Eight years since the French pop extravaganza kicked off in Melbourne, the So Frenchy So Chic festival will be back in 2019 on Sunday January 13. The one-day garden party will this time feature an all-star female line up.
Supplying the tunes for the French pop garden party will be the much loved Camille Dalmais, who first delighted Australian audiences in 2006 with her hit ‘Ta Douler’ from her award-winning album, Le Fil. Her appearance at the festival in 2019 is promising to be a highlight for the musical calendar. Alongside Camille will be the deceptively simple dada pop tunes of Yelle, the former La Femme frontwoman and electro-diva Clara Luciani, and the bossa-nova inflected pop artiste Cléa Vincent.
In addition to France’s most irresistible beats, face painting, bubble artists, drumming classes and lawn games like pétanque and croquet will be available to keep every enfant entertained, meaning you can bring along the whole family.
And of course, in the spirit of getting the full French expérience, the festival is supplying the crème de la crème of the French foodie scene, from mussels and oysters and charcuterie to crêpes and macaroons, even raclette and ice cream, plus much more. No garden party is complete without champagne, and only the best of it will be supplied by Laurent Perrier all day, along with French beer, rosé from Provence, and special cocktails at the bar. It’s an all ’round rendezvous at the 2019 festival.
So Frenchy So Chic 2019 is going down on Sunday January 13 at Werribee Park. Tickets are on sale now, limited early bird tickets are available at www.sofrenchysochic.com