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Party in The Park Announced


Party In The Park is set to rock Sydney on March 24, with an absolutely stellar lineup that’s sure to please all music lovers.  This one-day festival, dedicated to sparking up the creative scene north of the Harbour Bridge, is heading into its fourth year at the rain, hail or shine Big Top Sydney Luna Park in just three weeks time.  The party will be jam-packed with music from the impressive lineup at a seriously affordable pricepoint.  Headlining at Party In The Park this year will be Art Vs Science, The Creases, Ebony, Joyride, Kingswood, Kuren, Maddy Jane, Marvell and Stonefield, with support from Barney Cools DJs.

Organisers are stoked to present two stages this year, and on top of all the killer live music, punters can enjoy 20% off rides at the Park before they head on in to the festival (no pass-outs available on the day).  There will be gourmet food and drinks to be had within the Big Top, with a multitude of transport options available for patrons to make their way to the Park on the day.

Dan Mac from Art Vs Science is amped to hit up the party, saying, “We’ve been deep in the studio working on album number three, and we are super pumped to be playing this Sydney show in front of a huge audience.

Art vs Science will be smashing through their latest single Wickoo, some older fan faves, and maybe fans will even get a taste of album number three!  The Creases are Aussie festival faves and will be reeling off tracks from their debut record Tremolow which dropped last year.  Ebony, the impressive 21-year-old who turned heads with her delicate and affecting first single Skin & Bones, and Joyride, the lovable Aussie musician/DJ behind triple j fave Aunty Tracey’s Cookies, will both be taking the stage with their diverse sounds, while rock favourites Kingswood and Stonefield will be tearing it up on the day too.  There’s something for everyone, be it Kuren’s intricate electronica which saw him collaborate with the likes of Illy, Maddy Jane’s sweet folk/pop that saw her support Harry Styles on his Australian tour, or Marvell’s bluesy jams.

Party In The Park is sure to bring the community together over a beaut day of great music and fun that is undeniably Sydney.  The team have put together an awesome lineup at a very accessible price point for punters – so music lovers are encouraged to grab tix while there are still some left!

Party In The Park returns for the fourth year in a row on March 24, 2018.



Tickets: All unreserved general admission

Prices: $74.90 (plus booking fees)

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