As part of the official line up for the Sydney Morning Herald’s 2016 Spectrum Now Festival, Walsh Bay Arts and Commerce are for the second time, holding Deckchair Arts – this year on Sunday, March 13.

The event is a unique Walsh Bay celebration of sight, sound and tastes that will feature collaborations from a range of talented performers including 11-piece horn and drum street band, Hot Potato, Indigenous dancer Kaleb Taylor, Australia’s best jugglers, comedian Benny B along with Sarah Louis-Jean on the boleadoras and drums.

Tastebuds will also be turned on thanks to the delicious fare using the finest, quality Southern Highlands produce thanks to Simmer on the Bay’s Brigid Kennedy.

Deckchair Arts is Walsh Bay at its best: great food, fine wine and an exceptional line-up of vibrant entertainment on the Pier.

If this sounds like an idyllic way to spend a Sunday afternoon please join us on Sunday March 13th from 1-4pm at Simmer on the Bay.  

Tickets are $75 per head and cover a seat, all entertainment and significant canapés. A bar is on site and alcohol is available and charged on consumption.

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