Pitch Music & Arts line-up has been dropped

The festival that has helped define Melbourne as a quality electronic music hub is back again for 2019 amongst the rolling hills that is the picturesque backdrop of the Victorian Grampians National Park.

The line-up is so good that the biggest names on the bill down to the smallest are of an extraordinary calibre and talent. For the third time, Pitch Music & Arts festival has dropped jaws again with their recent FIRST announcement. Which means that there’s going to be even more names to come when they announce the next round of acts to be released.

The team behind the festival has managed to book the best of the best of the world’s electronic acts each year and this year they have still managed to book huge names who will be debuting at the festival. Of course, there will be acts who are returning, but they’re so damn good that one time seeing them just isn’t enough.




16 Bit Lolitas (NED)

30/70 (Live) (AUS)

Âme b2b Dixon (6-hour set) (GER)

Andrés (USA)

Anthony Naples (USA)

Avalon Emerson (USA)

Baba Stiltz (SWE)

Banoffee (Live) (AUS)

Charlotte de Witte (BEL)

Courtesy (DEN)

Daniel Avery (UK)

Dasha Rush (GER)

David August (Live) (GER)

Denis Sulta (UK)

DJ Harvey (USA)

Dr. Rubinstein (GER)

Dusky (UK)

Eclair Fifi (UK)

Four Tet (UK)

Horse Meat Disco (UK)

Job Jobse (NED)

Made In Paris (AUS)

Mall Grab (AUS)

Marc Holstege (NL)

Marvin & Guy (ITA)

Merve (AUS)

Michael Mayer (GER)

Milan Ring (Live) (AUS)

Monolink (Live) (GER)

Oliver Huntemann (GER)

Oliver Schories (GER)

Optimo (UK)

Palms Trax (UK)

Perc (UK)

Perel (Hybrid live) (GER)

Recondite (Live) (GER)

Retiree (Live) (AUS)

Roman Flügel (GER)

Ross From Friends (Live) (UK)

Sven Väth (GER)

Tim Engelhardt (Live) (GER)


Toni Yotzi (AUS)

Total Giovanni (Live) (AUS)

Tourist (Live) (UK)

+ more TBA!

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