Heading to Canberra's Exhibition Park on November 26, Ballarat on December 3, and the Gold Coast on December 4, this year's line-up also includes Mallrat, FISHER, Ninajirachi, Spacey Jane, A.GIRL, PEACH PRC and more.
One of the most loved Australian live acts Flume is a double-platinum artist and will be bringing his brand-new live show, which recently debuted at Coachella. Building his reputation through notable collaborations such as Chet Faker, Little Dragon and more, the crowd will experience a dynamic live performance with an endless range of hits including the chart-topping Never Be Like You.
Hailing from the UK, Stormzy has been constantly making waves in and out of the industry since landing on the scene in 2013. His recent achievements include his sophomore album Heavy Is The Head going platinum. Expect big things at Spilt Milk as he teases a forthcoming third studio album.
Crossing into Aussie shores are English rock trio The Wombats, who've captured the hearts of many Australians over the years.
Having released their latest effort Fix Yourself, Not The World, fans can expect the rock veterans to keep crowds on high alert before FISHER makes his first Spilt Milk appearance, guaranteed to bring his unforgettable dance floor presence.
G Flip will present their pop prowess before four-time ARIA Award winner Genesis Owusu steps up to deliver his explosive debut project Smiling With No Teeth.
Mallrat will be showcasing her hip-hop-infused electro-pop sonic blends with hit songs Rockstar and Your Love.
WA-based indie rockers Spacey Jane eagerly wait to blast out their ARIA award-winning track Booster Seat, while Western-Sydney raised hip-hop and R&B mastermind A.GIRL will have the crowd in awe with her rhythmic wizardry.
The ever-strong local contingency of Spilt Milk features trailblazing hip-hop act and 2022 Acclaim All-Star inductees 1300, the poignant tongue and razor-sharp flows from Canberra MC YNG Martyr and Peach PRC who will be ready to charm crowds with her charismatic pop-perfection.
Joining the music line-up are the longstanding partners, Studio A. With a focus on providing professional opportunities to artists with intellectual disabilities, Studio A have enlisted recognised contemporary Australian artist Thom Roberts, art-romance specialist Meagan Pelham, passionate and prolific graphic novelist Greg Sindel and many more for a string of humour and a world of colour.
Spilt Milk is known for selling out in less than 30 minutes of release (with one year hitting an all-time record of nine minutes) and 2022 is expected to be no different.
Pre-sale tickets go on sale at 8am on May 3. General admission release will go on sale on May 5. Go to spilt-milk.com.au to sign up for pre-sale.
- This article first appeared in the Canberra Times.
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