THE Beechworth Music Festival have announced next year's lineup, with 90s stoner rockers Tumbleweed to headline the two-day extravaganza.
Eight other artists will join them on the bill, plus DJ sets from Architecture in Helsinki and DJ Mermaid.
Atmospheric lyricist Amaya Laucirica, raucous pop four-piece School Damage, throwback rocker Emilee South, local reggae/funk maestros Pablo Pace, blues merchants The Rubber Band, hip-hop duo Black Magic, folkster Sal Kimber, and duo Thomy Sloane and Lucy Waldron are also on the bill.
Festival organiser Lex Fletcher said he had aimed to create a strong blend of styles and genres which would fit together well.
“We're trying to build the pace throughout the festival, really build up to the headliners,” he said.
“It's a very atmospheric lineup, socially the festival should be a great place to be, but the shows will also be very visually pleasing.
“These bands work alongside each other really well.
“The fantastic part about this festival is that we have a few well-established acts, but we're really trying to show a few people some new and undiscovered bands and acts out there that are really, really good.”
Located in Madman's Gully, the festival is scheduled to go ahead on the 25th and 26th of January.
Live music kicks off at 4pm on the Friday afternoon and will roll right through until Saturday night, while organisers have expanded food and bar facilities, as well as other family areas.