Back by popular demand, the second annual Deckchair Arts event hosted by Walsh Bay Arts and Commerce will take place on Sunday 13th March.
Featuring live music, performances and a paddock-to-plate menu, guests can pull up a deckchair outside the renowned Simmer on the Bay and take in the spectacular backdrop of Sydney Harbour.
Performances on the day will be provided by the 11-piece horn and drum street band, Hot Potato, Indigenous dancer Kaleb Taylor, one of Australia’s best jugglers and physical comedians Benny B, as well as Sarah Louis-Jean who will astound with boleadoras and drums.
A highlight of the event will be a scrumptious paddock-to-plate grazing menu provided by southern highlands farm, The Loch, owned by Simmer on the Bay Group. Utilising the finest produce from the local area, the menu will include dumplings, fresh seafood, a gelato cart and more.
Making a special guest appearance at Deckchair Arts will be the talented winner of the Moss Vale Buskers Battle, an annual competition that showcases the best-of-the-best in the busking scene.
Deckchair Arts is proudly part of The Sydney Morning Herald Spectrum Now Festival presented by ANZ. The festival takes over Sydney with art, music, stage and talks with a vibrant program of exhibitions, gigs and events.
What: Deckchair Arts
Where: Simmer on the Bay, Shore 2/3, 13 Hickson Rd, Walsh Bay
When: 1 to 4pm on Sunday 13th March 2016