One of our favourite summer festivals is bringing the south of France to Sydney's Bicentennial Park in Glebe in January and we can smell the baguettes, and more importantly taste the champagne, from here.
Otherwise known as the fairy-tale estate in Provence your instafeed needs, with wine barrels, hay bales and of course, you and your mates looking fab as you throw back a glass or two of French rosé.
With a tasty menu and musique line up to match, this is one luxe garden party. As always, pre-order your hamper complete with charcuterie, cheese and goose egg meringue, or treat yourself to a plate of oysters, crepes or even raclette.
On the line-up for the day are Nigerian-born, French rapper Féfé, with their chic Afro-influenced beats. There’s also the General Elektriks with their unique take on soulful, vintage funk slash jazz, Fráncois & The Atlas Mountains with his dreamy electronic guitar pop, Juniore and three-piece L.E.J , whose epic list of covers from Drake to Desiigner will have you kicking off your shoes and dancing the day away.
What: So Frenchy So Chic
When: Saturday 20 January 2018 from noon
Where: Bicentennial Park, Glebe, entrance Chapman Rd.
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