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Sounds Like: Diana Krall, Amy Winehouse, Norah Jones, Michael Jackson, Michael Bublé
Manager: Charlotte Clare
Bio: Charlotte Clare is an Australian artist from the Gold Coast, Australia...She performed in Jazz clubs with her band Natural Jazz and currently records from her home town on the Gold Coast and with World Famous Producer Mr Louie Shelton www.louieshelton.com. For more info on Ms Clare check out her ... See Full BioMore Info
Sydney, Perth & Melbourne only folks starting on the 18th check website for full details, tickets just went on sale this month
Last year’s festival saw 10,000 plus fans gather to see the likes of Gotye, Xavier Rudd, Salmonella Dub, The Stanton Warriors, Thundamentals and Hermitude, together with new acts: Husky, Oliver Tank and New Navy. More than a music festival, Peats is a community of weird and wonderfully themed venues, art installations, and a huge variety of artistic performances, workshops, events, and educational talks. Be prepared for anything – from comedy, circus, trapeze, dance, to eco-living and sustainability talks. The Festival has an established Healing Area, an inbuilt Kids Festival with a dedicated kids area and camping zone, eclectic markets, and amazing food and drinks (you literally can’t find a bad coffee at Peats). “From cooling off in the river to taking a morning yoga class, filling up on delicious organic food or lying back in the chai temple listening to soulful tunes, Peats Ridge brings a relevant and contemporary array of sounds, both local and international, to one of the most beautiful landscapes,” says Grant. Peats Ridge Festival is a world leading sustainable event, recognised by the United Nations, it has run most Sustainable Event in Australia two years in a row. The Festival offers a family-friendly environment with a full festival program organised for children and family camping facilities included.
Foreshore is more than just about the music, it is about the total festival experience including one of the most beautiful and unique festival sites in the country. The festival site is on Ngunnawal land, please aknowledge and respect this when coming to the event. Foreshore festival site is also in the very heart of the parliamentary triangle on East and West lawns, right in front of Parliament House. This is truly one of the most amazing festival locations in the country and is of significant national importance. Please treat the festival site with respect so we can return each year. There is plenty of room to grab a beer and chill on the grass with your mates or get right in amongst it on the stage barrier take it at your own pace and have a great day.
Supporting Good Charlotte (ironic hey!)
Supporting Good Charlotte