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Tassie’s Party In The Paddock Confirms It Will Return In 2025

Amidst all the doom and gloom of Australia’s current festival landscape, Tasmania’s Party In The Paddock has given us some good news.

Organisers have confirmed that the event will be going ahead in 2025 for its 12th annual romp.

Party In The Paddock 2023

Party In The Paddock 2025 will take place from Thursday, 6th February til Sunday, 9th February, returning as the same immersive, multi-day camping music and arts festival you know and love. And a time when few in the country remain.

“We recognise the importance of these events as not only avenues for entertainment but also vital platforms for community engagement, artistic expression, and economic support for local businesses and artists,” Festival Director Jesse Higgs said in a press statement.

“It’s the most important time in our history, after running this event as a locally owned and operated business for the last twelve years, that we receive more support from the state government. We’re currently working towards more funding for PITP and this will be vital for our future as Tasmania’s leading Music & Arts festival.”

Higgs continued: “It’s additionally important for us to say that we have so much gratitude towards our ‘Paddock’ people that return most years – this year especially, it’s really important that everyone makes the effort to support local events…Tassie, this event is for you, let’s lock in another decade.”

This year, the fest will be dropping a limited amount of Early Bird Tickets to give punters the opportunity to support, lock in early and get their PITP 2025 tickets at the lowest cost. For more info, you can sign up HERE.

This year’s lineup featured the likes of RudimentalThe DarknessK.FlayMilky Chance Tash Sultana, RuelHayden James and loads more. We’ll bring you more info on the 2025 event as soon as it lands.

Date And Venue

  •  Thursday, 6th February – Sunday, 9th February 2025 – Quercus Park, 15 minutes from Launceston, TAS

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