Lardner Park, just an hour from the peninsula, will rock out to Boom Crash Opera, 1927, Taxiride and Michael Spiby from the Badloves on March 1st. This new event brings a spark of possibilities to this massive venue.

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What to bring?
Deck chair, picnic, rug, footwear to rock out in, a smile and good karma
What NOT to bring?
Alcohol, glass, metal cutlery, pets, umbrellas and shade structures
What Food will be available?
A wide selection of hot and cold food will be available for purchase. BYO picnics are permitted. Bottled water is permitted, must be in bottles with unbroken seals.
What Beverages will be available?
A great selection of wines, beer, spirits and soft drinks will be available for purchase. NO BYO Alcohol is permitted.
What time do gates open?
Gates open at 11.30am, the first act Michael Spiby from the Badloves starting at 12.30pm
Seating is on the lawn so please bring chairs or picnic rugs to sit on.
It’s Victoria so be prepared!Bring a jacket for any showers, a hat & sunscreen for a warm day.
Will there be ATMs at the event?
No – so cash up before arriving. Our gate and bar will be equipped with EFTPOS machines but no cash out, sorry.
Can I buy tickets on the day?
Yes, but subject to availability. We strongly suggest getting in quick as tickets are limited.
Where can I park? Is it free?
Parking is available in the Public Car Park which can be accessed via Gate 1, 155 Burnt Store Road, Lardner.
Will there be a taxi rank or what are public transport options?
Bus and Taxi options are being considered, please keep an eye on our facebook page for updates.
What times does the event finish?
Rock In The Park finishes around 6.00pm
Can I bring my children?
Children are permitted, under 12 years are free with a paying adult 13 years and over must purchase an adult ticket. All Children under the age of 18 must be supervised by a Responsible Parent or Guardian at all times.