Pitch Music & Arts Festival Returns with a Massive 2019 Lineup
The multi-day Victorian camping festival is back with 45 musical acts, light installations and immersive art.
After its inaugural take in 2017, Pitch Music & Arts Festival is coming back in 2019, this time with an even bigger lineup of electronic acts and visual art on display. The four-day event will again take over Mafeking — about three hours northwest of Melbourne — from Friday, March 8 to Monday, March 11.
The BYO camping festival is brought to you by the team behind Beyond the Valley, who will set up a satellite community out in the bush and invite festival-goers to pitch a tent — with glamping setups on offer — then fully immerse themselves in the weekend's festivities. Those festivities primarily centre around the live music offering, with 45 acts already announced (up from 30 in 2017) and more to follow.
The 2019 international lineup features UK techno trendsetter Daniel Avery, the State's emerging techno heavy hitter Avalon Emerson and live electronica by Germany's David August. Denmark's DJ Courtesy, UK dance king Denis Sulta and warehouse techno DJ Eclair Fifi also make the docket, alongside local Aussie acts like Toni Yotzi, Banoffee and 30/70 live. You can check out the full lineup here.
On the arts side of things, you can expect CGI, spacial design and light installations from a host of Australian artists and creative companies, all of which are arranged to interact with the festival at large.
Pitch Music & Arts Festival will run from March 8–11, 2019, in Mafeking, Victoria. You can register for pre-sale tickets here — they go on sale at midday on Tuesday, October 30.
Published on October 25, 2018 by Marissa Ciampi