Pace yourself for a solid fortnight of partying in Moreland when the Brunswick Festival returns for its 28th year
Moreland dwellers are spoiled for choice when it comes to musical talent, but no more so than during the annual Brunswick Festival when international and local acts party with locals for just over two weeks in a celebration of folk, roots, rock, soul and world music.
The ever popular Sydney Road Street Party kickstarts shenanigans, followed by a solid schedule of music and good food in just about every event space Moreland has to offer.
Highlights include New Yorker Blind Boy Paxton, who harkens back to the travel worn bluesmen of the '20s and '30s, Mia Dyson, the rock-pocket rocket with the gravel and whiskey pipes, and a closing bash featuring a mash up of space age disco with Latin beats courtesy of the Cumbian Cosmonauts. For a run-down of the gigs we're most excited about, check out our top picks of the festival.