January 3, 2020

Inland Sea of Sound 2020


The Inland Sea of Sound is a major festival of music, arts and culture in Bathurst NSW which returns on 28-29 February 2020 with an outstanding lineup headlined by Missy Higgins, Killing Heidi, Mojo Juju, Thando, Timberwolf and many more all on top of the iconic location of Wahluu/Mount Panorama. A festival to truly make you feel on top of the world! Check out the FULL PROGRAM HERE

Performers will be featured on three separate stages over the two days of the Festival. And its not just about the music. The popular Kids Space will return in 2020. With a focus on supporting local artists and finding fun sustainable activities for all ages the space will be alcohol free and a place to relax. Open until 7:00pm on both days we will provide not only fun, but also shade, fruit and water for the little ones. In addition to the programmed activities and music the space will be filled with fun games for free play.

As a special highlight for families this year Lah Lah’s Big Band will be playing on the main stage early on Saturday, with ticket packages available for early entry as a family.

And then there are the kites! Inland Sea of Sound will this year host The Australian Kiteflyers Society atop Wahluu/Mount Panorama. Taking advantage of the highest and most scenic spot in Bathurst, attendees will get to see giant kites in action, have their kites fixed at the Kite Hospital or fly high themselves with the hire of a kite during the day. 

 Camping is even available on site for $25 per night per campsite, $40 for two nights (up to six people maximum per site). Wake up on Wahluu to feel on top of the world!

Don’t miss out on the 2020 Inland Sea of Sound Festival experience, and get your tickets now. If you have any difficulties purchasing tickets online please contact the Box Office, tickets@bathurst.nsw.gov.au or 02 6333 6161

You can also purchase a camping site pass and hire a tent when you buy your tickets. Camp sites will be allocated when you arrive on site.

Children 12 and under are free but they still need a ticket. Simply purchase child tickets for $0.


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