Secret Garden Festival Turns 10; Announces 2018 Return
It’s a party in the forest and (almost) everyone’s invited. Secret Garden, New South Wales’ most diverse and culturally accepted music and arts festival has announced its 2018 return—celebrating its 10 birthday! To anyone who’s been lucky enough to attend in the past, organisers are promising more party, more glitter and more hidden worlds to get lost in.
Happening on Friday 22 and Saturday 23 February next year, the forest disco adventure will, yet again, be open to a select few guests—maintaining its exclusive, intimate and community vibe. Loyal Gardeners, as the festival so names its previous attendees, will be offer first access to pre-sale tickets starting from Tuesday 26 September. Remaining tickets, if there is still any left, will go on public sale from Thursday 28 September. Ticket packages start from a measly $146.
Giving nothing away in terms of its lineup, Secret Garden, instead, continues to promise all around good vibes, atmosphere and 48 colourful hours of adventure. Everything from dance tutorials, a heaving gay disco and now with the festival’s first legally-binding wedding, Secret Garden truly is the most diverse and wholly accepting music festival on the calendar. The lineup won’t be released until tickets are exhuasted but last year the event saw the likes of Alex Lahey, Donny Benet, the Jezabels, Total Giovanni and more headline the two-day event.