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Get Your Groove On Grabs Birds Of Tokyo and Pete Murray For Outdoor Shows

by on October 10, 2017

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Sydney’s west is being treated to two outdoor events with Get Your Groove On in February.

Birds of Tokyo will headline concert one on 17 Feb with British India. Concert two on 24 Feb has Pete Murray and Thirsty Merc. More artists will be announced soon.

“After years of running festivals and concerts in the Hunter Valley, the team behind ‘Get Your Groove On’ decided it was time to bring a little Hunter Valley cool to Sydney”, said Grant Smith of Sound Addiction Event Management. “‘Get Your Groove On’ is all about indulgence in a fun and relaxed atmosphere.

“Think Hunter Valley Wine, Boutique Beers, amazing foods, massage stations, dancing on the grass, lights in the trees, tarot reading, funky stalls, great A-List music and lots, lots more…

“It’s time to escape the everyday life, “get your groove on”, and be transported to someplace special”.

Tickets go on sale on 17 October 2017.


2 Outdoor Concerts – 2 Saturdays in February

Concert 1
Saturday 17th February, 2018 – 3PM to 10PM

Concert 2
Saturday 24th February, 2018 – 3PM to 10PM



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