at Taer Angwidd Farm Wollombi
Saturday, 20 May 2017 from 1:00 PM to 8:30 PM + Add to calendar20/05/2017 13:0020/05/2017 20:30Australia/SydneyWollombi Paddock Sessions - Taer Angwidd FarmWollombi Paddock Sessions - Taer Angwidd Farm Saturday, 20 May 2017 from 1:00 PM to 8:30 PM (AUS Eastern Standard Time) Organiser Merryl Naughton and Peter Ross 0417459439 email@example.com Address Taer Angwidd Farm Wollombi Turn into Narone Creek Rd from the Wollombi Rd to Cessnock Rd, approx. 1km north of Wollombi Village. Follow the signs at Narone Creek Rd. Event web page: https://www.stickytickets.com.au/48246/wollombi_paddock_sessions__taer_angwidd_farm.aspxTaer Angwidd Farm Wollombi
Merryl Naughton and Peter Rossincywincycyder@gmail.comfalseDD/MM/YYYY
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Saturday 20th May 1:00pm to 8:30pm
In the Grove Paddock at Taer Angwidd Farm, Wollombi (only 1km from Wollombi Village).
Paddock Sessions 2016 proved to be a stunning debut music festival. Not leaving well enough alone, the line up for 2017 is amped up. Big stage, wide open paddock and plenty of chill out festival and cool music to fire up the senses.
Imogen Clarke & Band
This Way North
John Flanagan Trio
More details on our website: https://incywincycyder.wixsite.com/paddocksessions
Taer Angwidd Farm is perfectly placed just 2.5 hours from Sydney, 1.5 hours from Newcastle and a little over an hour from Gosford. Come for the day, camp onsite or stay in multitude of nearby accommodation.
Bring a blanket, bring a picnic or get what you need at the Festival Stalls.
Sales are limited, buy now to secure your patch for this history making festival. Can't wait ... get your music on!
Parking and camping on site, or find accomodation at:
For Glamping, call Jo at Glamp Inn The Hunter
Merryl Naughton and Peter Ross