Following its 11th event this year, Secret Garden Festival has announced it will say goodbye.
The NSW party will go down one last time from 22-23 February.
“We have known for a long time that Secret Garden 2019 would be our last year,” festival organisers said in a statement today.
“We have always wanted to go out with a big bang and the stars have aligned for this year to be the perfect time to drop the mic and say, Secret Garden – 11 and out.
“We started Secret Garden because we desperately wanted a different kind of festival experience. A festival less about the headliners and irritable crowds, and more about getting together a community of good people, in over-the-top costumes and creating a world where patrons participate rather than just spectate.
“We may reappear in some other form in the future. But as a wise person once said, always leave a party when you’re still having fun.”
Secret Garden has hosted sets from some of Australia’s biggest acts in previous years, including Gang Of Youths, The Jezabels and DZ Deathrays.
Tickets for the last Secret Garden are on sale now; for more details, check out the festival website.