Posted by Alexandra Spangaro
22. Jul, 2012
|July 29, 2012|
If the continued drop in the mercury has chilled you to your bones, then attending Wash Winter’s Willies Away With Whiskey at the Tote Hotel is a must.
In its eighth year, this one-day music festival is ‘inspired and impaired by the bottle’, with a line-up bursting with local acts, such as songstress Liz Stringer, rock outfit St Jude and newcomers, The Gypsy Curse.
A gold coin donation BBQ and the proclaimed “Special Recipe Soup” will be on offer to keep you warm and make your tummies full. There is also an after-party at Old Bar to kick on to afterwards.
So if you need to rid yourself of the cold, or simply want to enjoy a few brews and tunes, then WWWAWW is for you.
WHEN: Sunday, 29 July, 2pm-3am
WHERE: The Tote, 71 Johnston Street, Collingwood
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