Coasters have a brand new festival to get around this summer, with the team behind this year's re-worked Basin-ish Concert back with a new offering.
Called Party in the Apocalypse, the two-day festival will take place at Churchill Park in Launceston this December, run by events and production company Vibestown.
Vibestown artistic director Jesse Higgs described the event at as "COVID-safe urban rendition of the late, great Party in the Paddock", the much-loved festival which came to an end in 2020.
"PITA, as we've fondly dubbed this sibling festival, is inspired by the wild times that we're living in," he said.
"We're looking to bring a fresh perspective to the word 'apocalypse' and its origin meaning of fundamental change and a time of great insight.
"Now, within the current climate, and festivals as we know them on pause, we think it's time to reconnect with the essence of the well-loved party here in Tasmania again."
The line-up is yet to be announced, but more than 20 Tasmanian and interstate acts are expected to take part.
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The organisers said they were still working out the COVID-19 health and safety regulations with the Department of Public Health and the Tasmanian Government, with final restrictions to be announced closer to the date.
Capacity will be capped at 5000 people, with restrictions potentially including BYO seats, restricted zones, seated drinking, mandatory face masks and designated dancing areas.