It’s described as a mind-blowing immersive festival experience, held over four days and culminating in one epic New Year’s Eve celebration.
Set in the hinterland of Glenworth Valley, it’s all about your daily visits through the valley or camping / glamping on site to enjoy the mix of music, wellness, art, food and cultural experiences.
“We can’t wait to get to Lost Paradise and bring in the New Year with a bunch of legends in a stunning location. Good times ahead”, say Adam Hyde and Reuben Styles of electro duo, Peking Duk. who were one of the later additions joining the likes of The Kooks, Tash Sultana, M.I.A (NSW exclusive) and Joey Bada$$ feeding the soul through revelry, connection and discovery.
The irresistible electronic pulse, futuristic synth gurgles and funk-laden basslines of The Lost Disco will be brought to life with 3D mapping artistry and laserlights.
Paradise Club will have festival-goers dancing into the night, with local acts and surprise guests playing everything from disco to reggaeton, while crowd favourite, My Mum’s Disco returns with its digital jukebox of 15,000 retro beats, party favourites and guilty pleasures (alongside bingo, karaoke, and an Aussie backyard.
One of the interesting facets of this four day celebration unlike many out there is the wellness element to its personna.
Shambhala Fields oasis will showcase some of the most experienced and expert teachers and practitioners from Australia and overseas.
Across three full days of talks, workshops and classes, the wisdom keepers will impart their expert knowledge and techniques enabling guests to learn, unwind, and reconnect.
In case you’re thinking that it’s not, please stand corrected because it is indeed a family friendly event with the Kids Paradise area hosting activities like face-painting, kids disco, bouncing castle, family yoga, circus workshops, comedians, and old-fashioned games.
In bringing together spaces that are suitable for all, you will find that same theming of inclusiveness in their camping options:
The Glamping Gypsy Fields are in a sectioned corner of the valley. This is the kind of camping that has its own welcome reception, concierge service, luxury toilets and showers, breakfast cafe, cocktail bar, furnished chillout spaces, a grooming parlour and a complimentary porter trolley service.
The Eco-Tent Village inline with Lost Paradise’s commitment to a fully sustainable event, the tents available for guests are made of biodegradable cardboard and canvas.
For all ticket and camping details click here:
Second release 3-day tickets: $349 + bf
Second release 4-day tickets: $399 + bf
All tickets include a general camping spot.
Gabe Tiano, Jordan Munns, Nathan Bonnici, Tye Winer