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Joining us at Sugar Mountain 2018 are…
--- Music ---
Actress (UK) • Ara Koufax • Beaches • Body Type • Cut Copy
Dan Shake (UK) • Eclair Fifi (UK) • Fantastic Man • Gerd Janson (GER)
Honey Dijon (USA) • J Hus (UK) • Jamila Woods (USA)
(USA) • Kardajala Kirridarra • Laurel Halo (USA)
Love Deluxe • Project Pablo (CAN) • Sevdaliza (NED)
Shanti Celeste (UK) • Stella Donnelly
--- Visual art ---
VIA ALICE feat. Waangenga Blanco x Khalif Diouf (USA)
Amrita Hepi x Pasefika Victoria Choir
Justin Shoulder x CORIN x Tristan Jalleh
Hiroyasu Tsuri (JPN) x Jun Inoue (JPN)
Marcus Whale x Athena Thebus
--- Sensory restaurant ---
Sugar Mountain’s acclaimed immersive restaurant experiment is back, and the 2018 offering will be a love note to the real MVP… dessert. This year, it comes in collaboration with one of the absolute benchmark eateries in Australia.
You can book your Sensory add-on at the same time as your festival ticket, which is recommended if you don’t want to miss out. Stay tuned for the full reveal.
--- Boiler Room ---
The global cultural phenomenon makes its very welcome return to Sugar Mountain in 2018 for another huge broadcast. With the stage newly relocated to a new location, expect the same intimate vibes, sunshine and easy access. Brag alert: Sugar Mountain is Boiler Room’s only Australian festival partner, and one of only eight worldwide.
--- Future Culture ---
A new world order. Stay tuned for the reveal on a brand new space and initiative on-site within ACCA. Curated by Grace Dlabik it is a collaboration between BE. x i-D.
Future Culture pays homage to cultures from around the world and will be an explosion of colour, fashion, photography, art and music. The curation will be centred around creative pillars with a focus on shifting paradigms.
--- An evolving home ---
Arrive via the Sturt St festival entrance and SM 2018 reveals itself afresh, as we’ve introduced an expanded site and key new spaces. Indoor venues include the Grant Street Theatre, Margaret Lawrence Gallery, and Malthouse Theatre. For the first time ever, SM will expand into the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA) footprint, and take over Grant Street (the area between). Plenty of green and new places to discover.