AFTER the horror show of 2020, Bright's mid-winter festival Darker Days will rise from the ashes this month.
Australian live roots legend Kim Churchill will headline the line-up for Bright Brewery's annual event, which runs July 16 to 18.
Saturday's main program will offer 10 hours of live music.
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Bright Brewery marketing manager Laura Gray said while the core elements of Darker Days would remain the same, the 2021 festival would be the biggest yet.
"It's been a long time in between drinks at Darker Days and we know festival-goers are just as keen to get to Bright as we are to see them," she said.
"Having missed 2020, we thought we'd come back with a bang for 2021."
Early Bird prices are available for those keen to lock in their plans early, and a weekend-long
VIP Darker Pass is available for those who want to immerse themselves in the dark side.
Tickets are now on sale: brightbrewery.com.au/darkerdays
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