The Hills Are Alive with the Sound of music, so grab your tickets quick

Jaw dropping music, back aching comedy, free camping and BYO alcohol: The Hills Are Alive deliver a recipe for a thumping good time

How does a three-day bender of killer sets and belly laughs sound to you?

The Hills Are Alive have just announced 15 acts for the 9th annual “Festival of Friends” in Victoria, and it’s looking to be one of the best Hills line ups yet.

LargeThis March, our favourite Music and Comedy extravaganza is back. The festival lives up to its reputation of having an impressively diverse range of acts, meaning there’s a show to suit everyone’s taste.

With tunes from the likes of Amy Shark and Cloud Control, and gags from comedians Bob Franklin and Dave O’Neil, you’ll be swimming in the good vibes.

Just when you thought it couldn’t get any better, the festival has also announced that tickets include free camping, morning yoga and late night DJ sets.

What. A. Steal.

The festival offers licensed bars and top notch street cart food, but if you’re sick of basic booze menus, The Hills allow BYO alcohol too.

The Hills Are Alive is known to sell out year after year, so be sure to grab your tickets quick. They’re on sale now and can be bought here.

The Festival runs from Friday 24th March to Sunday 26th March and is held in a farm about an hour and a half south east of Melbourne.

For more information on the festival and it’s growing line up, join their mailing list or head to their website.