A one-day music festival has joined the Margaret River events calendar with organisers dropping the nostalgic line-up on Wednesday morning - fronted by fan-favourite Ziggy Alberts. After a successful run in 2021, Margaret River is welcoming the Here Comes the Sun festival back to it’s roster this spring. Taking over 3 Oceans Winery on Saturday November 19, Here Comes the Sun will celebrate “all things gnarly and nostalgic” in what will be the wine capital’s first large scale event since COVID-19 lockdowns. Leading the way will be headline act Ziggy Alberts, the Australian singer rising to fame with Aria-charting hits including Runaway and Laps Around the Sun. Also joining Alberts down south will be alternative surf rock artists Babe Rainbow, Aria award-winning DZ Deathrays and Sydney’s six-piece indie group Winston Surfshirt. Rounding out the legendary line-up are the likes of Body Type, The Dreggs, Kiera Jas, Livvy and Pricie. Along with all the music, ticket holders will be able to explore art activations, local food and wine and a late night DJ party to finish the night off right. Tickets will be available from 4pm Thursday, July 21, with presale tickets on sale 24 hours earlier via https://arep.co/p/hctsfest22. The event comes after the raging success of the Out of the Woods Festival in April which saw nearly 16,000 music-lovers walk through festival gates at the Busselton Foreshore. For those looking to quench their festival thirst before November, Barnard Park will once again fill with musical madness with the Good Day Sunshine Festival on September 24, bringing the likes of Leon Bridges, the Teskey Brothers and Josh Pyke.