December holidays are on the horizon and there’s no better way to get ready for a much-needed break, than with a relaxing day at Large On The Lawn 2019. This event will feature a great line-up of artists. It’s happening at Marks Park in Johannesburg on the Saturday the 30th of November.
Large On The Lawn is Johannesburg’s answer to the Cape Town’s Kirstenbosch Summer Concerts. Brace yourselves for a beautiful day out with friends and family, on a blanket with drinks and snacks. It’s the perfect way to spend a Saturday.
Jeremy Loops and Matthew Mole will be performing again, Aussie Indie Folk sensation Sons Of The East are making their way here from down under and there will also be performances by The World of Birds, Werner Bekker, and Lara Gear.
More info about Sons Of The East
Sons Of The East hail from the Northern Beaches of Sydney, Australia. Band mates Dan Wallage, Nic Johnston and Jack Rollins have already seen their music achieve 100 million streamsand over 20 million YouTube viewsas their popularity continues to soar worldwide.
The band’s motley acoustic-electric sound has become a unique and charismatic trademark: soulful, joyous and irresistible. Songs like ‘Into The Sun’, ‘My Repair’, ‘Come Away’ and ‘California’ have become favourites. FYI: These songs have over 60 million streams between them alone.
Check out the music video for ‘Into The Sun’ below:
2019 has been huge for Sons Of The East. They released their third studio EP, Burn Right Through and they’ve just wrapped up their biggest and most successful tour ever. Sons Of The East have played to sell out crowds across Australia, the UK and Europe – 54 shows / festivals in front of over 20,000 fans.
The Burn Right Through EP and its runaway singles ‘Nothing Comes Easy’, ‘Silver Lining’ and ‘It Must Be Luck’ have already achieved over 4 million streams.
Vinyl Garden said: “… ultimately what really makes this band shine is their stage presence (they are a must see live)!”.
Large On The Lawn 2019 Ticketing Info
Tickets are available via Howler. Prices start at R195 for adults and R125 for kids under 18. Kids 6 years old and under get in for free! Take note that pricing excludes booking fees. Gates open at 10 AM on the day and the show ends at 7:30 PM.
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