The full program for the Sydney Morning Herald Spectrum Now Festival presented by ANZ has now been released and Sunday 13th of March 2016 will bring the second instalment of Deckchair Arts. Be prepared to once again be inspired by vibrant collaborations from a wide range of exciting performers including musicians, dancers, juggling, balancing acts and more. They will excite, surprise and eventually get you up on the dance floor!
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.
While you’re feasting your eyes on the performance showcase you can also feast on the delicious fare that Simmer on the Bay is renowned for. Graze your way through tables filled with chef Brigid Kennedy’s special creations using produce from her Southern Highlands farm in the ultimate paddock to plate experience.
Enjoy what magnificent Harbourside Walsh Bay does best: good food, fine wine and an exciting line up of performers to spice up your Sunday afternoon.
Join Walsh Bay Arts and Commerce on March 13th, at Deckchair Arts.
1-4pm at Simmer on the Bay – Shore 2/3, 13 Hickson Rd, Walsh Bay
Included in the ticket is entertainment and significant canapés.
A bar is on location and alcohol is on consumption.
Deckchair Arts is proudly part of The Sydney Morning Herald Spectrum Now Festival presented by ANZ. All profits from Deckchair Arts will be used for future Walsh Bay Arts and Commerce events.