Wollongong’s biggest music festival is again paying homage to the arts and cultural scene with a number of pop-ups and installations while some tickets are still available.
As of Friday evening Moshtix was still advertising Yours and Owls “Weekend” and “VIP Weekend” tickets available for purchase. Single-days tickets were, however, sold out.
While the announcement of “The Local” stage will see South Coast musicians and artists on the lineup which already boasts Peking Duk, Alison Wonderland, Hockey Dad and Angus & Julia Stone.
The Enough Said Poetry Slam will share rhymes and push boundaries on stage, Ovuhm femme art collective will explore ideas through performance art and movement, while visual artists from Port Kembla’s Bike Park Gallery will have works on exhibition.
Advocates to stamp out food waste, not-for-profit Hidden Harvest returns to spread their message about how to live a sustainable future.
While LGBTQI+ advocates Queer Space will be at the festival to ensure people from that community feel safe, along with local queer musicians such as Cry Club who will also perform.
For more details visit: www.yoursandowls.com.au