>>>The secret festival

The secret festival

The festival is so secret that not even the artist line-up has been announced. But then this hasn’t stopped Secret Garden from hanging up the ‘Sold Out’ sign for the ninth year running. The question is quite simple really: Wanna party in a forest? If the answer is ‘yeah’, then get ready for a unique experience in the ’48-hour forest disco’. Stages with LED lights and art installations pop up like mushrooms from amongst the vegetation of Brownlow Hill Farm, about 80 km from Sydney. The theme of this year’s festival is ‘Royal Rave’ and the wild dance floor is sure to fill up Marie Antoinettes in fluorescent shorts, and knights with neon swords. The festival will be held on 24 and 25 February.

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