After successful beginnings in 2015, the Gerringong Surf Music Festival has returned for a second year on May 6.
Musicians from Kiama, Gerringong and other parts of the South Coast will feature at the family-friendly event which coincides with the Werri Slash surf competition.
“This year we are building two stages, we have 14 different bands, local food, beer and wines stalls,” organiser Adam Loxley said.
Some of the artists includes funky rhythms from the Mitchell Anderson Organic Orchestra, reggae by Mac Tango and dance tunes from Kingdog and the Cats.
The festival starts at midday Saturday afternoon in the Gerringong Town Hall and park, though the Gerringong Bowling Club will also host bands Friday night and Sunday afternoon.
For more information visit: www.gerringongsurfmusicfestival.com.au