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Music brings hills alive

Massive event: more than 1500 music fans joined in the fun of The Hills Are Alive Festival at Krowera.

 

THE 9th annual The Hills Are Alive Festival took place at Krowera recently and was once again was a roaring success.

More than 1500 music lovers of all-ages gathered from the Friday to Sunday to watch some of Australia’s most loved artists perform, including Cloud Control, Dope Lemon (Angus Stone), REMI, Dave O’Neil and Bob Franklin.

All in all, of 30 bands and comedians graced the jill, including South Gippsland’s own Converse and The Colemans.

As well as the incredible musical talent on display, the festival also once again showcased comedians, installation art, projections, and the now famous annual Hills Gumboot Toss competition.

The expanded ‘family camp’ was also a highlight, providing a great space for families to camp together and enjoy the festival.

The organisers would like to sincerely thank the more than 300 volunteers and local community members involved for helping create such a enjoyable, unique and well-run event.

 

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