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Here Comes the Sun Festival
Here Comes the Sun Festival


 - Early Bird Tickets - SOLD OUT

 - First release tickets - SOLD OUT

 - Second release tickets - SOLD OUT

 - Final release tickets - SOLD OUT

HCTS FEST: Ocean Alley

There is no more fitting a headliner for Here Comes The Sun 2024 than Australia’s beloved psychedelic-surf-rockers, Ocean Alley. For the last decade they have sold out shows across Australia, North America, Europe, UK, and New Zealand – headlining to over 75,000 people globally in 2023 alone – including spots at Splendour In The Grass, Reading & Leeds (UK), and BottleRock (USA). The winner of 2018's Hottest 100 for their anthem 'Confidence' (now certified quadruple-platinum!), Ocean Alley released their epic fourth album 'Low Altitude Living' last year – captivating audiences with their psychedelic beauty. Citing their love for the ocean as their biggest inspiration, could there be a more apt musical accompaniment to Australia's best surfing competitions? We think not!

HCTS FEST: Ball Park Music

Melancholic masters Ball Park Music are one of Australia's most successful acts – producing six incredible albums in nine years (five of which debuted in the ARIA Top 10). Festival veterans, the beloved Brisbane five-piece have made sold-out appearances at Summer Sounds and Neck Of The Woods (to name but two) as well as recently joining icon Paul Kelly's Making Gravy concert series.

HCTS FEST: Ruby Fields

When Ruby Fields' aptly-titled debut album 'Been Doin' It For A Bit' debuted at #1 on the ARIA Charts, it confirmed that Australia absolutely loves the silky-voiced singer-songwriter. Shortly after, the world followed suit. One of the most talented and emotionally-moving artists in the country, Ruby Fields switches from a haunting solo delivery to a cyclonic full-band attack in the blink of an eye.

HCTS FEST: Jack Botts

The image of Jack Botts surfing at sunset is one of the most perfect depictions of his aura as a human. His debut album 'Sucker For Sunsets' is a genre-bending masterpiece that delves deep into his soul – displaying personal lyrics that run the gamut from pain to elation. Laid-back and blissfully breezy, his music is summer incarnate; filled with the highs, lows and inbetweens of real life.

HCTS FEST: South Summit

WA's five-piece indie/reggae band South Summit are the perfect soundtrack to summer on the coast. Melding the diverse sounds of Aboriginal, Māori and Western culture; South Summit have taken off since forming during lockdown – surpassing over two million streams, earning a nomination for Triple J Unearthed ‘Artist Of The Year’, and impressing crowds at Groovin The Moo, Falls, and Rolling Sets.

HCTS FEST: Ocean Alleylews

Clews are one of the most exciting new artists in Australia – fronted by the sibling power of Lily and Grace Richardson, whose love for '90s anthems shows in their incredible songwriting and lush dual vocals. Amassing fans all over the globe, Clews are well on their way to becoming a festival staple – wielding grungey melodic power that sits somewhere between PJ Harvey and Warpaint.



3 Oceans Winery is situated half way between Busselton & Margaret River on the Bussell Hwy.

We have buses running from Margaret River, Cowaramup, Yallingup, Dunsborough & Busselton stopping at most locations along the way.

Get your bus tickets here

Thinking of driving? We have "paddock-parking" available at the venue a short stroll from the concert site.

Parking tickets are available here


Gates open at 1:30pm with the first act kicking off at 2:15pm.

We'll be all done by 10pm so you can be snuggled up in bed by midnight (not guaranteed).


The events at 3 Oceans at held on the northern lawns of the property and the event space is built from scratch each time.

There is a little shade, so it's always best to bring a hat and dress appropriately. 

We provide FOOD VANS that cater for most known dietary requirements,  TOILETS, a fully stocked BAR.

There is a MERCHANDISE tent, first aid, and FREE DRINKING WATER, so best to bring a little scratch and an empty water bottle for refilling.


This is a licensed event and all patrons must be 18+.

It is essential that you bring your photo ID, be it. a passport or current Australian Drivers License.

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