Launceston’s ‘Music In The Park’ series returns

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The popular Music In The Park series takes place again this year at Launceston's City Park every Sunday in January.

Tasmanian musical quartet, Azimus, kicked off the event on January 6, providing smooth sounds for a wonderful summer day out at the park.

"You bring your family, you pack a picnic, you sit on the grass and enjoy the entertainment," said Launceston mayor Albert van Zetten.

"It costs nothing and it's a fantastic way to while away a summer day."

Make sure to also bring the children along for some fun with free activities such as train rides and a jumping castle available for the kids.

Music In The Park will take place on January 13, 20 and 27 featuring St Andrews Caledonian Pipe Band and West Tamar Municipal Band, Steve Henty and Dan Callahan, and Stolen Moments.

There will also be a Music In The Parks event happening on January 26 to celebrate Australia Day, with the City of Launceston RSL Band in attendance.

So make sure to keep your next few Sundays free and to load up your picnic hamper with summer snacks for Launceston's Music In The Park.

Launceston's Music in The Park

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