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Are you an Australian, South African or New Zealander living in London? We’ve got three words for you: come. to. Homelanz!
For those of you who don’t know, Homelanz is a festival that celebrates all things Southern Hemisphere. This will mark their second festival after the success of last year’s event with an impressive line-up and increased attendance expected.
This year’s event will be held on Saturday 16th of June in London’s Boston Manor Park – so not too far for all of those Aussies and Kiwis living in Shepherds Bush. All Abroad UK is proud to be an official partner of Homelanz, which means you can use our special discount code to receive £10 off per ticket. Nice!
So if you’re up for a day out celebrating the best Southern Hemisphere culture, entertainment, music and cuisine then join the thousands of other expats and come along to Homelanz. Aussies, Kiwis and South Africans will be able to reminisce about home, all in a friendly, convenient, leafy corner of West London.
There will be 13 bands over 2 stages, including headliners KORA from New Zealand, Prime Circle from South Africa and Alex Lloyd from Australia. Other great acts include I Am Giant, Anna Coddington, Bowie Jane, Dave Gander, Glenn Aitken, Jayson Norris, Rietta Austin, J.T. Mills Experience, Munkinpure and Melic, as well as DJs in the Silent Disco.
You’ll also be able to sample the best in Southern Hemisphere food, beer and wine. Shepherds Bush's resident pie shop, Jumbucks will be there with their amazing pies and other delights too! Various UK restaurants known for their authentic Southern Hemisphere cuisine will be at the festival, including many owned and managed by internationally-renowned chefs. And wine exhibitors will be showcasing the wonderful diversity of the regions, with a number of smaller producers as well as the big names.
Check out and ‘like’ the official Homelanz page on All Abroad UK to keep updated and like our page on Facebook to receive your special discounted ticket coupon.