OK here is an awesome way to spend this weekend. Go and check out Sunset20°North – a music and food festival like no other.
A celebration of music, food and culture
Barangaroo Reserve, Entry via Towns Place
Commences this weekend
Friday from 4pm, Saturday & Sunday from 2pm, till late on all days
For the full program please visit www.sunset20north.com
Over twelve spectacular sunsets this February, Sunset20°N [sunset twenty degrees north] celebrates music, food and culture in Sydney’s spectacular Barangaroo Reserve. Sunset20°N is Sydney’s newest location to enjoy live music and stunning food, located in breathtaking Gadigal Country.
Sunset20°N kicks off this weekend. Opening weekend program includes:
- Food by Bloodwood and guest Chef Claire Van Vuuren all weekend.
- Friday 2 February from 4pm – SAMPA THE GREAT will perform at 7.30pm; DJ Shantan Wantan Ichiban
- Saturday 3 February from 2pm – WALLACE will perform at 5pm and GL at 8pm; DJs FlexMami and Natalia; Aboriginal Weaving Workshop at 2.30pm
- Sunday 4 February from 2pm – CAITI BAKER will perform at 4pm; DJ Levins; Cooking Demonstration – Learn how to shuck Oysters and cure fish at 2.30pm
Independent and strong, Sunset20°N takes inspiration from the site’s namesake, Barangaroo, a powerful woman and leader of the Cammeraygal people of Sydney.
Sunset20°N is designed by Yuwaalaraay artist and designer Lucy Simpson of Gaawaa Miyay. Families will love exploring the Grandmother Tree, a large-scale interactive artwork and a meeting place for visitors, inspired by Cammeraygal story and the beautiful angophora (Sydney Red Gum), creating an unforgettable experience which plays with light, colour and movement, casting a dramatic filter across the harbour to views of the iconic Sydney skyline.
Sunset20°N will offer delicious, local, seasonal food that pays tribute to the history of Barangaroo’s breathtaking headland. You won’t want to miss out with dishes, including pickled mussels and samphire in potato skin, stir fried yabbies with mountain pepper and curry leaf, damper bread with native curry sauce and a macadamia and honey tart with crème fraîche sorbet.
The drinks list features predominantly organic, biodynamic wines from female winemakers across Australia. Cool down with beers from local Marrickville brewer Philter, founded by one of Australia’s first and most highly regarded female brewers, Sam Fuss.
There will be a limit to the number of people in each workshop and cooking demonstration – 50 for some and 100 for others. Pre bookings will not be possible and enrolments will be on the basis of first-in.