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Meadow Music Festival 2020: CANCELLED

When:

Fri 27 Mar 2020, 5:00pm–1:00am
Sat 28 Mar 2020, 10:00am–3:00am
Sun 29 Mar 2020, 10:00am–1:00pm

Where: Bambra Bowl, 180 Bambra-Aireys Inlet Rd, Bambra, Great Ocean Rd / Otway Ranges

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $170.00
  • Car Pass: $20.00
  • Children Under 12 Free: $0.00
  • Glamping for Two: $330.00
  • Glamping for Four: $450.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: This Much Talent

Update: Meadow Festival is bidding farewell to previously announced performers Frankie Cosmos after the New York City four-piece announced the cancellation of their Australian tour this week due to COVID-19 scare. Festival organisers are now welcoming newcomers Olympia and Vanessa Worm to the lineup.

Regional Victorian music festival Meadow returns to Bambra from Friday 27 to Sunday 29 March 2020. Melbourne’s own new-age raconteur, Angie McMahon, and frenetic guitar-pop dynamos, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever will headline the 7th musical feast.

Nestled on the edge of the Otways, backdropped by rugged bushland and open planes, Meadow will showcase a cross-section of contemporary music within a stacked three day, two night program.

Coupling intimately relatable lyrics with guitar-driven anthemic guts, Angie McMahon will headline Meadow 2020 with some of the most honest local songwriting of recent times. Following the immediate and overwhelming success that has continued to flood in since the release of her knockout single, ‘Slow Mover’, Angie hasn’t taken a breath since her freshly baked debut record Salt, flits between playful procrastination and smouldering vignettes of heartbreak, fragility and comfort food in an unbelievably natural fashion. Prepare for an emotionally turbulent journey in Angie’s first Victorian show this year.

Joining Angie McMahon, as headliners will be the free-wheelin’, forever charging, guitar anthem delivering Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever. A guaranteed serotonin hit awaits all those ready to shout-out Talking Straight in the middle of the bush. A more quintessentially Australian feeling band would be hard to find. Rolling Blackouts have a new album on the way with the release date yet to be announced. The small stage at the base of the Bambra Bowl feels like the right place to road-test their latest.

Returning to Australia off the back of their critically acclaimed sophomore record, Sheer Mag continue their mission of transforming junk-food seventies hard-rock into something musically nutritious. The Philadelphia natives bring relentless riffs, stomping proto metal music and the tearing vocals of Tina Halliday together in a magically harmonious way. It’s a strange recipe but guarantees a release of tension for any punter in need of a heavier emotional outlet.

Rounding out the second announcement are Tasmanian jazzmasters turned groove party starters Close Counters, legendary song-writing trio Dyson Stringer Cloher, returning indie-rock icons Youth Group, the golden hour sounds of Loure, Northern Territory songstress Emily Wurramara, local jangle-pop producers Cool Sounds as well as the likes of 3k, Darcy Justice, Sweet Whirl, First Beige, Elle Shimada Collective, Colette, EGOISM, Surprise Chef, 100, Swazi Gold plus more to be announced.

With the limited release allocation now exhausted, 300 general release tickets + camping and glamping packages are now available starting from $170.00 + BF. Total capacity is carefully capped to maximise room for movement. Grab your tickets now - you don’t want to miss this party!

One final and more serious note: Bushfire Relief

Whilst we've been blessed with luck on our side of the state, wildfires around Australia have devastated many. We are a small organisation, but alongside our punters we wish to make a real commitment. We will be donating 20% of profits from 2020 ticket sales to the CFA in Victoria.

Triple R and Forte Presents Meadow 7.

Angie McMahon
Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever
Sheer Mag (US)
Donny Benet
Dyson Stringer Cloher
Close Counters
Youth Group
Loure
Elizabeth
Emily Wurramara
Cool Sounds
3K
Darcy Justice
Sweet Whirl
First Beige
Elle Shimada Collective
Colette
Egoism
Surprise Chef
100
Caitlin Harnett and The Pony Boys
Mr. Teenage
Pookie
Snowy Band
Swazi Gold
The Attics
Matt Bourke and The Delusional Drunks
Olympia and Vanessa Worm