Woohoo! Dress Up Attack is back for a second year at Sydney’s Vivid Live festival and they’ve bringing a sweet list of performers including Walter Martin (The Walkmen), Sally Seltmann, Holly Throsby and plenty more.
Taking place at the Sydney Opera House on May 29 from 10am-1pm, the family-friendly event will also feature DJ sets, appearances by Grug and Duggee from Hey Duggee, Jumbo LEGO, a ribbon tent, art workshops, blow-up board games and Awesome people Reading Books.
After making his mark with indie-revered US band The Walkmen, Walter Martin who released his amazing family album We’re All Young Together a while back - check out our Regression Session interview with him. He'll be joined on-stage by some of our favourite artists, awesome Aussie singer-songwriters Sally Seltmann and Holly Throsby (hear her Regression Session too).
Last year’s Vivid event sold out so be quick this time! Tix are $39+BF - get more info from Vivid LIVE's official site.
Also check out the amazing Vivid LIVE line-up for grown-ups featuring New Order, Bjork (DJ set), Bon Iver and so much more.
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