Today, we’re premiering Pitch Music & Arts - The Film, an extended aftermovie from the fifth edition of the groundbreaking Australian event.
Pitch Music & Arts Festival has quickly cemented itself as one of the world’s must-do electronic music festivals. The only festival of its kind in Australia, Pitch has previously been coined a “loud indicator of cultural and industry change”, leading a new era in the festival landscape.
This year, Pitch Music & Arts celebrated its fifth anniversary with another incredible edition. After emerging from the pandemic, travel is now back on the cards in Australia, and this groundbreaking event was certainly worth the pilgrimage down under.
The festival expertly contrasts the expansive Australian landscape with its signature brutalist stage design and art installations from designers including Burning Man's award-winning Clayton Blake. Combine this with the largest Funktion-One soundsystem in the Southern Hemisphere, bespoke stage designs (including a multilevel stage), art installations, natural wine and cocktails bars, boutique food offerings, a glamping village, roaming queer parties, theme camps, sound bath experiences, ambient meditation, yoga and more.
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Taking place over four days in March to round off the Australian summer, Pitch this year brought together a number of artists from all over the globe including Jayda G, Denis Sulta, DJ Seinfeld, Eris Drew b2b Octo Octa, jamesjamesjames, Partiboi69, SHERELLE, Floating Points, INNER CITY, HAAi and more.
Each year, Pitch takes place at the foothills of the Grampian Plains national park known for its dramatic bushland and picturesque landscapes. Sign up to the mailing list for updates on its 2023 edition.
Get a glimpse of the full Pitch Music & Arts experience and watch the extended aftermovie below.