Regional Victoria will welcome a new one-day music festival when Live At The Park debuts in Drouin this November, headlined by The Living End and Daryl Braithwaite.
Brought to you by the same people who present Inverloch Sounds of Summer, Gippsland Country Music Festival and Land of Plenty Festival, Live At The Park is about celebrating with good mates, great food and Gippsland alongside some amazing live music.
Set to join the two headliners is another Aussie music treasure, Kate Ceberano who along with The Living End and Daryl Braithwaite have between them earned multiple number one albums and singles, won countless awards and sold millions of records.
Gippsland locals, rock-roots act Nick Carver and the Mean Street Butchers and indie-punk rockers Two Last Names round out the bill.
"Gippsland! We are coming your way to play Live At The Park," The Living End says.
"Joining in the good times are Kate Ceberano, Daryl Braithwaite plus a bunch of other sweet acts. Hope to see you there!"
Set for six hours of live music, Live At The Park will take place 20 November at Civic Park, just a five-minute walk from the Drouin train station (trains to Melbourne and Traralgon run every hour).
Tickets go on sale 9am local time on 30 July. More information.
Live At The Park 2021 Line-up
The Living EndDaryl BraithwaiteKate CeberanoNick Carver & The Mean Street ButchersTwo Last Names