Lost Picnic, the much anticipated laid-back showcase of Australian talent, is coming to Centennial Park on Sunday 23 March 2014.
With a great venue (Centennial Park), and amazing local talent on stage, get in quick and buy your tickets now (you can also order your picnic hamper at the same time!).
Who is playing?
Here’s some samples from the five acts who will hit the stage…
Megan Washington – Clementine
Sons of the East – Come Away
The Rubens – Never Be The Same
Emma Louise – Jungle
Dustin Tebbutt – The Breach
When are they playing?
Here are the set times for the event:
- 12pm – 1:50pm DJ
- 2pm – 2:50pm Sons of the East
- 3:10pm – 3:50pm Dustin Tebbutt
- 4:10pm – 4:50pm Emma Louise
- 5:20pm – 6:00pm The Rubens
- 6:30pm – 7:30pm Megan Washington
Centennial Park, a picnic, good music and family-friendly fun. What more could you want!
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