Highlights from the Very First ‘End of the Earth Music Festival’

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Over Friday 3rd and Saturday 4th February, the very first End of the Earth Music Festival rocked Lake Pedder! It was good vibes all round, with two days of non-stop tunes from Tassie’s finest and upcoming artists, as well as some well-known and loved interstate visitors. The awesome line up included Ben Salter, Jethro Pickett, Guthrie, The Mornings, Pete Cornelius Band, EWAH & The Vision of Paradise, the Jed Appleton Band, plus heaps more. The top musical acts, combined with the spectacular scenery, remote location, and friendly and diverse crowd made this one unforgettable event.

Sleeps and eats
Festival goers got to choose their own adventure when selecting a ticket, with some opting to camp out in the fresh Strathgordon air under the stars and others living it up in a room at the luxurious Pedder Wilderness Lodge. Even at the end of the earth nobody was going to go hungry – there were plenty of food stalls peddling yummy eats as well as the Pedder Wilderness Lodge bar and restaurant providing a great variety of tasty food and drink.

The verdict…
All in all, the first ever End of the Earth Music Festival was a magnificent experience! The music, the people, the location… Where else but the wilds of Southwest Tasmania, against the breathtaking backdrop of Lake Pedder, could you feel this at one with the earth? We are tipping that this is only going to get bigger and better. We can’t wait for next year already!
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