Australia is about to be swept off its feet once again as the fastest-selling music, food, and arts festival, Spilt Milk, sets the stage for an electrifying tour in 2023. This mammoth event will ignite the festival scene, captivating audiences from coast to coast. Get ready, because Spilt Milk is coming to a city near you—Canberra, Gold Coast, Ballarat, and Perth will all experience the festival’s magic.
Spilt Milk has built a remarkable reputation for selling out in the blink of an eye. Last year, tickets for all three shows were snatched up within a mere seven days, leaving eager party seekers and music fiends yearning for more. Brace yourselves, for 2023 will be no different. As anticipation reaches its peak, fans prepare to witness an incredible lineup of both homegrown and international stars gracing the Australian festival stages.
Leading the charge is none other than the American superstar, Post Malone. The Grammy-nominated singer, whose popularity knows no bounds, will be making his long-awaited return to Australian festivals since 2018. Fresh off his forthcoming album, Austin, Post Malone is set to unleash his full-throttle energy on the Spilt Milk stage, delivering chart-topping hits like “Sunflower,” “Wow,” “Rockstar,” and “I Like You” to an ecstatic crowd.
Keeping the energy levels soaring is Australia’s very own Dom Dolla. This homegrown talent has skyrocketed to the top of the charts, capturing hearts and commanding dancefloors with electrifying hits such as “Rhyme Dust,” “Eat Your Man,” and “Take It.” With sold-out shows at the prestigious Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Dom Dolla has firmly cemented his status as a superstar in Australia.
Prepare for the Australian debut of Atlanta’s rising star, Latto. She burst onto the hip-hop scene with her 2021 smash hit “Big Energy” and hasn’t looked back since. Her latest single, “Put It On Da Floor Again,” showcases her remarkable talent as the first female MC from the capital to achieve gold and platinum certification. Expect explosive performances of her heavy-hitting tracks like “Bitch from da Souf” and “Muwop” as Latto takes the Spilt Milk stage by storm. Another Australian talent gracing the festival is Tkay Maidza, fresh off her national tour supporting Lizzo. With her ARIA award-winning and BET-nominated catalog, Tkay will undoubtedly mesmerize fans and leave a lasting impression on the mosh pits.
Spilt Milk doesn’t stop at international sensations—it also brings revered electronic icon Chris Lake to the mix. Get ready to dance the night away as he drops anthemic dance-floor heaters like “Turn Off The Lights” and many more. Joining the lineup of international imports is Irish singer-songwriter Dermot Kennedy, making his Spilt Milk debut, and the UK rapper and 2023 Brit Award winner, Aitch.
But Spilt Milk wouldn’t be complete without showcasing Australia’s emerging stars, and this year is no exception. The festival will shine a spotlight on the unstoppable Budjerah, the ARIA platinum and gold-certified Cub Sport, sibling duo Lastlings, whose new album took triple j’s feature album of the week by storm, and the incredible talent of Partiboi69 and Royel Otis, just to name a few.
To secure your spot, head to Spilt Milk’s website and register for presale access, ensuring you can snag your tickets at guaranteed presale prices. Registration opens at 8 AM local time on Tuesday, July 11, so don’t miss out. For those who miss the presale, general admission tickets will be available from 8 AM local time on Thursday, July 13.