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After four years in the wilderness, the Boss Hog of Dashville’s festival calendar returns to the trough for 2022.
PigSty in July really is a serene day in the bush, perfect for anyone looking to venture out on a beautiful winter’s day and evening at Dashville, with new and old friends.
PigSty in July is a decadent day in the bush, celebrating all things dark, warm and wintery. An ideal setting for friends to catch up, with loads of live music and comedy, a second-hand formal dress code, succulent food harvested locally, top-shelf grog and a few toasty bonfires for good measure. A boutique all day dinner party for you and your friends, held at Belford, Hunter Valley NSW.
Tickets include onsite camping, so consider bringing the home on wheels along and enjoying the night followed by a lazy Sunday morning breakfast Dashville style.
Touted as the sinister little sister event to the famed Gum Ball music festival, this one-dayer is geared for adults to (leave the kidlets at home and) truly let their hair down and enjoy the finer fruits of winter’s labour. Feast with friends and family on decadent local harvests and fine meats while you warm yourself with a couple drinks by the fire.
In line with age old traditions, 2022 PigSty is about getting together on one of the longest, darkest nights of the year. A secluded laid back, light-hearted day out at Dashville, full of great people, awesome live music, warm tasty food and glorious booze.
If you’ve been to The Gum Ball, then you know what glorious fun PigSty In July is going to be. If you haven’t been to The Gum Ball, ouch, that must hurt, do yourself a favour and don’t miss out on this.