SummerSalt at Bondi Beach
A new music festival taking place overlooking Sydney’s most ocean views is taking place this November.
Surf, sun, sound and all-round good vibes – SummerSalt is the pre-summer festival you want to get tickets to ASAP.
Taking place on November 26 at Bondi Beach, SummerSalt is a new national concert experience celebrating Australia’s iconic summertime locations - a day of fun in the sun with the perfect soundtrack to match.
The chilled back vibes will be supplied by some of the biggest names in the music industry – the genre-bending Cat Empire and the incredibly talented and charismatic Xavier Rudd. Supporting these talents are Lucy Peach and Emmanuel Jal.
But alongside the opportunity to have a boogie by the beach, you can also indulge your other senses too with plenty of market stalls offering delicious snacks, refreshing drinks or maybe just the odd memento to remind you of your experience.
It’s just not all about good times, either, as the SummerSalt team have a dedicated green initiative to help reduce their footprint.
Punters can purchase a Green Ticket option (available during checkout) to offset emissions created by this event, with proceeds going to the Australian Carbon Farming Projects – to support Australian farmers adopting sustainable farming strategies. These projects cover 4.5 million hectares and reduce emissions by approximately 50 million tonnes per year.
Fun AND environmentally friendly.
For more information, including ticketing, head to the official SummerSalt website.
SummerSalt will take place on Sunday, November 26, at Bondi Beach.
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