Time Out says
It’s a beachside bash with special events from reggae and rock music to a high tea for mum
Burradise Festival is sure to entice Sydneysiders down south with its enviable line-up of music, food and South Coast surf culture. You’ll be kept busy over the weekend watching local and international talent at the surfing tournament, enjoying diverse cuisines and craft at food and market stalls, perusing the art and culture exhibitions or listening to some live local tunes.
The Culburra Beach Surf Bash Tournament is now in its second year and runs over Saturday and Sunday. It’s a major drawcard for diehard surfers who know the waves as the home of Tyler Wright – the 2016 and 2017 World Surf League Women’s Champion.
Musos will flock to the shores of Culburra to hear a line-up of blues, reggae, rock, west African grooves and Spanish fusion music. A few names on the ticketed evening events include Afro-Caribbean rockers Moussa Diakite and Wassado, dynamic Melbourne duo This Way North and island groovers Benji and the Saltwater Sound System. There’s also free live performances throughout the day on Saturday and Sunday.
This is all happening over Mother’s Day weekend, so if you’re making it a family affair, there’s plenty of opportunities to soak up some art and culture or go for a relaxing beach walk after picking up lunch from one of the food stalls. And the community is putting on a bake sale so you can treat mum to a beachside high tea.