The line-up for The Farmer And The Owl Festival has grown again, with 14 new bands and a venue just announced.
The event, also set to include indie markets and a series of art installations, will take place over four venues at the University of Wollongong on November 23.
Indoor and outdoor stages will be dotted across the campus, hosting more than 20 acts from Australia and New Zealand.
Joining previously announced acts The Drones and Dappled Cities are The Laurels, Glass Towers and Surf City, alongside locals Shining Bird, The Walking Who, The Nuclear Family and Nuns. The festival, a collaboration between Music Farmers and Yours and Owls, has been some time in the making.
"It's something we've been talking about for a few years," said Music Farmers owner Jeb Taylor.
"It's meant to be something a bit different to the usual. We wanted to create an event, not just a concert, with the art and market side as well."
A final round of DJs, acoustic acts, bands and artists will be announced in October.
"It's to show off the creative, cutting-edge arts scene in Wollongong, to show this can be done and to show something a bit different can happen here," Mr Taylor said.
"It's also to bring people from outside the region down here too, to show them what we can do here."
Tickets are on sale now at Music Farmers in Crown Lane or through OzTix.