Jameson Is Hosting A Free Music Festival
While Sydney might have a reputation for being a nanny state, it seems like there is still room for groups to host some sick sounding events.
If you're looking to shake up weekend plans, Jameson has recently announced it will be hosting House of Rounds, a free one-day music festival at Marrickville's Vic on the Park on October 19.
House of Rounds is a celebration of community spirit, people's love for whiskey and of course, live music.
Jameson recently announced Melbourne-born singer Alex Lahey will take to the stage along with the backing of other music legends, including Carmouflage Rose, Ziggy Ramo, Body Type, Stevan, Godtet, and DJ sets from The Delta Riggs and Beryl Streep.
While you've got music to tickle your fancy, you'll also be able to whet your appetite with a smorgosboard of food stalls, spectate a basketball competition as well as shop at the Jameson Ssweatshop where you'll be able to create and print customised merch.
For the whiskey lovers, a blind-folded sensory tasting experience will also take place in a secret location, where punters will be asked to put their whiskey knowledge to the test.
Now, you're probably wondering how much all that will set you back, and that's the best part about this whole thing: it's absolutely free.
It starts at 2pm and will go all the way until 3am so there's 13 solid hours of enjoyment to be had. You can register for more details.
It's first come first served so if you're in for a fun arvo, be sure to get in before it reaches capacity.
Featured Image Credit: Jameson