Get Your Groove On


Get Your Groove On - 24th February 2018

 "Get Your Groove On" is an Intimate Concert Event held at the Bella Vista Farm Park (in the middle of Sydney's Norwest area), staged over two Saturday's in February 2018.

This is truly the ultimate outdoor experience of food, music and high-standard performances. Music lovers are welcome to immerse themselves in this bohemian gathering, what better way to indulge your senses in sublime food, wine and high-standard variety of music.


"After years of running festivals and concerts in the Hunter Valley, the team behind 'Get Your Groove On' decided it was time to bring a little Hunter Valley cool to Sydney", said GRANT SMITH - SOUND ADDICTION Event Management. "'Get Your Groove On' is all about indulgence in a fun and relaxed atmosphere.

"Think Hunter Valley Wine, Boutique Beers, amazing foods, massage stations, dancing on the grass, lights in the trees, tarot reading, funky stalls, great A-List music and lots, lots more......

It's time to escape the everyday life, "get your groove on", and be transported to someplace special".

Saturday 24th February 2018 features:

Pete Murray

Thirsty Merc

Andy Golledge Band


and more to come...

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Ticket Prices

Ticket Type Price
General Admission - ADULT - (1st Release)
* excludes additional costs of $3.95
Extra Info
General Admission - YOUTH - (13 - 17 yrs)
* excludes additional costs of $3.95
Extra Info
Picnic Hamper for 2 - Regular Option
* excludes additional costs of $3.95
Picnic Hamper for 2 - Gluten Free Option
* excludes additional costs of $3.95
Picnic Hamper for 2 - Vegetarian Option
* excludes additional costs of $3.95

Dates & Times

Date Times
Saturday 24 February 3:00pm - 10:00pm

The Venue

Bella Vista Farm, Sydney


Norwest Blvd & Elizabeth MacArthur Drive
Bella Vista
NSW 2153

Contact Details

Phone: (02) 9843 0112

Bella Vista Farm

Norwest Blvd & Elizabeth MacArthur Drive,

Bella Vista NSW 2153

Bella Vista Farm boasts a string of past owners and farm uses that contributed significantly to the development of Australian agriculture, including the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus fruit industry.

The site is an intact farm including homestead and out-buildings dating from the original grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799. The Farm is one of the best surviving examples of a hilltop farm in the metropolitan area. Discover the history of the Farm and how its history was rediscovered thus ensuring its survival.