Irish whiskey producer Jameson is bringing back its free music festival celebrating community spirit, whiskey and live music – this time over five weekends.
The series will hit Merivale watering holes The Royal and The Beresford for four nights of live shows from the likes of Andy Golledge, indie duo Salarymen, indie -pop fourpiece The Buoys, eclectic Melbourne artist Alice Ivy, Taiwanese-Aussie singer and visual artist Jaguar Jonze, and more.
It wraps up with a three-day festival at Marickville’s Vic on the Park featuring a range of up-and-coming Aussie artists.
There’ll be plenty of food, plus drinks from a Jameson-themed menu curated for the series, including the Pickle-Back (whiskey, pickle juice, dill and a cornichon); a whiskey apple slushy; and a classic Jameson with dry and lime. Or, for $25, make any drink a jug to share with your mates.
The event series is free, so grab some friends, a Jamo and enjoy the return of live music to Sydney. Plus, the first 100 punters at each show get a free Jameson, dry and lime.