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The Lakeside Long Lunch Is More Than Just Food And Wine, It’s The Party We All Deserve

Ria Lawrence Ria Lawrence - Staff Writer

The Lakeside Long Lunch Is More Than Just Food And Wine, It’s The Party We All Deserve

Brace yourself for a day of dancing, good food and great wine at the Lakeside Long Lunch.

We’ve all been waiting for the return of outdoor festivals in all their glorious beauty. Our friends at Fever have as well, and now they have teamed up with Lakeside to offer an exclusive discount to this year’s Lakeside Long Lunch with Sneaky Sound System and Thirsty Merc headlining. (Featured image: Supplied/ Lakeside Long Lunch.)

The much-loved Lakeside Long Lunch promises to be the event to get you out of your lull and grooving to some fun beats with plenty of exciting events lined up. After an incredible inaugural year, the event is back on April 24 at the Sydney International Regatta Centre and promises to be bigger and better than before.

Let’s start with the picturesque location, does it get any better than taking in wide open spaces and soaking in the warm Autumn sun that has currently set over our city? The vibe is cosy and relaxed and a perfect way to unwind while also letting your hair loose. A celebration of wine, music, good food and views for days, it really doesn’t get much better than this. There will be more wineries, more food trucks and more entertainment at your disposal- the perfect little treat for yourself and your loved ones so snap up your tickets stat.

The Lakeside Long Lunch also has a stellar entertainment line-up with legends like Sneaky Sound System and Thirsty Merc set to light the stage on fire. There’s an added incentive for wine lovers- the general admission ticket offers a stemless wine glass. You will also find a delectable selection of food items and a wide assortment of delicious wines- sweet, spicy, creamy, chalky, earthy, dry- you name it.

Keep in mind that there is an 18+ age requirement with a valid ID. Find more information about the event here and remember to grab Fever’s $5 discounted ticket price before they sell out.

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