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Esteemed songwriters converge on Dashville for winter's night of music

Ahh the momentary joy of a warm song.

A song can save a person's life, did you know? Though you may never know, for some songs are a means to a life. A song has the ability to bend steel, to burn mountains and break through walls beyond anyone's belief.

So brings us to the heart and soul of this delightful little warm winter affair - something to fill the void left by PigSty in July's 2019 absence.

An evening out at Dashville where we celebrate the power of music and those who embrace it.

Featuring a wealth of special friends and guests, performing songs in a relaxed intimate setting, this ol' fashioned cook-up musical event will raise the mood and contribute funds towards Support Act, a charity that supports people in the music industry dealing with crisis.

Dashville will call upon the cream of the crop to perform and collaborate and celebrate the art of songwriting, all the while raising funds for an important Australian initiative.

There'll be a communal roast dinner, some warming fires and some stunning performances in Dashville's Tractor Shed. This will be a magical winter's night that you won't want to miss.

Campground opens at midday. Music starts at 2pm on Saturday, July 27, 2019.

Tickets are $45. $10 from every ticket goes straight to Support Act.

This is a fully licensed event, so no BYO into the Dashville arena.

Breakfast and coffee will be available to purchase from 8.30am on Sunday.

People under 18 years must be accompanied by a legal guardian while on the Dashville property.


James Thomson

Ben Leece

Johnston City

Andy Abra