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Free live music at Ballarat’s Summer Sundays

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Free concert series Summer Sundays is heading back to the Ballarat Botanical Gardens this January.

An exciting line-up of local, emerging and established musical talent will take to the outdoor stage over four weekends between 4-8pm.

The first afternoon of music kicks off on Sunday 7 January with a fantastic line-up featuring Yacht Rock Revival, Chitra, The Pearlies, and Roy Darby.

14 January

Bring a rug and picnic and see The Pigs, Chikchika, Confetti Western and Rhiannon Simpson live on-stage from 4pm.

A fireworks spectacular from 9.30pm will follow on the shores of Lake Wendouree (weather permitting).

21 January

Sit back and watch the Amaru Tribe, Squid Nebula, Crank Williams and Patsy DeCline, and Jeremy Beggs

28 January

One Spirit Africa, Ezra Lee, The Darlings Family Trust and Ballarat Grammar Music Program Presents: Surfe & Room 51 Band take to the stage today.

In addition to great tunes, a selection of Ballarat’s best food and beverage vendors will be onsite, alongside the pop-up Garden Bar to quench summer thirsts with local wine, craft beer and cider for patrons 18 and over.

[Image description: Musicians perform on an outdoor stage in front of a large audience]

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01 Jan 2024

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