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The Big Lost Band

Here’s your chance to play in the biggest band you’ve ever seen! Come to The Lost Lands festival armed with instruments, as the front lawn of Werribee Mansion is transformed into a field of rock dreams. Imagine 20 drum kits, 20 basses, 60 guitars, 10 keyboards and a swarm of singers on mics. 

 

In 2019, The Big Lost Band came together for a heroic medley. Featuring Paul Kelly & Kev Carmody’s folk classic “From Little Things Big Things Grow”, Spiderbait’s infectious “Calypso” and rock anthem “Thunderstruck” by AC/DC.  It was chaotic, fun and wonderfully Rock and Roll!

 

All are warmly welcomed to join the rehearsals and band when they open! Registrations for rehearsals will be open to the young, the old and everyone in between. If you’re under 16, you’ll score a two day festival pass (incl. Sat camping) after attending a pre-rehearsal and the final rehearsal. 

 

Festival families will be mentored at The Lost Lands in massive rolling workshops before the big band performance on festival weekend.

THE BIG

LOST BAND

 

Here’s your chance to play in the biggest band you’ve ever seen! Come to The Lost Lands festival armed with instruments, as the front lawn of Werribee Mansion is transformed into a field of rock dreams. Imagine 20 drum kits, 20 basses, 60 guitars, 10 keyboards and a swarm of singers on mics. 

 

In 2019, The Big Lost Band came together for a heroic medley. Featuring Paul Kelly & Kev Carmody’s folk classic “From Little Things Big Things Grow”, Spiderbait’s infectious “Calypso” and rock anthem “Thunderstruck” by AC/DC.  It was chaotic, fun and wonderfully Rock and Roll!

 

All are warmly welcomed to join the rehearsals and band when they open! Registrations for rehearsals will be open to the young, the old and everyone in between. If you’re under 16, you’ll score a two day festival pass (incl. Sat camping) after attending a pre-rehearsal and the final rehearsal. 

 

Festival families will be mentored at The Lost Lands in massive rolling workshops before the big band performance on festival weekend.

The Big Lost Band