When Pigs Fly
Party out the year to tunes from Mildlife, Black Jesus Experience and Close Counters, amongst the grassy surrounds of Collingwood Children's Farm.
September 29, 2022
If you'd like to kick-start your year partying amongst the farm animals, you'll want to get a moo-ve on and nab tickets to Melbourne's freshest New Year's Eve fest. From the folks behind Carlton nightclub Colour and rooftop bar Runner Up, When Pigs Fly is the new one-day music party set to take over Collingwood Children's Farm on Saturday, December 31.
In a grassy farm setting that feels miles further from the city than it actually is, the festival will be sending out the old year with the help of 14 local and international acts, working their magic across two stages.
You'll be grooving to the likes of Chicago house sensation Sadar Bahar, funk and hip-hop nine-piece Black Jesus Experience, psychedelic-jazz outfit Mildlife and the genre-blending Close Counters. Plus, the likes of Emma Volard, MzRizk, Zepherin Saint and Feign Jima, carrying you through until 1am.
Meanwhile, you'll be fuelled by food from Polly's, and sips by Bodriggy and Iggy Seltzer.