Set on a hill in rural farmland The Hills are Alive is arguably one of the best gatherings on the summer music festival line up . A combination of beautiful weather, great vibing people and a stellar line-up including some hilarious comedians. Such a great vibe. Amazing people. Incredible sunset. Awesome music. Lots of glitter. Its a weekend you won’t want to forget.
Ahead of this years festival, we are hitting up bands to find out what goods they’d like to have on their Dream Rider.
My Dream Rider by Kingswood
Kingswood are currently recording their third LP, rumors circulating gossip dive bars by an ever growing pool of fired studio interns indicate that the bands new music is so grand and beautiful that it will both aid you in falling in love, and mend a broken heart.
My dream rider:
“A lavish, decadent decor suitable for Freddy Mercury, perhaps a chandelier, velvet armchairs. Our own private cocktail bar with any of the Fancy Free gang making glorious drinks. Peter Stuyvesant Classic Blues in an old wooden box. A masseuse. An activities area filled with many fun inducing items, an Uno arena, remote control helicopters. An incredible selection of snacks, Alex’s nickname is snacks due to his manic obsession. Perhaps an easel holding a blank canvas and some paints, I may decide to paint something. Also some small farm animals to pet.”
Make sure to catch Kingswood at Hills are Alive this March
The Hills Are Alive is a 3-day, 2-night boutique music and camping festival for good-vibing, music-loving folk. It takes place in the beautifully picturesque rolling Hills of South Gippsland near Loch Village, 90mins from Melbourne, 25mins from Inverloch, 35mins from Phillip Island. Good times with great people in a stunning location.
This year will be the eleventh incarnation of THAA. Legs eleven, we’re going to heaven.
All past ten Hills Are Alive festivals have sold out well before the event and there’s a pretty darn good chance this one will to, so get in early to secure your spot.
Tickets this year will be $219 + booking fee (cheaper if you grab an early bird ticket or know The Farmer’s Secret Password) and include free camping, BYO alcohol, four licensed bars, over 30 amazing bands and performers, field games, street cart food, chill out areas, late night DJ’s, Mr Mooyagi’s Cowraoke, Dr. Pong, the Tiny Dancer, The Mystery Bus, art installations, morning yoga, good people and much more.