A NATIONAL TOURING FESTIVAL THAT FOLLOWS THE WAVES, CELEBRATES LOCAL MUSIC, ENDORSES THE QUINTESSENTIAL AUSTRALIAN ROAD TRIP AND ENCOURAGES A LIFESTYLE OF GOOD FOOD, BEAUTIFUL NATURAL SURROUNDS, ART AND CULTURE ALL TO BE ENJOYED WITH YOUR FAVOURITE PEOPLE.
The Drop Festival features aussie favourites SAFIA, Dune Rats, San Cisco, Holy Holy and Ruby Fields who will all be chasing the breaks around the Aussie coast this March and April, stalking the trajectory of the World Surf League Championship Tour’s Aussie leg.
That means the festival will hit the shores of D’Bah near Snapper Rocks, Torquay near Bells Beach and Margaret River, taking place on the first weekend of each coinciding surfing event.
Aussie boarding royal (and founding partner of The Drop) Wayne ‘Rabbit’ Bartholomew says the fest will appeal to surfing and music fans alike.
“The Drop Music Festival’s gonna rock Snapper, Bells and Margaret River in 2018. I’m super pumped on this!” he says.
Each leg of the festival will highlight what makes each region unique — a combination of local culture, food and beverage vendors and a shared love of the ocean, including pros and grommets alike.