The lineup's out, and plans are being made - blockbuster music festival Spilt Milk will be coming to Ballarat in November.
Tickets are on sale on June 13, but for people who live in Ballarat, there's a special offer happening today.
Get down to Hop Temple, off Armstrong Street, before 5pm to jump in line for a chance to get a "Homegrown" ticket - before everyone else.
Spilt Milk is a regional music festival, bringing international acts like Chvrches, JUICE WRLD, and Khalid, as well as the best in Australia like Dune Rats, Psychedelic Porn Crumpets, Illy, and Hottest 100 winners Ocean Alley to Canberra and Ballarat.
While there'll be capacity for 25,000 fans at Victoria Park, tickets will sell out fast.
Pictured on Spilt Milk's Facebook event is a photo from last year's Canberra Homegrown ticket sale, and the line is intimidating.
The Homegrown sale is running in Ballarat, Bendigo, and Geelong this year, helping regional music fans access tickets first.
If you can provide proof you live or study in Ballarat - a student ID should work - you can grab a code to get two tickets for $120 each.
Organisers are promising some bonus prizes for lucky ticket buyers as well.
You'll have to use the code before 11pm tonight, and the festival is for over-18s only.
There's no guarantees for the Homegrown tickets, codes will only be available until the allocation's exhausted - but don't stress, sign up for pre-sales on June 12 before tickets go on sale to the public on June 13.
From there, it's all about plotting the outfits and waiting for the set times.
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