Tickets are now on sale for Melbourne’s longest-running arts, culture and dance music festival – Let Them Eat Cake. The event will take place on Saturday 1st January, on New Year’s Day at Werribee Mansion.
Whilst the lineup is yet to be announced, previous acts & DJs include the likes of Axel Boman, Seven Davis Jr, Kink and Ben Pearce to name a few.
Organisers had this to say:
‘’Crawling our way out of a lockdown-induced hibernation, Let Them Eat Cake’s 9th edition is set to be an illustrious celebration of music, culture, arts, and community.
It’s been nearly 2 years since our last rendezvous at the Werribee mansion. Alongside the usual decorum – colossal stages, state of the art production, a rich array of installations, delicious local offerings, and a bevy of punters hungry for a day of good friends, good tunes, and good fun – our next instalment will feature a few more bells and whistles than usual.
As always, we dedicate ourselves to curating a sphere for complete creative immersion, a space where hedonism runs free, and where extraordinary things take place.’’
LTEC 2018 aftermovie:
In the event of postponement or cancellation due to COVID-19, all ticket holders will be entitled to keep their ticket for the new event date or get a full refund.
Let Them Eat Cake festival will take place on Saturday 1st January 2022 at Werribee Mansion in Melbourne. Capacity for this event is 7,500.
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