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Post Malone to headline Spilt Milk Festival in December

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American rapper Post Malone is heading to Ballarat this summer for the popular Spilt Milk music festival.

This is the third year Australia’s fastest-selling music festival will be held in Ballarat.

Post Malone will join a massive line-up of international and local names at Victoria Park on Saturday 2 December from 11am-11pm.

Spilt Milk’s 2023 Ballarat line-up

  • Dom Dolla
  • Aitch
  • Budjerah
  • Chris Lake
  • Cub Sport
  • David Kushner
  • Dermot Kennedy
  • Djanaba
  • Grentperez
  • Jessie Murph
  • Lastlings
  • Latto
  • Lime Cordiale
  • May-A
  • Mincy
  • Ocean Alley
  • Pacific Avenue
  • Partiboi69
  • Peach PRC
  • POOLCLVB
  • Red Hook
  • Royel Otis
  • The Buoys
  • The Dreggs
  • Tia Gostelow
  • Tkay Maidza

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  • Ango
  • Ben Gerrans
  • Blue Vedder
  • Sami
  • Srirachi
  • Yorke

Spilt Milk is described as being Australia’s most in-demand music, food and arts festival. 

More than 32,000 people attended Ballarat’s 2022 installment. 

Head to Spilt Milk’s website to register for presale access (at guaranteed presale prices) before tickets are released on Tuesday, July 11 at 8am.

Fans who miss out on the presale will have a second chance at tickets with general admission release on Thursday, July 13 at 8am.

Main image: @jordankmunns

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04 Jul 2023

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