January 29, 2020

After Elton John, What Next?

A week after Elton John dazzled Bathurst at Carrington Park, are you looking around for your next great Bathurst concert experience? The Inland Sea of Sound Festival is coming up on 28-29 February.

A festival to make you feel on top of the world, the Inland Sea of Sound is held on top of the iconic Wahluu-Mount Panorama and features an absolutely extraordinary lineup of talent over the two days. Rock legends Killing Heidi headline on Friday night, whilst the one and only Missy Higgins takes the stage on Saturday.  But the depth of talent taking to the three stages of the festival over the two days is epic! Thando, Timberwolf, Mojo Juju, Azadoota join local favourites Gabbi Bolt and Amy Viola amongst so many more in what will be truly a festival not to be missed! Check out the FULL PROGRAM.

Family fun? Totally covered with a Kids Zone, Lah Lah’s Big Band on Saturday plus the giant kites of the Australian Kiteflyers Association flying high over Wahluu-Mount Panorama. Then there are the food and drink stalls with the very best of local and regional on offer. Want to settle in for the full experience? You can camp on the mountain.

This is the must see festival of the Central West of NSW, and you have to experience it. Grab your tickets now

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