Summersalt Festival is set to return to Hobart in 2022.
After the success of the concert series since it was established in 2018, organisers have announced the be back this summer, at various locations across Australia.
The Tasmanian leg of the COVID-safe event will be held at Hobart's picturesque Royal Botanical Gardens on Sunday February 6 next year.
The jam packed lineup includes Missy Higgins, Xavier Rudd, Birds of Tokyo, Pete Murray and many more Australian homegrown names.
Promoter John Zaccaria said the event is set to bring Australian talent to the state.
"After powering through a tumultuous time for events, we are so excited to bring another great event to Tasmania," Mr Zaccaria said.
"We're all keen to get back to enjoying fun days out with friends and some of Australia's best live music.
"We have another top line-up of homegrown Aussie talent to bring to Hobart and can't wait to see music fans out again making sensational summer memories with their mates."
As well as music the concert will feature local market stalls and food and beverage trucks in a family friendly environment.
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The mission of the concert series is to provide high quality summer shows but there is also a big focus on sustainability, with no single-use plastics used and venues showcasing the beauty of Australians natural landscapes.
The Summersalt concert series will also travel to Wollongong, Fremantle and the Hunter Valley throughout the summer months.
Tickets on sale Saturday October 9 from the Ticketmaster website.
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