A star-studded swag of international and local music acts will headline the Spilt Milk music festival in Ballarat this November.
American R&B star Khalid has confirmed he will take to the stage at Ballarat’s Victoria Park on November 30.
The multi-platinum pop hero has collaborated with the likes of Halsey, Logic, Kendrick Lamar, Billie Eilish, Lorde and Shawn Mendes on singles that have stayed in the US Billboard and ARIA charts for weeks on end.
From Scotland, three-piece CHVRCHES add to Spilt Milk’s international presence with their globally adored synth-pop hits. From releasing 2018’s third album Love Is Dead to this year’s collaboration with Marshmello, Here With Me, the trio’s live set is one to look forward to.
Joining them is Chicago’s Juice WRLD. The 20-year-old rapper, singer-songwriter will bring his US Billboard chart-topping debut album Death Race For Love to the live arena for Spilt Milk. Having collaborated with Future and Travis Scott and toured with Nicki Minaj, Juice WRLD is coming in to his own.
The ever-strong local contingency of Spilt Milk features well-loved ARIA-award winning rapper Illy, alongside indie darlings Middle Kids, who recently released their EP New Songs For Old Problems. Solo wonder G Flip will bring her irresistible hits in About You and the Steph Claire Smith-starring video for Drink Too Much. Triple J Hottest 100 winners Ocean Alley add their laid-back style to the stage along with new music like 2019 singles Stained Glass and Infinity.
Golden Features will throw in his dark and powerful beats, alongside Adelaide’s Allday and his unique combination of rap and sing-song tracks. Festival favourites Confidence Man are set to start an almighty dance floor, while Tones and I showcase their track Johnny, trio Dune Rats rock out as Kota Banks delivers pop perfection, and Running Touch debuts his club-ready hits, alongside Sydney six-piece collective Winston Surfshirt and many more.
The City of Ballarat has been working closely with Spilt Milk organisers and partners for over a year to secure the festival for the city and will continue to work in partnership with them over the coming months