So Frenchy, So Chic, So Back In 2016

MELBOURNE & SYDNEY | Everyone’s favourite French festival away from France, So Frenchy, So Chic, is back this January.

Returning for its fifth year in Melbourne and its third in Sydney, So Frenchy, So Chic is a day of picnics, food, wine, dance-friendly grass, and music. This year’s line up includes folk and blues multi-instrumentalist Hindi Zahra, chanteuse singer-songwriter Lou Doillon, danceable duo Bridgette, and punk gypsy-beat hip hop artists Soviet Suprem (okay, we admit, we don’t know how to describe them). Plus bars, or course, and event picnic baskets available for preorder.

And it’s even family friendly, with kids welcome to enjoy face painting, puppet shows, and wine… kidding. Seriously, the kids shouldn’t drink wine, it’s not THAT French. And the kids are under 12, they’re in for free… and still shouldn’t drink wine, please stop asking.

So, have you ever been to a festival in France? If you answered yes, awesome, if you answered no, don’t worry, we haven’t either. But since we expect we’ll have burnt through our last dollars on Christmas and New Years Eve, we’re pretty sure that short of saving up and flying to France next summer, this will be the next best thing.

For full details, check out the official website.

so frenchy so chic 2016

So Frenchy, So Chic

Sunday 10 January 2016
Werribee Park, Werribee

Saturday 16 January 2016
St John’s College, Sydney

Second release ticket: $79.00 + bf
Third release ticket: $89.00 + bf
At the gate: $99.00 + bf

Chris is an editor, writer, and occasional novelist who in a former life published online magazines for a living while working out of obscure coffee shops. He has travelled extensively and has eaten and enjoyed exotic delights ranging from instant ‘just add water’ potatoes while on a Russian train to snails and Brie from a tiny Montreal kitchen. Chris is a great lover of the experiences around and associated with food and believes the culture of a venue, as quirky or strange as it might be, is just as important as the food it sells. He is also a co-host of The Brunswick Beer Collective, a podcast dedicated to the lighter side of craft beer.


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