Punk legends The Meanies, plusBad//Dreems, Cable Ties, Stiff Richards, and more head up Australia’s Mornington Peninsula’s beach-side music festival, NinchFest 5.
After a year off the tools, Mornington Peninsula’s acclaimed music festival NinchFest has today announced its monster fifth instalment, unveiling the most extensive lineup in the festival’s history.
The 2022 edition of the adored coastal festival features a colossal roll call of homegrown talent, presenting the likes of Bad//Dreems, Cable Ties, The Meanies, CLAMM, Tek Tek Ensemble, Dr Sure’s Unusual Practice, The Living Eyes, C.O.F.F.I.N, and plenty more.
Returning to its stunning home of St Andrew’s Beach Recreation Club, the Autumn festival will be split across two days on Friday 4 and Saturday 5 March for the very first time, making space for its ever-expanding lineup. Punters can choose from either single day or multi-day tickets.
Since its inception, this esteemed beachside music festival has hosted a slew of top-tier Australian acts, including Amyl and the Sniffers, NO ZU, Private Function, Bitch Diesel, Lazertits, Power and many more. Upping the ante year on year, NinchFest is now renowned as the leading music festival on the Peninsula and a festival favourite for both local and metro music lovers of all ages.
Tickets to NinchFest 5 are on sale now via trybooking.com (free entry for kids under 13).
NinchFest 5 Lineup and Tickets
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