Victoria’s beloved summer ritual Meredith Music Festival was supposed to celebrate its 30th year in 2020. We all know how that went down. But it’s finally pushing through with the anniversary bash we all missed out on, from December 9 to 11.

It’s been almost three years since the festival last took over the Supernatural Amphitheatre. And it’s just announced a line-up worthy of its triumphant return.

Headlining the bill is the legendary, kaleidoscopic Caribou (led by Dan Snaith); one of Australia’s most significant music groups, Yothu Yindi; hometown hero, singer-songwriter Courtney Barnett – nine years since her first-ever Meredith set; high-octane Zimbabwean-Australian rapper Tkay Maidza; and the psychedelic, genre-bending London-based outfit The Comet Is Coming.

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Also on the line-up is Sharon Van Etten, Dry Cleaning, Nu Genea, DJ Quik, Erika de Casier, Babe Rainbow, Derrick Carter, Private Function, Shouse and more.

The ballot is the best way to get tickets – because they almost always sell out – and it’s still open until next Monday night.

See you at the Sup’.

Meredith Music Festival runs from December 9 to 11. Find the full line-up and enter the ballot online until 10.30pm AEST on Monday August 22.

mmf.com.au