Spring is just around the corner and so are all the festivities that come along with the sunshine – and I’m more than ready for it!
Lost Picnic returns to Sydney for an epic day in spring, showcasing the best epicurean, performance, and musical talent.
The bohemian style event is set to sell-out just as it did when it debuted in 2014. Some of the world’s biggest names in the music game expected to play.
Fat Freddy’s Drop, will take the stage along with The Beatle Boys, celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Summer of Love and release of Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club and pay homage to the magic of The Beatles with the Australian Symphony Orchestra.
The entertainment doesn’t stop there! This ultra-talented line-up just keeps on giving.
With Sydney songstress and 2016 ARIA award-winner Montaigne, singer and songwriter Sarah Blasko, Melbourne four-piece The Teskey Brothers, and Sydney alt-folk band All Our Exes Live in Texas.
For the guests that want to fill their bellies and satisfy their pallets, Lost Picnic has teamed up with some of Sydney’s best restaurants.
Offering punters a selection of fine-dining dishes and gourmet hampers.
Along with this, popular pop-up The Tel Aviv Issue is on board with the latest Middle Eastern offerings from Jude Cohen up delights such as spit roasted biodynamic suckling pig and soft goats cheese with beetroot pickle.
Italian lovers, never fear, we have fresh homemade arancini, porchetta rolls, and Mediterranean antipasto from chef Antonio Sabia of Woolloomooloo’s famed Puntino Trattoria.
Got a sweet tooth? Lost Picnic has something for you too and its Chippendale’s KOI Dessert Truck!
White Rabbit will be there to offer craft beer and boutique wine and cider.
Woah! There’s so many amazing aspects to this day we could go on forever, but if you want to find out more about the event visit here.
Tickets are limited so get amongst it quick!