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Lost Picnic: Sydney’s Newest Boutique Music & Food Festival

Words by Scenewave Australia - Published on March 13, 2014

Summer might be over, but that doesn’t mean the party has to end. What better way to spend a sunny Sunday than enjoying some phenomenal home grown music and mouth-watering food (and drinks) in Sydney’s beautiful Centennial Park?

Let me introduce you to Lost Picnic, Sydney’s newest boutique cultural event.

All of your senses will be treated to earthly delights throughout the day (and that day, by the way, is Sunday, March 23)

Supporting local talent, Lost Picnic has selected an incredible group of Aussie musicians to entertain your ears: ARIA & APRA award winner Megan Washington, (who is on the brink of releasing her first single in nearly two years WOOHOO!)  the smashing rock ‘n roll five-piece The Rubens, songstress Emma Louise, triple j favourite Dustin Tebbutt and indie-folk trio Sons of the East.

We all know that one of the downsides of most festivals is the food. How sick are you of soggy burgers, flavourless noodle dishes and overpriced, underspiced kebabs?

Well, worry no more. Lost Picnic is about to put every other festival to shame.

You’ll get to sample some fresh, gourmet picnic hampers, Northern Eastern inspired food, ‘Italian soul food’ and more, from some renowned and celebrated chefs and restaurants including chefs Martin Boetz and Paul Wilson, and the iconic Bondi Beach restaurant Icebergs.

My mouth is already watering…..

Tickets are selling fast, but you can still grab ‘em starting at $99. Picnic hampers start at $69 for 2-3 people (a massive bargain when you think about it!) and they’ve got special package deals for groups of 4+

This is not a day to be missed.

Tickets & info HERE!

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