Lost Picnic the family friendly festival

Bohemian outdoor music festival, Lost Picnic, is the perfect family day out these Spring school holidays. Festival organisers have forayed into the world of theatre and art to bring on board a myriad of entertainment and performances to keep the young ones entertained, with the likes of La Petite Grande, The Nylon Zoo, Fizzics Science, Circus Playground joining the impressive food and music line-up.

Lost Picnic will be at Sydney’s Domain on 13 October 2018. Alongside the city’s best food vendors, Lost Picnic will feature a proudly antipodean music line up including Tash Sultana, Meg Mac, Marlon Williams, Odette, Sons of the East, Big Words and Hot Potato Band.

Family tickets are on sale now from www.lostpicnic.net.



 1. La Petite Grande, a 1920s art-deco inspired tent with a mirrored façade, is part song and dance, part circus. Run by the outrageously talented Kiki and Pascal, each show is mixture of interactive and inspiring antics designed to keep children laughing all afternoon.

2. Two jumping castles will be available for kids to jump themselves silly all day. It is free to jump with sessions for bigger children and smaller children held separately, so there is a chance for everyone to enjoy.

3. Little ones can try their hand at plate spinning, master the diablo (the juggling hourglass) or even create lit up artworks with a poi with Circus Playground. 4. There is a giant art and crafts workshop for budding artists of all ages can contribute to a huge art installation.

5. Lost Picnic have brought back their popular lawn games for the day – totem tennis, boules, tug of war, giant Jenga and giant connect four.

There will also be a myriad of roving performances like the Blue Tongue Brass, Gramophone Man and Morris Dancers to keep guests of all ages entertained in between music sets.




Family Tickets

2 adults, 2 kids (4-11): $228

2 adults, 2 kids (12-170: $316

2 adults, 1 kid 4-11: $272

Kids $25 (under 12), $69 (under 18), free (under 3)