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South Coast Leisure Times : Spring 2016
Funky feast for the ears It’s funky and it’s fresh. It’s soul-pleasing and groovy. So why not attend one of the most brilliant contemporary music festivals Australia has to offer? The Granite Town Festival, October 28-30, offers you the chance to dance, feast and party the weekend away with family and mates on the banks of the Moruya River. Across three days you will be entertained by the best contemporary music Australia has to offer with everything from soul-pleasing fresh fusion/crossover jazz, gnarly funk, jumping hiphop and reggae along with new age smooth jazz, and the chance to catch some music industry icons. With the music setting the vibe, you can mingle with the thousands who attend the festival opening highlight, Riverlights. On Friday night (October 28) a parade of giant glowing sculptures - built by a community of artists, services, groups and families - will be towed by watercraft illuminating the river. With the lights presenting a feast for the eyes, Eat Street will have the festival goers stomach’s growling. A unique pop-up dining district, Eat Street will showcase and offer the best in local food and produce from local cafes, restaurants, eateries, vendors and caterers to those watching Riverlights. Music and events will continue across Saturday and Sunday promising a weekend of great food and great music set against the magic of the South Coast. Tickets are on sale online at www.granitetown.com.au. Further entertainment options are available including a local produce and champagne breakfast, local history tours, the Bower Concert and camping. Australian singer songwriter Kim Churchill will headline this year's Granite Town Festival in Moruya along with Ash Grunwald, Tash Sultana and Ngaiire. Riverlights Lanterns Eat Street Camping Street Performers TICKETS AND ALL THE INFO granite town would like to thank our sponsors for their support AW3030219AW3062169 Moruya 54 South Coast www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au