Top of the mornin' to ya, and what a glorious morning it is. The Porch Sessions we know and love are again gracing us with magical tunes, absolutely delish bites, a marketplace bazaar and allll of the local beer, wine and cider, but in the form of a porch session on steroids. Announcing: Porchland, 2017.
Last year The Porch Sessions hosted their inaugural Porchland festival, which was a pretty tasty little treat, amid the rain that ensued. Luckily the Porch crew pushed ahead and held a bloody good time, featuring some stellar bands. I actually got to fulfil my lifetime dream of ~properly~ dancing in the rain, so thanks team.
We couldn't be more excited that this festival is set to return this year, at the stunning grounds of Newenham, Adelaide Hills. For a full day you can escape to porchland, sprawl out on persian rugs, fill your bellies with delicious things, drink all of the local beverages and dance to your heart's content.
Sons of The East
Al Parkinson and the babes
The Teskey Brothers
O' Little Sister
With Market Bazaar Goodness by:
Knotley Crew - The Lost Tribe - Nomad Collective - Littlest Vintage
Hither & Yon - Barossa Valley Cider Co - Pirate Life Beer - CREAM - Mischief Brew
Delectaballs - Four Seeds - Los Pinchos Locos - Daisy Burger
+ many more to come.
Tickets have JUST gone live, so head here to snap yours up before they are sold-out!
Where: Newenham, Adelaide Hills
When: 2 - 10pm on April 9
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