The backdrop of the pristine South West is ready to set the stage for the annual celebration of culture and community at Nannup Music Festival. Back for its 33rd year, the festival is set to be bigger and better than ever, with top interstate talent including singer-songwriter Kee’ahn and folk-rock duo Little Georgia adding to the diverse local line-up. While this year’s event is missing international names, the quality of the homegrown talent more than makes up for it. WA indie rockers Cloning join R&B artist Adrian Dzvuke, Mama Kin, Emily Barker, Pot Plant House Party and Delilah Rose among the mix of local artists gearing up to take to the stage. The eclectic mix spans genres of folk, indie rock, hip hop and beyond to highlight new, emerging and Indigenous acts from across the country. Queensland indie-folk duo Anna and Jordan and singer-song writer Darren Hanlon will be joined by Bumpy, Cat and Clint, Jess Ribeiro, Leah Senior, Liz Stringer and Sunday Lemonade among the Victorian acts. Representing NSW are indie-folk singer Emily Lubitz, Cat Edmunds, Felicity Urquhart and Josh Cunningham, Harry James Angus and Murray Cook’s Soul Movers, while the NT is sending the Garrangali and Salt Lake bands. The packed-out events program is yet to be released, so keep an eye out for the immersive workshops, talks, food and artisan markets and activities that will be on offer. A Nannup Music Festival official said the line-up was subject to change in this “unpredictable time”.