Party in the Paddock returns to Tasmania in February 2024, expands to four days

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Party in the Paddock returns to Tasmania in February 2024, expands to four days

And it's peachy baby!

Fresh from gifting us the great summer sesh with one of its biggest lineups to date, beloved Tassie music festival Party in the Paddock has announced its return for 2024.

The country’s biggest-little-music and arts festival returns to Quercus Park lutruwita/Tasmania this February 8th, 9th, 10th, & 11th, 2024, returning to PITP’s new home and for the first time in its history, ‘The Paddock’ will be a massive four days/nights for an unprecedented amount of music (biggest lineup ever), immersive art and pure Paddock magic.

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The festival is fresh faced once again, back in the Australian festival scene after a two year hiatus. Its triumphant rebirth went off without a hitch last February, at the much larger (but just as scenic) Quercus Park with an estimated 12,000 people on site. The 2024 edition is set to grow again, with the extra day and an expanded lineup, festival organisers will open the gates to even more Paddock punters. 

From its humble origins of a few hundred people and a hay bale stage, to evolving into Tassie’s largest multi-day camping festival, now coming into its eleventh year, PITP has created epic memories for over a decade for festival lovers from all around the country.

“The annual Paddock pilgrimage is back in full swing and we’re as excited as ever to be bringing Tassie crew, mainlanders, Aussie expats and some of our favourite bands in the whole wide world back to a couple beloved-dusty-old-beautiful-Tasmanian Paddocks,” shares Festival Director Jesse Higgs. 

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