Boutique event A Festival Called PANAMA has unveiled its talent-packed 2020 line-up.
Returning to the picturesque North Eastern forest of Tasmania from 6 – 8 March, next year’s event will feature some of the county’s best acts alongside international favourites and “other oddities”.
Here’s who will play the festival’s seventh instalment:
Julia Jacklin, Aldous Harding, Evelyn Champagne King & Mondo Freaks, Kevin Morby, Sleaford Mods, Kikagaku Moyo, Haiku Hands, Dyson Stringer Cloher, Genesis Owusu, Mildlife, Gordon Koang, Miss June, Stevan, Tiana Khasi, Carla Geneve, Slag Queens, Denni, Slaughterhäus Surf Cult, King Billy, Horse & Wood, Django’s Tiger
A Festival Called PANAMA will also screen documentary Her Sound, Her Story alongside a panel discussion with director Claudia Sangiorgi Dallimore, while the Great Panama Clothes Swap returns alongside other activities.
The intimate event will go on sale November 9 at 9am AEDT, and you might want to set a reminder as tickets sold out in under 10 minutes for the last festival.
Check out theGuide for more details.