geer St Kilda Festival

 Influenced by blues, rhythm and roots music, Damien keeps the audience’s feet tapping!

Best known for number 1 singles like “One Summer”, “Horses” and “Howzat”. 

Indigenous Singer-Songwriter from Northern Australia with a unique Acoustic Roots style with an upbeat vibe.

Alt-folk Melbourne artists Brooke Taylor and Delsinki Records (Craig Johnston) have combined talents.

Destrends are a Melbourne based three-piece band.

Organic singer-songwriter with empowering vocals.

Drapht has been one of the leading hip hop authorities in Australia since his debut single, Jimmy Recard made it into the top 10 of triple J’s Hottest 100.

Ecca Vandal

Guitar rock, hip-hop and soul.

Iconic new Australian musician behind the international hit song Jungle.

Georgia Mulligan's powerful yet subtle voice has earned her a following with performances in support of local and international acts.

“Interpretational flexibility, with popfacing sensibility retained, all representative of an artist rapidly honing her craft.” Rolling Stone

Wild, unconventional and ruthlessly blunt.

Australian horror psych-punks Horace Bones are a four piece that play loud, liberating and belligerent rock n roll.

 

Jane Sea St Kilda Festival

Aged only 22, Jane Sea's voice echoes the deepest woes, and hidden joys of the greats such as Billie Holiday, and Aretha.

Jess Hieser St Kilda Festival

Jess Hieser is a singer songwriter in the folk/rock idiom, and an epic live performer.

Lamine Sonko and The African Intelligence

10 piece ensemble playing African roots music, jazz, funk and reggae.

Mallrat

Mallrat is the Hannah Montana of the rap game, the 16 year old growing up in late 2015 across blogs and radio worldwide.

Matt Hooler is ready to unleash his finger licking good guitar skills are harmonious vocals to the world!

Mau Power

Two MC's, a live soul singer, world-renowned DJ and two Traditional Torres Strait Dancers

2016 New Music Stage winner Mitch King, returns in 2017 to play the Main Stage.

Classically-trained, singer-songwriter Phia makes music that is abound with luscious layers of harmonies, rambunctious vocal percussion and vivid pop sensibilities.

Polish Club

Simple, soulful pop songs.

Originating from the heart of Cape Verde West Africa, Melbourne based colossal roots reggae act Ras Jahknow ushers an innovative reggae style.

Saatsuma

Collaborative electronic music project of Memphis Kelly and Cesar Rodrigues.

Samara St Kilda Festival

Samara's songs are an experiential interplay of keys, guitar and rich vocals.

Smoke Rings' jangly guitar-driven pop is like a mixtape of your favourite 90's classics.

Reggae experience, rock charisma  and the fiery ardor.

Welcome to Spectres of Love, a world of lonesome outsiders...

A blazing sextet from the North side, playing original disco, soul and doo wop with sweet harmonies and smoking dance moves.

Future-soul songstress thando combines evocative songwriting and dreamy electronic production that's placed her in a league all her own.

That Gold Street Sound

That Gold Street Sound is a soul/funk band from Melbourne that will make you shake your tail feather.

Producers, remixers, selectors and mentors, The Aston Shuffle have forged an ever-growing presence on the world stage.

Melbourne based instrumental soul group.

The Harlots like to put bad dreams to music; they like to make it right by doing it wrong.

The Hunted Crows

Through catchy choruses, punchy riffs, and an erratic stage presence, The Hunted Crows deliver a powerful show, not to be forgotten.

The Melborne Rebetiko Ensemble

Achilles Yiangoulli, Dean Georgalas, Stavrina Dimitriou and Con Kalamaras

Melbourne punk rock icons return after sell out after their international tour.

The Vibraphonic Orkestra

10 Pieces of Red Hot, Deep Fried Funk, Afro and Dub!!

A ramshackle pop music treasure featuring pounding piano, stomping beats and Thom's unmistakable raw voice.

Tim's Myth draws inspiration from the duality of nature's incontrovertible truths and the perplexities of modern city life and anxiety.

Tiny Little Houses

Lo-fi pop/folk sounds of the 90’s.

Hailing from Melbourne, Two Can are putting their own stamp on today's indie-electronic landscape. 

"Wow, what a voice ... Just good soul music" Gilles Peterson.

Melbourne Skeeze-Pop legends playing tunes up the east coast since 2013.

Stadium folk style.