Come One, Come All! Here Are Your Epic Entertainers For Lost Picnic 2017
By now you’ve heard the news that Lost Picnic is making its triumphant return this October. And while one of our major focuses is food (you know, it’s in our name), it wouldn’t be Lost Picnic without music and entertainment to round out the day.
First out of the gates are New Zealand’s own Fat Freddy’s Drop, who have been taking the world by storm the last few years with their hefty blend of funky soul, and on-stage energy. Joining them will be Sydney songstress (and oh-so-talented ARIA winner) Montaigne, the incredibly lovely singer-songwriter Sarah Blasko, Melbourne-based duo The Teskey Brothers, and Sydney’s alt-folk act All Our Exes Live In Texas.
Being added to this are The Beatle Boys, who will be celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Summer Of Love and the release of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, while paying faithful tribute to the legacy of The Beatles themselves alongside the Australian Symphony Orchestra.
Although music will play a big part at Lost Picnic alongside our stellar food offerings, there’s much more in store for those who choose to take part in the return of our soiree under the sun.
Adding to the amusement will be performers the likes of theatrical wonders, including live performance painter House Of TOLA, Gramophone Man and his steam-powered mobile DJ rig, enjoyable acapella by Soulfood, amongst other names including Mr Munkey Crank Organ, Wind Up Ballerina, Caged Angel, The Other Empire, and many others.
All all of this in with our unbelievably tempting food offerings in the form of hampers, and you’ve got the return of Lost Picnic you’ve been craving since our first outing in 2014.
Early release tickets are on sale now, and we’re sure they won’t last for long. So snap up passes for you and your crew, and prepare yourselves for an epic day in Sydney’s Domain with us.
Full lineup of all the day’s entertainment for Sunday the 15th of October can be found below:
FAT FREDDY’S DROP
THE BEATLE BOYS WITH GEORGE ELLIS AND THE AUSTRALIAN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
ALL OUR EXES LIVE IN TEXAS
THE TESKEY BROTHERS