2019 Here Comes the Sun Festival at 3 Oceans Winery

Amy Shark will headline at the Here Comes the Sun festival at 3 Oceans winery on Saturday, October 12, 2019. Image supplied.
Amy Shark will headline at the Here Comes the Sun festival at 3 Oceans winery on Saturday, October 12, 2019. Image supplied.

Some of the nation's festival favourites will make their way to 3 Oceans winery in October to cure music lovers of their winter blues for the Here Comes the Sun festival.

Here Comes The Sun is a brand new annual event that celebrates the change in weather that can only mean the coming of summer.

Featuring an outstanding line-up of music legends, plus tantalising artisan foods, visual art and activities native to the region, Here Comes The Sun is a blissful new addition to the local calendar, set to make its inaugural appearance on Saturday, October 12 at 3 Oceans Winery.

Having already been the venue of choice for acts like Xavier Rudd, Passenger and Rfs Du Sol, 3 Oceans Winery is the perfect home for Here Comes The Sun.

As a special treat for all her fans out west, Amy Shark will headline Here Comes The Sun as a WA exclusive.

Bursting her way into the hearts and minds of music lovers with her 2016 smash single Adore, Shark is a true national treasure whose soulful voice and otherworldly songwriting keep going from strength to strength.

In another WA exclusive, hometown heroes San Cisco will be taking a moment from conquering the world to grace the stage at Here Comes The Sun.

With an armada of killer singles under their belt - from the breakthrough Awkward to worldwide smash When I Dream - San Cisco are beloved both at home and overseas for their joyous, uplifting songs that bring a ray of sunshine to everyone who hears them.

From pop to hip hop, and Here Comes The Sun breaks out another big gun in legendary Melbourne rapper Seth Sentry - who heads out west on the tail of his amazing new single Wrong One.

With more awards than he has shelf space for, Seth has been a relentless force since debuting with The Waitress Song in 2009.

Rubbing shoulders with the veteran performers are legends-in-the-making Good Doogs. Crafting exhilarating surf rock out of pop hooks and punk energy,

Also representing the best in Australian talent, PLTS (that's 'pilots') are continuing on their rise to the top, with a stop-over in WA for Here Comes The Sun.

The Byron Bay three-piece kicked off the year by releasing the heart-wrenchingly beautiful Lonely Leaves EP, and continue to solidify their reputation as one of the best live acts in the country.

Margaret River songstress Paige Valentine will prove why she is such a big hit in her hometown (and recipient of a literal handful of WAM Award nominations).

But Here Comes The Sun doesn't stop when the bands do. After 10pm the official after-party kicks into gear with the ever popular Get Down Club DJs.

Pulling out all the house classics from the '80s and '90s, Get Down Club will keep the good times rolling with disco and tech house.