STRANDED IN THE SNOWYS
AUSTRALIAN MUSIC LEGENDS, 3 NIGHTS OF EPIC, EXCLUSIVE, INTIMATE MUSIC
Monday 12th – Friday 16th February 2024
Stranded In The Snowys In Summer, features an incredible line up of Australian music Icons – Featuring Jimmy Barnes, Richard Clapton, The Black Sorrows, Mahalia Barnes, Brooke McClymont and Adam Eckersley & Special Guests.
All 5 acts are playing their own exclusive, intimate, extensive headline gigs on three separate evenings in the Snowy Mountains in summer. This is Jimmy Barnes only Music In Paradise appearance in 2024.
Don’t miss this brilliant mid-week opportunity to take in all 5 acts, plus one or two as yet unannounced special guests. Celebrate with friends, family or your partner in what will be a very special, intimate once-in-a-lifetime experience.
A LIFE CHANGING MUSIC EXPERIENCE
This will be unlike any other Jimmy Barnes show this year! This is Jimmy’s only Music In Paradise performance in 2024. You will be up close and personal with the band, literally partying with the musicians and your friends in intimate/exclusive surrounds. The numbers are capped to ensure the atmosphere and vibe quite literally resembles a private party where you meet, dance and party with like-minded fans that become new friends.
NATURE IS THE MAIN ACT HERE
Lake Crackenback Resort & Spa which is nestled on 150 acres, bordered by Kosciuszko National Park and the majestic Thredbo River. Surrounded by the spectacular Snowy Mountains, Lake Crackenback Resort & Spa offers you a unique range of boutique accommodation, activities, facilities and dining options to fully enjoy one of Australia’s most stunning natural playgrounds all year round. Come and play by day and rock out at night.
PLAY ALL DAY / PARTY ALL NIGHT LONG
The Thredbo Valley Mountain Bike Track remains the most iconic of several trails, ideal for all levels and it even boasts a midway lunch stop for woodfired pizza at Lake Crackenback Resort & Spa. The Resort itself has relaxing trails for beginners, all with stunning scenery. There’s also lush horse-riding trails for experienced and beginner riders and plenty of options for water sports like sailing, canoeing, kayaking, waterskiing or stand-up paddle boarding, so you can cool off after your hike or bike adventures.
OK, so there is no snow in February, I hear you say, and it is indeed true that a solid percentage of us think the quintessential summer holiday should be spent surfing, swimming or chilling out at the beach. But let me tell you this… nature is the headline act on the bill at Stranded in the Snowys.
The absolute natural beauty of the Snowy Mountains in summer makes for a fun, exciting and highly affordable mid-week Music in Paradise destination with a difference. An exciting new MIP venue where the majestic peaks and cooling lakes offer an exclusive, intimate, summer musical experience with a refreshing twist like no other.
For more information, visit Stranded in the Snowys
Presented by Music In Paradise