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John Farnham performs at One Electric Day Werribee Park. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

John Farnham performs at One Electric Day Werribee Park. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Melbourne’s Newest Music Festival Is A Weekend In The Gardens

by Paul Cashmere on December 2, 2016

in News

Mick and Anthea Newton, the founders of A Day On The Green, have developed Australia’s newest music festival A Weekend In The Gardens.

A Weekend In The Gardens will be an annual event to take place on the long weekend in March. Roundhouse Entertainment Director Michael Newton said, “Melbourne’s Royal Botanic Gardens is world renowned and we are thrilled to produce what we hope will be some very special concerts for the inaugural event in March and beyond.”

The first three A Weekend In The Gardens events will feature John Farnham on March 10, Boy & Bear on March 11 and Icehouse on March 12.



Robin Penty, Executive Director Public Engagement and Business Development at Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria says, “A WEEKEND In The Gardens is a wonderful new event for our Melbourne Gardens. This concert series is a perfect fit for our new programming focus, welcoming new and diverse audiences to our site at the heart of the city.”

EVENT DETAILS:

FRIDAY MARCH 10

John Farnham, Daryl Braithwaite, Ross Wilson

Reserved Seats and GA admission (byo deck chairs & picnic rugs)

Concert runs from 4.00pm – 11.00pm



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SATURDAY MARCH 11

Boy & Bear, San Cisco, Amy Shark

GA admission only 
Concert runs from 4.00pm – 11.00pm 



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SUNDAY MARCH 12

Icehouse, James Reyne, Clare Bowditch

Reserved Seats and GA admission (byo deck chairs & picnic rugs)


Concert runs from 4.00pm – 11.00pm


For full event details, go to www.aweekend.com.au.
 


TICKETS FOR SHOWS ON SALE – FRIDAY DECEMBER 9 at 10.00am
From Ticketmaster.com.au & 136 100 


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