Tunes in the Tulips returns to Table Cape Tulip Farm for a two-day event next month, as organisers celebrate water, ecology and community as well as new music.
Presented by Van Diemen Quality Bulbs and Big hART's Project O, this year's event will be held on October 2 and 3, with the program inspired by the Coast's many and varied relationships to water.
The featured artists will be the big sound funk/soul feels of Hobart's Jay Jarome, Sabine Bester and the When Water Falls Ensemble, who'll perform songs from Big hART's new work When Water Falls, which premiered at Sheffield in June.
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The line-up will also include Alluvium, a new collaboration between North-West artist/producers Aaron Hopper and Paul Corfiatis, who will perform songs from their upcoming album, which is inspired by rivers.
"We are delighted to welcome the community back to Table Cape for a two-day celebration of the North-West for this year's Tunes in the Tulips," VDQ Bulbs owner David Roberts-Thomson said.
"This year's event will celebrate the rich natural assets of our unique part of the world and the intrinsic role water and rain play in Tasmania."
Building on Big hART's Kelp, Pollen, Rain, Soil initiative, Tunes in the Tulips will once again feature talks as part of the program, with science writer and communicator Zoe Kean one of the speakers.
She studied arts and science at the University of Tasmania and is passionate about communicating the universe and her wonder for it through telling science stories.
Alongside the program of events, there will be delicious local produce on offer with North-West Coast artisanal producer Red Cow Organics and a bar to purchase local Tasmanian ciders, bubbles and beer.
Tunes in the Tulips will be held on Saturday, October 2 and Sunday, October 3 between 2pm and 5pm both days at Table Cape Tulip Farm, 363 Table Cape Rd, Wynyard.
Tickets are limited and online bookings are essential.
Tickets cost $28 for adults, $12 for 11 to 15-year-olds and children under 10 can get in for free.
To book, visit: https://www.tablecapetulipfarm.com.au/tulip-farm-events.
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