“I’m thrilled with how Wanderer is shaping up this year. We’re curating a really strong program consistent with what Wanderer is all about."
After a rousing success for its inaugural event last year, Wanderer Festival will return to Pambula Beach, NSW, this September for its second year.
Last month, festival organisers announced that The Jungle Giants, Spiderbait, Kevin Morby, Lisa Mitchell and Melbourne Ska Orchestra would be just some of the acts making up this year’s line-up. Today, Wanderer adds a whopping 40 acts to this year’s event, including Ocean Alley, Thelma Plum, Django Django, and many more.
More artists will be added to the line-up in the coming months, with over 70 artists representing the best in music and arts from 29 September until 1 October.
FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT – MUSIC
OCEAN ALLEY * DJANGO DJANGO (UK) * THE JUNGLE GIANTS * THELMA PLUM
SPIDERBAIT * KEVIN MORBY (USA) * SON LITTLE (USA)
ALICE SKYE * ANNIE HAMILTON * ART vs SCIENCE * BABE RAINBOW
BEGA SOUND COLLECTIVE *BEN OTTEWELL & IAN BALL (GOMEZ / UK)
C.W. STONEKING * DICE * DJINAMA YILAGA * FLAVUH
FREYA JOSEPHINE HOLLICK * GOLDIE * HAIKU HANDS
JACK BIILMANN & THE BLACK TIDE * JACOTÉNE * KIM CHURCHILL
LISA MITCHELL * MELBOURNE SKA ORCHESTRA * MONTAIGNE
* PRODIKAL-1 * ROBYN MARTIN * RUM JUNGLE * STEPH STRINGS
STONEWAVE TAIKO * THE BIG LOST BAND * THE THIN WHITE UKES
URTHBOY * WHISKEY DRAM
FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT – ARTS
FLYING FRUIT FLY CIRCUS * ADAM PAGE * THE SUPER AMAZING DOLPHIN SHOW
WELCOME TO COUNTRY * DUURUNU MIRU DANCERS * FLING PHYSICAL THEATRE
FRANKENTOYS * LA PETITE GRANDE * LIAM POWER * POLITE MAMMALS
WE SHAPED UP LIKE THIS
“I’m thrilled with how Wanderer is shaping up this year. We’re curating a really strong program consistent with what Wanderer is all about,” festival organiser Simon Daly (Falls, Lost Lands) said in a statement.
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“It is diverse in every sense and includes plenty of well-known favourites as well as amazing new talent. We are really proud to be delivering such a world-class event on the Sapphire Coast. It is really rewarding creating something so equally loved by both the local community as well as travellers coming from all over Australia for an unforgettable experience in this stunning part of the world.”
Minister for Jobs and Tourism and Minister for the Arts John Graham added, “Music festivals are an integral part of our NSW music culture and economy. The NSW Government is excited to bring this festival to the regional communities in Bega Valley, driving visitors for a cultural experience in a beautiful part of the country. Events such as this will no doubt revive the touring circuit on the south coast.”
Tickets range from $50-320 based on age (cheaper tickets for children) and days – single-day, two-day, and three-day passes are available. Find your ticket here.