It’s time to get #THEPLOT2015

Produced by Cattleyard Promotions and presented by triple j and The Music

Meet Dan, he started a band after seeing Daft Punk live in 2007. They called themselves Art vs Science. Shane quit the Australian men’s rowing team and dug a cellar under his house in the Blue Mountains to ferment Hillbilly cider. Chris dared Daniel to write a song at a house party in Sydney.

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That song became The Griswold’s first hit “Mississippi”. Introducing Emmy. Emmy and her husband hand-stretch their pastry to create Emmy’s Gozleme with a recipe pinched from Emmy’s grandma. From the tiny town of Cygnet in Tasmania, meet Asta who broke the sound system playing to 15 people at her first show in a Youth Centre.

Now that we’ve started the introductions, we’d love for you all to meet at The Plot on Saturday 5 December for a nine hour, outdoor 18 plus celebration of new friends, local premium produce and music in the historical hub of Western Sydney’s Parramatta. Tickets to The Plot are on sale in early October. See full information below or at theplot.co

Set across three-stages upon the Monument grasslands of Parramatta Park and across from Old Government House, The Plot returns to Sydney (after inaugural parties in 2013) with music from an eclectic selection of artists from diverse backgrounds across Australia and the world.

In alphabetical order, please welcome:
Andy Garvey – Art Vs Science – Asta – Basenji – Boo Seeka – B Wise – Crooked Colours – E^st
Friend Within (Uk) – Future Love Hangover – The Griswolds – Jawz
L-Fresh The Lion – Luen – Luke Million – Matoma (Nor) – The Meeting Tree – Ngaiire – Paces
Safia – Shantan Wantan Ichiban – Spit Syndicate – Stoney Roads Djs
Tkay Maidza – Tuka – Urthboy – Uv Boi – Young Franco
& triple j Unearthed winner to be announced

Hear stories from Greater Western Sydney’s favourite family-run homemade food stalls and premium producers. We welcome Emmy’s Gozleme and Hillbilly Cider alongside Taj’s Indian Masala; Bella Vista Hotel’s Bella Shack’s Burgers; the cocktail shaking lemonade making Citrus Factory; award-winning brother brewers The Australian Brewery; internationally loved vineyard Canonbah Bridge Wines; fusion sandwiches Sundweesh; local brewhouse Riverside Brewery; Parramatta’s The Emporium; local produce champions Courtney’s Brasserie; purveyors of Jerusalem street food Knafeh, and dumpling experts Yan’s Asian.

Old Government House is the oldest surviving public building in Australia. All Plotters are invited to take a tour of the UNESCO World Heritage listed residence between 2:00PM and 4:00PM and experience a slice of history.
Plotters who partied with us at The Plot in 2013 will have the opportunity to purchase their tickets at the same 2013 price of $45.00 + BF between 9.00AM AEST, Thursday 1 October and midnight AEDT, Wednesday 7 October only.

We welcome new Plotters to purchase their tickets from 9.00AM AEDT, Thursday 8 October at $69.00 +BF

We can’t wait to meet again in December and encourage all Plotters to jump online at theplot.co and contribute their own stories towards celebrating music and diversity in Parramatta.

‘… Overall, The Plot festival had a very successful debut year. The line-up was mostly full of Australian up-and-comers that played great sets and warranted well-earned attention.  The queues, location, and sound were all spot-on’ – Tone Deaf – December 16th 2013.

THE PLOT
Date: Saturday 5 December 2015
Time: 2.00PM – 11.00PM
Venue: Monument (grasslands) and Old Government House, Parramatta Park, Sydney NSW
Old Government House tours: 2.00PM until 4.00PM

Pedestrian Access (to venue): via O’Connell Street entrance, Parramatta NSW
There will be no parking on-site at Parramatta Park. While there is minimal parking via paid stations in the area, The Plot recommends you travel via public transport to Parramatta or Westmead train stations

TICKETS:
Past Plotters Price: Past Plotters will be able to purchase tickets at the 2013 price of $45.00 + BF via a unique link sent to them to access their special ticket price between 9.00AM AEST, Thursday 1 October – Wednesday 7 October (midnight) only. After this date, all purchases revert to the full 2015 price.  (See below general on sale info)

General On Sale: Tickets from 9.00AM AEDT, Thursday 8 October $69.00 + BF