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'Live at the Park' one-day music event coming to Drouin Civic Park on 26 November 2022
Get your friends together and get ready to rock out what is set to be the perfect way to kick off the summer.
Live At The Park is a brand new one-day, music-lovers concert created especially for Gippsland, featuring a world-class all-star Aussie line-up of The Living End, Daryl Braithwaite, Kate Ceberano and more. Together, The Living End, Daryl Braithwaite and Kate Ceberano have 50 ARIA nominations, multiple number one albums and singles, countless awards and sold millions of records.
'Live at the Park' is a live music event featuring a world-class all-star Aussie line-up of Daryl Braithwaite, The Living End, Kate Ceberano, Nic and the Mean Street Butchers and Last two Names
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Brought to you from the team that produces Inverloch Sounds of Summer, Gippsland Country Music Festival and Land of Plenty Festival, Live At The Park celebrates amazing live music, good mates, great food and Gippsland.
Live At The Park will take place on Saturday, 26th November in Drouin's stunning Civic Park in West Gippsland. The event site is a 5 minute walk from Drouin train station, on the Traralgon VLine and has trains running both to Melbourne and Traralgon almost every hour.
With over 6 hours of amazing live music, Live At The Park is expected to be a hit so you'd better get in quick and organise your weekend now. Tickets are available now, please visit Moshtix website. This event is proudly supported by Baw Baw Shire Council. To learn more, visit Live At The Park website.
Mayor Cr Michael Leaney said, "We're excited to welcome Live At The Park to our beautiful region this November. This event, with its all-star lineup, will be the perfect way to kick start the summer season."
"Events like this bring many visitors to the region and we encourage attendees to consider extending their stay for a few extra days to explore the range of local businesses and attractions available within Baw Baw. We look forward to welcoming many more major events like this to our region!" Cr Leaney concluded.
Find out more information and see programs for 'Live at the Park' - Drouin Civic Park.
Pictures from Live at the Park Facebook page.
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