Pitch Music & Arts organisers have announced the music program for the festival’s sixth edition next year.
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Leading the international line-up are the likes of Four Tet, Kelly Lee Owens, Moderat, I. JORDAN, Leon Vynehall, Overmono, Nightmares On Wax, Fatima Yamaha and Helena Hauff. The local contingent, meanwhile, includes Mildlife, m8riarchy, Soju Gang, C.FRIM, Ayebatonye, Pretty Girl and more. See the full line-up below.
Pitch 2023 will take place between March 10 and 14 at its regular home, Victoria’s Grampian Plains. Tickets will be available through a ballot – find details and register for the ballot here. Registrations close at 3pm AEDT next Wednesday (November 2), and tickets go on sale at noon on the following Thursday (November 10).
Those wishing to register for the ballot will, for the first time, need to agree to a “Pitch pledge”. Potential festivalgoers must “commit to positively contributing to the Pitch community, leave no trace and behave respectfully”.
Four Tet and Overmono’s announcement on the Pitch bill follows both acts’ inclusion on the line-up for next year’s edition of Golden Plains, which also features the likes of Bikini Kill, Carly Rae Jepsen and Angel Olsen. Pitch acts Nightmares On Wax and Jaguar will also perform at Adelaide’s WOMADelaide Festival next year.
Pitch Music and Arts Festival’s 2023 line-up is:
C.FRIM X MIRASIA
DJ Stingray 313
Fatima Yamaha (Live)
Kelly Lee Owens (DJ)
Kim Ann Foxmam
Leon Vynehall (Live)
Major League Djz
Mano Le Tough
Nightmares On Wax
Pretty Girl (Live)
Sam Alfred x STÜM
Tama Sumo x Lakuti