It’s the Hunter’s own outdoor festival venue that’s been steadfast in its. commitment to bringing you quality live music in spite of the pandemic.
And that commitment is set to continue for the foreseeable future with Dashville, this week announcing 2021/2022 dates for its Dashville Nights concert series.
With support from the federal government’s Live Music Office, the series will see monthly, Friday night shows held on 22 October, 19 November, 10 December 2021, and 28 January, 25 February and 25 March 2022.
Dashville Nights offers a more intimate concert experience to the larger Dashville festivals like Gum Ball, PigSty In July and Thrashville.
While there’s no word as yet on the artists that will fill these dates, with the likes of Ben Salter, Dan Brodie, and Ben Leece previously hitting the stage for Dashville Nights, it’s a fair assumption that the lineups will be quality.
As such with the assistance of funding, Dashville is working towards making the concerts more of a permanent fixture, working in conjunction with Hunter Tent Stay and other key major events in the region, offering a unique musical tourism weekend escape, which compliments the traditional Hunter Valley wine country experience.
Hunter Tent Stay is the venue’s affordable all-inclusive weekend camping accommodation solution that runs exclusively to key major event weekends in the Hunter Valley.
Guests enjoy relaxed and secluded bush camping, along with a licensed cafe providing breakfast, lunch, dinner and late-night supper, return event shuttle bus, camping hire and optional powered sites.
Head here for more Dashville info.
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