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Lineup Announced for Boogie 2023: Private Function, Surprise Chef, Phil Jamieson and More

Victorian regional festival Boogie will return for its 16th go-round this year, with Private Function, Phil Jamieson, Surprise Chef, and Andy Golledge on the lineup.

Batts, Queenie, The Slingers, Watty Thompson And His Ensemble, Foggy Notion, Full Flower Moon Band, and Quivers will also be performing. Scope out the full lineup below.

Private Function: ‘Seize And Destroy’

Aside from the main stage, there’ll be a number of acts in Boogie’s Clubhouse, including Deadnecks, who’ll be playing four hours of Grateful Dead tunes on Saturday night, and harmonica band Headspin. Boogie Festival is held over three days across the Easter long weekend, which this year means Friday, 7th till Sunday, 9th April.

Private Function will release their new album, as yet untitled, at some point in 2023. They dropped two singles last year: the thrashy ‘Seize and Destroy’ and ‘I’m This Far Away (From Being the Worst Person You’ve Ever Met)’. Grinspoon front person Phil Jamieson released his debut full-length Somebody Else in 2022: you can watch him break down the full album for Music Feeds over here.

Boogie Festival 2023

  • Andy Golledge
  • Archer & Martha Spencer
  • Batts
  • Collingwood Casanovas
  • The Counterfeits’ Wild West Show featuring Freya Josephine Hollick
  • Danika Smith
  • Eils & The Drip
  • Foggy Notion
  • Full Flower Moon Band
  • Girl & Girl
  • Guitar Wolf
  • A Celebration Of The Band’s The Last Waltz
  • Phil Jamieson
  • The Pink Stones
  • Private Function
  • The Prize
  • Queenie
  • Quivers
  • The Slingers
  • Surprise Chef
  • Watty Thompson And His Ensemble
  • Willie J & The Bad Books
  • 1800 Jazzagne
  • Deadnecks
  • Headspin
  • James Ellis & The Jealous Guys
  • James Tom
  • Reb
  • Sugar D
  • Adriana
  • Andee Frost
  • Colette
  • David Smiley
  • Sophie McAlister
  • Wax’O Paradiso

Dates & Venue

  • Friday, 7th April–Saturday, 9th April – Our Friend’s Farm, Tallarook VIC

Tickets are on sale now via Boogie’s website.

Further Reading

Private Function Invoke Metallica and the Stooges on ‘Seize and Destroy’

Meredith Music Festival Review – Doofsticks, Neapolitan Disco and Pop Royalty

Phil Jamieson Joins A.B. Original For Live Version Of ‘January 26’

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