Sure you've got all your festivals where everyone can barely comprehend what is happening in front of them, the music is SO loud you can't your mates who're literally shouting in your ears, and occasionally go see an act you're not too 'keen' on. But how about something a little more chilled, where you can chat to your mates (no screaming), enjoy some tunes by a few cool local artists and just float around on your own giant buoy, complete with a couple beers.
The Coconut Club is here to deliver a super cool experience, unlike most others. Making the most of unused urban space, this time around The Coconut Club will have its base on the bank of the River Torrens! Sounds pretty good so far? Well, it only gets better, there's going to be a bunch of great food available, plus an awesome variety of fine wines and boutique beers whilst the lineup consists of Local Revolution, Little Coyote, The Coconut Kids (who are also responsible for setting up the event!) and Cherry Pickers.
So, are you ready to find out a little more? Or maybe you're already keen and just itching to get your hands on tickets? Then get head on over to their information page @ The Coconut Club Info or for tickets and to hire out a buoy go to The Coconut Club Tickets.
Images via The Coconut Club
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