If you’ve never made your way to the Meredith Supernatural Amphitheatre this is the time. Golden Plains, the younger but no less magical sibling of the Meredith Music Festival, has just dropped a phenomenal line-up.

There’s American dream-pop marvels Beach House and New Zealand country singer Marlon Williams. And Scottish post-punk band the Jesus and Mary Chain and "Madchester" legends Happy Mondays.

The Internet – one of the most-forward thinking funk/hip-hop/soul bands in the world – will play on the same weekend as one of the band’s forebears, Amp Fiddler. You’ll also find beloved electronic musician Four Tet and Balearic godfather DJ Harvey.

Taking the party late into the night are Melbourne favourites and Skylab Radio regulars Millú & Pjenné and experimental house musician Hieroglyphic Being.

Plus there’s more to come. Just get in the ballot already. Or talk sweetly to someone who is.

Golden Plains takes place at the Meredith Supernatural Amphitheatre from March 10 to 12, 2019. Enter the ticket ballot here.

Full line-up:
Happy Mondays
Beach House
Four Tet
The Internet
The Jesus and Mary Chain
DJ Harvey
Magic Dirt
Marlon Williams
Confidence Man
Acid Mothers Temple & the Melting Paraiso UFO
Liz Phair
Amp Fiddler
Millú & Pjenné
Hieroglyphic Being
Raw Humps
Horatio Luna
The Living Eyes
Danny Krivit.
Shannon & the Clams
Plus more to be announced.