Your favourite forested festival Porchland is returning to The Range this November with its biggest lineup yet.
The Porchland 2019 lineup is here
Adelaide’s premier dreamy festival of nice times, Porchland, is returning to its magical clearing amid the forest in The Range on Saturday, 23 November, with its biggest ever lineup – 15 acts playing across two stages.
On the bill for the 2019 incarnation of Porchland are interstate imports Babe Rainbow, Ainslie Wills, Jordie Lane, Asha Jefferies, Milan Ring, Ruby Gill, Billy Davis and The Good Lords, So Crates and Francesca Gonzales, as well as local legends Alana Jagt, Tom West, Dead Roo, Ollie English, Slowmango, and Didier Kumalo.
The artists span folk, indie, hip hop, African jazz, pop and more, and as any prior Porchland attendee can attest, the festival is as much about music discovery as it is about dancing along to familiar favourites.
Any act that’s made it onto a Porch lineup is a guaranteed good time and you’re bound to leave Porchland with a few new regular Spotify rotations.
As in previous iterations of the festival, Porchland 2019 has plenty to offer in addition to music.
Porchland 2019 will introduce a new Brunchtown concept; a curated pre-festival long-table brunch event, featuring a 15-item shared menu designed by burger slingers Gang Gang, and bottomless Bloody Marys from 10:30am right up until the festival opens at midday.
For a more wholesome (and stretchy) start to the event, the Lululemon and Porchland yoga collab Lemonland returns to the festival this year – a pre-festival limbering of the limbs that includes snacks, a free yoga mat, and a free drink inside the festival.
Tickets to the additional experiences include entry into the festival and return bus fare. A return bus trip can also be added to your regular ticket, with nine suburban and CBD pickup locations available to choose from.
Details are still to be confirmed on the 2019 edition of the Porchland marketplace, so stay tuned for future announcements on which food and beverage operators and local makers will be in attendance to sell their carefully crafted wares.
In the meantime, buy your ticket, build your Porchland playlist, and be ready for a good time in The Range this November.