Mornington Peninsula’s hottest all-ages beachside festival NinchFest has today dropped the lineup for its sixth instalment, boasting another bill of gargantuan talent across two days in February.
Returning to its beachside base at St Andrew’s Beach Recreation Club on Friday 10 and Saturday 11 February, the stacked 2023 lineup features a who’s who of Australian and international talent, including first Nations hip hop icon Birdz, surf-rockers The Grogans, celebrated singer-songwriter William Crighton, Australian turntable champion DJ Dexter (formerly of The Avalanches), psych-garage outfit Nice Biscuit, five-piece power-pop act The Prize, country music cosmonaut Freya Josephine Hollick, Indonesian outfit Ali – and that’s just the start.
Like last year, punters can choose from either single-day or multi-day tickets, with free entry for kids under 13.
Throughout the festival’s five-year history, NinchFest has firmly established itself as the leading music event on the Mornington Peninsula for local and metro music lovers alike, earning their festival stripes for curating bills of cutting-edge talent while cultivating the music scene in the Peninsula.
NinchFest has previously hosted the likes of Amyl and the Sniffers, NO ZU, Bad // Dreems, Cable Ties, Private Function, Clamm, Caitlin Harnett and the Pony Boys, The Meanies and more. This year, the festival has hand-selected an even bigger crop of artists, dishing up the most diverse lineup since its inception, split across the two festival days.
Tickets to NinchFest 6 are on sale now via trybooking.com (free entry for kids under 13).
Friday 10 and Saturday 11 February 2023
St Andrew’s Beach Recreation Club
Friday 10 February
Freya Josephine Hollick
The Domesticated Animals
St Andrews Beach Community Choir
Saturday 11 February
The High Heaven
The Double Agents
The Bloody Norahs