>>>TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE<<<
We're super excited to be able to announce our complete line up for LARA!
We've hand picked a broad and eclectic mix of genres to suit all tastes.
We're so grateful that all these artists have kindly offered their time and talent to perform to you all and to help raise vital funds for our chosen charities.
You can see all these amazing acts just for £15! It's gonna be an amazing day (and a perfect mothers day gift!)
We are stoked to announce tickets are now available for the city wide multi venue music festival LARA (Leicester Artist Relief for Australia). A mere £15 will get you wristband access to enjoy over 40 acts across 6 stages! There will also be raffles & auctions on the day to help raise funds, with some great prizes! Just £15, What a bargain!
Not only that but we are proud to announce the second wave of artists that will be joining us on March 22nd. Welcome to the lineup: Andrea Kenny, Lee Spencer, Michael Vickers, Harrison Gent, Maryanne Ratcliffe, S.T.Manville, Try Subversion, Gu-Ru and local legend, the one and only Jersey Budd!
All proceeds will be going to Goongerah Wombat Orphanage and Cobargo Wildlife Sanctuary, so tell all your friends! Tell the world! Your support means everything!
Well here it is! The first 6 acts of 30+ to be announced across 5 stages! Please welcome to the lineup The Whiskey Rebellion, Ann Duggan, Better Off Dead, Gallows High, Elysian and Our first headliner, local hero and international star, Uncle Frank!!!
More information on all of the acts can be found HERE alongside links to their personal websites if you want to check them out even further!
Keep checking back to our website and social media pages, as we will be regularly making exciting updates that you won't want to miss!
Goongerah Wombat Orphanage aim to care for orphaned, sick and injured wombats for a complete and successful release back into the wild. Goongerah is nestled between mountains in Far East Gippsland, Victoria, Australia. This remote town is amongst national parks and rainforests, being home to many species of Australian wildlife.
Located on the Sapphire Coast of NSW, Cobargo Wildlife Sanctuary is an 850-acre property owned by avid wildlife lovers Sara and Gary. Living on the land for the last 2 years, Sara and Gary established one of the last permanent wildlife havens in the region where as many as 150 kangaroos, wallabies and wombats could roam freely with food in abundance and any care and rehabilitation needed close at hand. In the years that came to pass, wildlife and human became family and coexisted in wild harmony.