Spilt Milk 2023: The Set Times Are Here

9 November 2023 | 10:59 am | Mary Varvaris

With the recent addition of Ruel to the line-up, the set times for the 2023 event have been updated, with controversial clashes discussed on social media.

Spilt Milk Festival

Spilt Milk Festival (Credit: Lucinda Goodwin)

Spilt Milk Festival kicks off on Saturday, 25 November, in Canberra, with the stacked line-up starring Post Malone, Ruel, Dom Dolla, Peach PRC, Lime Cordiale, MAY-A and many more then heading to the Gold Coast (26 November), a sold-out Ballarat event (Saturday, 2 December) and Perth on Sunday, 3 December.

With the festival so close, organisers have dropped the busy schedule on the Spilt Milk website and app, with the personal set times planner, maps and transport information landing on the app soon.

With the recent addition of Ruel to the line-up, the set times for the 2023 event have been updated – you can check out the set times below.

The set times upsetting some fans on Instagram are the clashing schedules of headliners Post Malone and Dom Dolla, while others voiced their disappointment at Ruel, The Dreggs, and Cub Sport performing simultaneously.

Other significant clashes include Peach PRC and Lime Cordiale, and Tkay Maidza and MAY-A. However, there is some positivity in the comments, with an Instagram user writing, “You’ve actually slayed I get to see almost everyone I wanted”.

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Yesterday, Ruel joined the 2023 Spilt Milk line-up as the replacement for US hitmaker David Kushner, who pulled out of his appearances at Spilt Milk Festival and accompanying Australian headline tour dates, citing “unforeseen circumstances” for the cancellations.

The news of RUEL joining the Spilt Milk lineup comes after festival organisers posted a statement on 2 November, writing on Instagram:

“We found out this morning that David Kushner has unfortunately had to cancel his entire Australian Tour. We’re prioritising finding an act to replace him but wanted to let you all know as soon as we heard. Will keep you updated.”

Sharing a post of his own, just minutes later, Kushner wrote, “Due to unforeseen circumstances— I regrettably have to cancel my upcoming Australian and New Zealand tour. You all mean so much to me, and I cannot wait to see you in the foreseeable future.”

Spilt Milk Festival - Canberra set times

Spilt Milk Festival - Gold Coast set times

Spilt Milk Festival - Ballarat set times

Spilt Milk Festival - Perth set times