Live At The Park is a brand new one-day, music-lovers’ concert created especially for Gippsland featuring a world-class all-star Aussie line-up of The Living End, Daryl Braithwaite, Kate Ceberano and more.
Together, The Living End, Daryl Braithwaite and Kate Ceberano have had 50 ARIA nominations, multiple number one albums and singles, won countless awards and sold millions of records. 2021 is also the 30 year anniversary of Daryl’s incredible sing-a-long anthem ‘Horses’ so get your friends together and get ready to rock out what is set to be the perfect way to kick off the Summer. But get in quick because this event is sure to sell-out. The event also features two awesome Gippsland acts Nick Carver & The Mean Street Butchers and Two Last Names.
Brought to you from the team that produces ‘Inverloch Sounds of Summer’, ‘Gippsland Country Music Festival’ and ‘Land of Plenty Festival’, Live At The Park celebrates “amazing live music, good mates, great food and Gippsland”.
Live At The Park will take place on Saturday 20 November 2021 in the stunning Civic Park in Drouin. The event site is only 5 minutes walk from the Drouin train station which is on the Traralgon V/Line and has trains running both to Melbourne and Traralgon almost every hour.
Tickets go on-sale for more than six hours of amazing live music this Thursday (29 July) at 9am. However you can register for the pre-sale at the Live At The Park website (below).
LIVE AT THE PARK
Saturday 20 November 2021, Civic Park, Drouin
THE LIVING END
NICK CARVER & THE MEAN STREET BUTCHERS
TWO LAST NAMES
Tickets on-sale 9am Thursday 29 July: www.liveatthepark.com.au
The sound shell in which we’ll see the Live at the Park performers in Civic Park Drouin is called the KA Pretty Sound Shell, named for local Drouin and Jindivick identity Keith Pretty, who served as Shire Secretary/Chief Executive of the former Buln Buln Shire Council from 1956 to 1990. The Drouin-based Buln Buln Shire become part of the new Baw Baw Shire in 1994.