Playground Weekender

Playground Weekender, New South WalesPlayground Weekender Festival takes place in New South Wales

Playground Weekender Festival
 2012 dates – 2nd to 4th March (CANCELLED DUE TO ADVERSE WEATHER REPORTS!)

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Chic Feat Nile Rogers,  Boy and Bear, Roots Manuva, Unkle Sounds, Manchester Orchestra, Black Lips, Ariel Pinks Haunted Graffiti, Bonobo (Live), Neon Indian, Lanie Lane, The Orb, Bomb The Bass, Seekae, Greg Wilson, Damian Lazarus, Cuban Brothers, Canyons, Hudson Mohawke, Lee Burridge, Art Department, Rustie, Danny Daze, Kirk Degorgio, Northeast Party House, Toucan, Millions, Nantes, Elizabeth Rose

Shapeshifter, Melbourne Ska Orchestra, Steve Bug, LTJ Bukem, Amirali (LIVE), Cameras, Pluto Jonze, Paper Scissors, Kirk Degiorgio, Guerre, Lunars, Fait Accompli, March of the Real Fly, The Smith Street Band, Bomb the Music Indus…try!, The Walking Who, Bitrok, The Bennie, Catcall, Milhouse, The Fighting League, Wordlife, Morgda, Brenton Catz, Nic Scali, Brahn, Mia Lucci, Le Brond, Sam Roberts, Murat Killic

The History of  Playground Weekender Festival
Playground Weekender is now in it’s fifth year (2011). A unique fixture on the Australian music calendar offering music lovers an alternative from the one-day inner city festivals. The promise of a weekend you’ll never forget awaits you and your 10,000 new best friends under the stars!

“90 minutes out of Sydney on the banks of the Hawkesbury River, Playground Weekender is one festival that truly deserves to be labeled unique. Once you step off that ferry, it’s very hard to leave…” (Faster Louder Australian Festival Awards)

Come see why Playground Weekender has won ‘Best Crowd & Atmosphere’ 2009 & 2008. Pack your tents, get out of the city and head up the coast for an eclectic mix of sounds featuring international artists, the cream of local talent, and numerous quirky asides spread over four joyful days.

There will be six stages of music, an outdoor cinema, cabaret acts, cocktail bar, a healing riverside area, yoga, international food and market stalls, Australia’s largest fancy dress party, Club Tropicana swimming pool area and a host of surprises…

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