Leave the lockdowns behind, raise a glass of Champagne and dance the day away to the best of French music past and present — our So Frenchy So Chic dance floor is ready and waiting!
Kick off your shoes, rock out to French tunes and feast on the poshest pique nique in the Southern Hemisphere, held on the grassy grounds of Glebe’s Bicentennial Park in Sydney.
The festival features an impressive lineup with French artist Féfé returning to collaborate with Melbourne funk band Cookin’ on 3 Burners, plus prolific musician Mick Harvey leading a lyrical tribute to Serge Gainsbourg.
Ali Barter and Nadéah will be performing songs from Yé-Yé 2.0, a collaboration between themselves and So Frenchy So Chic reinterpreting a beloved genre of 60s French pop.
We have partnered with Michelin-trained chefs to curate delectable picnic hampers available for pre-order — or simply wander our food stalls on the day and nibble on pissaladiere, oysters, crêpe, croque monsieur and lobster rolls to your heart’s content!
Bubbles are by Champagne Lanson, one of the oldest Champagne houses in all of France.
It’s a full Covid-safe event, with every precaution taken to ensure all involved have an enjoyable.