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Follow The Sun Festival

When:

Sun 5 Oct 2014, 12:00pm–10:00pm

Where: Wigley Reserve, Wigley Reserve, Anzac Highway, Glenelg, South Australia

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Early Bird (first 500): $49.95
  • General Admission: $54.95
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: ash56

Adelaide is proud to announce a brand new addition to the Australian music festival calendar, Follow The Sun Festival, which will take place in the picturesque beachside surrounds of Glenelg on Sunday 5 October.

The one-day boutique event will be a celebration of Australian blues and roots music, with a confirmed lineup to include the mighty Paul Dempsey, BONJAH, Dallas Frasca, Benjalu, Lyall Moloney, Tom Richardson, Babylon Burning, Ciaram Granger, Voice Of Trees, James Abberley, Alice Haddey, The Fuller Brothers & Kiki.

Follow The Sun will provide festivalgoers of all ages with a 'backyard bbq' vibe, welcoming friends and families along for a day of music and enticing produce set against South Australia's stunning landscape.

Without the hassles of long queues and with a commitment to high standard hospitality across the board, Follow The Sun offers a comfortable, relaxed alternative to large-scale festivals.

The licensed event will include a range of delicious food topped off with an array of local wines and imported beers.