Darling Harbour put on two weekends of frosty fun featuring the best beats and eats in Sydney. Our Duke Band were thrilled to be a part. Tumbalong Park came alive with DJs and bands playing free live music, foodie markets, outdoor bar, firepits and igloos. Every night finished with a bang by Cockle Bay with fireworks. It was one of the best things to do in Sydney to warm up this winter!
We were delighted to perform alongside the likes of bonafide party starters Furnace & The Fundamentals, one of Australia’s most entertaining acts, Hot Potato Band; and pop and retro-rock Soul Movers, led by frontwoman Lizzie Mack together with the legendary OG-Red-Wiggle, Murray Cook. More acts to heat up the chilly winter nights included our good friends from Sir Archer, along with DJs Beth Yen and our pal DJ Lauren Neko.
Tumbalong Park was transformed into a winter warmer foodie market, offering up a hot pot of food and drinks pop-ups to warm everyone’s bellies. With so many stalls and food trucks serving up some awesome bites from the likes of Burgerhead, Firepop, Gelatissimo, Urban Gypsy Cafe, Toastiesmith, Bubble Nini, Okonomiyaki, The Fudge Shop, Wafflo, and more!
Guests would warm up with mulled wine and craft beers from one of the pop-up bars in the park and dance the day away to the live music pumping from the Tumbalong Park stage.
Special thanks to Winederella for Josie’s ‘Make Wine Not War’ T-Shirt, which she proudly wore on stage for this performance. It honours all those in the Ukraine who are surviving the war. Proceeds from the sale of this shirt are being donated to various appeals which are helping refugees from Ukraine. We are thinking of all our friends in the Ukraine and hoping this misery comes to an end soon. Get Your HERE.