Wayward Brewing Co. Laneway Arts Festival
An inaugural celebration of the inner west art, music and, of course, beer scene.
March 08, 2016
This weekend the Wayward Brewing Co. is throwing a serious bash down their Camperdown laneway. Gehrig Lane will close to traffic and the weekend will focus on a live art display by well-known Sydney street artists Skulk and Birdhat, along with other local artists exhibitions inside the brewery’s 1900s wine caves.
The music side of things will take over on Sunday, with local DJ Michael McGlinn spinning in the laneway while a host of Sydney musicians front acoustic sets inside. Food trucks and drinks will be available from noon each day, so you can see some awesome art, listen to tunes and enjoy all things craft.
The Wayward Laneway Arts Festival is one of 58 stops on the Leichhardt Open Studio Trail (LOST) held in conjunction with Art Month and Spectrum Now Festival. It will take place on Saturday, March 12 from 11am-10pm and Sunday, March 13 from 11am-9pm.
WAYWARD LANEWAY ARTS FESTIVAL SUNDAY MUSIC LINEUP
12pm — Tenderfoot
1pm — Jamie Lindsay
2pm — Crystal Cities
3pm — John Dixon
4pm — Craig Woodward
5pm — Hannah Robinson
6pm — Hannah Brewer