Officially Australia’s fastest-selling music, food and arts festival, Spilt Milk ignites the festival scene with its mammoth lineup and coast-to-coast run for 2023. Returning for its biggest ever tour across the nation, Spilt Milk will be heading to Canberra on Saturday, November 25, Gold Coast on Sunday, November 26, Ballarat on Saturday, December 2 before making its debut on the sunny shores of Perth on Sunday, December 3.
With a remarkable reputation of selling out within days, if not hours from release, Spilt Milk maintained its track record in 2022 after exhausting tickets for all 3 shows in under 7 days. 2023 will be no different, as party seekers and music fiends gear up to see the biggest homegrown and international stars grace the Australian festival stages including Post Malone, Dom Dolla, Latto, Tkay Maidza, Peach PRC, Ocean Alley, Aitch, Dermot Kennedy, David Kushner and so many more.
Hailing from the US, international superstar Post Malone kicks off Spilt Milk’s colossal roster. Recently teasing fans with a snippet from his forthcoming album Austin, the Grammy-nominated singer will deliver his first Australian festival appearance since 2018, bringing his full-throttle energy of chart-topping tracks like “Sunflower”, “Wow”, “Rockstar”, “I Like You” and more to his Spilt Milk debut.
Joining the stage and playing on home turf, Australia’s hottest export and now chart topper Dom Dolla is set to sling his high-voltage hits including “Rhyme Dust”, “Eat Your Man” and “Take It” that have taken over dancefloors and festivals worldwide. Fresh from selling out 2 Sidney Myer Music Bowl shows in minutes, Dom has cemented himself as at the superstar level in Australia.
Prepare to witness the triumphant Australian debut of Atlanta’s very own, Latto. Announcing her takeover of the hip-hop world with her 2021 smash hit “Big Energy” and latest single, “Put It On Da Floor Again”, the Georgian native has gone on to become the first female MC from the capital to reach gold and platinum certification, spitting her own signature heavy-hitting lyricism over tracks like “Bitch from da Souf” and “Muwop”. Latto will be stirring up the stage this festival season, joining a list of stellar international artists to make their Spilt Milk debut, casting her explosive live set over audiences for the very first time. Fresh off supporting Lizzo across her national tour of Australia, Tkay Maidza joins the party. Mesmerising fans with her trio of stellar EP’s, Tkay has shared the stage with the likes of Charli XCX, Rita Ora and more, and will be taking her ARIA award-winning and BET-nominated catalogue to Spilt milk mosh pits across major cities this November.
Esteemed electronic icon, Chris Lake will be dropping his anthemic dance-floor heaters like “Turn Off The Lights” and more, set to deliver a trailblazing live set of unparalleled energy. Joining the list of international imports, Irish singer-songwriter Dermot Kennedy, will play his Spilt Milk debut, along with UK rapper and current 2023 Brit Award winner Aitch.
Spilt Milk will continue to spotlight Australia’s finest emerging stars, sparking the local music scene with unparalleled brilliance. Gracing the stages will include the likes of the unstoppable Budjerah, ARIA platinum and gold-certified Cub Sport, sibling duo, Lastlings, whose new album made triple j’s feature album of the week, ghetto-house icon Partiboi69, and the undeniable presence of Royel Otis only to name a few.
As summer gets closer, be ready for a festival tour like no other as Spilt Milk continues its legacy of curating lineups that defy expectations. With a string of visual creators and highly sought-after food vendors, Spilt Milk is more than a festival, it’s an experience. As the only touring festival in Australia to sell out in 2022 and with a monumental lineup for 2023, tickets will be more in-demand than ever. For your best chance to lock in tickets, head to Spilt Milk’s website to register for presale access (at guaranteed presale prices), before tickets are released at 8AM local time on Tuesday, July 11. Fans who miss out on the presale will have a second chance at tickets with general admission release at 8AM local time on Thursday, July 13.
Spilt Milk 2023 Lineup
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Spilt Milk 2023 Dates
Canberra – Saturday 25 November
Gold Coast – Sunday 26 November
Ballarat – Saturday 2 December
Perth – Sunday 3 December