The Gap's Sunlit Sounds Festival returns — and while it's a bit earlier in the year this year, and no longer has some festive cheer to spread as a result, it's still the same ace afternoon of food and music. The Gap Farmers' Market ceased operation at the beginning of the year; however the folks behind it have kept the music fest singing.
Prepare to listen to live sets and eat at food trucks, because that's what's on the agenda on Saturday, September 1 from 3–9pm. For the musical part of the proceedings, Babaganouj, Kellie Lloyd, Asha Jefferies, Sunken Hill and Georgie Neilse are on the bill, while — for an extra fee — Adele Pickvance, Ash Kerly, Ben Ely, Kristin Black and Laura Hill are taking part in a songwriter's workshop.
When you're not catching some tunes, you'll be munching from an array of meals-on-wheels vans. Entry costs $5, buying a tasty feast will likely cost whatever you have in your wallet, and the sense of merriment you'll be enjoying is an added bonus.