A THREE-day arts, music and cultural festival called Pangaea is planned for next month at Buckland.
Organisers say their vision is to unite people in celebration and knowledge through sharing music and culture with a focus on a sustainable future.
A varied program of music will be performing including local and national artists such as Yothu Yindi, Baker Boy, Tom Thum, Little Quirks and The Public Opinion Afro Orchestra as well as circus performances.
Tasmania’s very own Terrapin Puppet Theatre will also perform. The IBIS (International Bin Integration Services) will be on show, training birds commonly known as Tip Ducks to keep the world clean and tidy, with hilarious consequences.
The event starts on Friday, February 11, and winds up on Monday, February 14. Camping is encouraged.
The event will take place at Stonehurst, Buckland, on a farm owned by the Mace family.
Further information is available at http://www.pangaeafestival.com.au.