Let’s all go Large ON THE LAWN!

This Sunday 25 March 2012 , sees the very first, and in my opinion not the last, series of mini festivals hit Johannesburg.


Large on the Lawn takes place on the lower fields at Marks Park Sports Club, Orange Road entrance, Emmarentia, Johannesburg.  Gates open at 11h00. The music kicks off at 12h30 and ends around 19h00. Gates to the venue close at 20h00.

Line up*:

  • 12:00 Cameron Bruce
  • 12:45 Laurie Levine
  • 13:35 Rambling Bones
  • 14:25 Matthew van der Want
  • 15:10 Black Hotels
  • 16:10 Watershed
  • 17:10 Arno Carstens and Albert Frost

With an incredible line up this Sunday afternoon is certain to be quite a great day out. So bring along your family, friends and picnic blankets.

Massive THANK YOU to all the sponsors of this event, Festival Foods & Bars for the food & beverages, Scoop for the Sunday read, Techniblock Sunscreen protecting everyone from those harmful UV raves, Glaceau Vitamin Water keeping everyone refreshed, Maxplay for artist merchandising, Music Connection for supplying the onstage gear and Tedcor for ensuring that the carbon footprint on the day will be kept to an absolute minimum.

The organisers do request that ticket buyers consider sharing lifts or vehicles to save on fuel as well as carbon emissions. Designated drivers or Taxi Cab companies are also recommended for anyone who plans on drinking that day.

More information on the event is available online and on all social media sites:

Website: http://www.largeonthelawn.co.za

Mobisite: http://mobi.largeonthelawn.co.za/

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/large.on.the.lawn

Twitter: http://twitter.com/largeonthelawn

Tickets: http://www.ticketbreak.co.za/event_details/1406

*Line up subject to change without notice.

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