The Reservoir Stomp is back on December 4 at the iconic Preston-Reservoir Bowls Club and it’s set to be the biggest suburban shindig of the year.

Since 2016 the Reservoir Stomp has grown to become a cherished local music and arts festival celebrating all that Reservoir has to offer, run by longtime Rezza residents Emma Peel (Switched On) and her husband Danny Walsh. The budget is tiny, but the love is boundless, resulting in stellar festival programming that bridges top Australian artists to local school choirs and bands, spanning a variety of genres and representing the cultural diversity found within postcode 3073.

This year’s line-up includes: ARIA-award nominated musician and Reservoir resident MO'JU, post-punk outfit PINCH POINTS, and nine piece ensemble from Senegal, Cuba, Mali, Guinea, Gambia, and Australia AUSECUMA BEATS. Plus the first Australian female led soundsystem, HOUSEWIFE'S CHOICE and DJs, renowned physical theatre ensemble BORN IN A TAXI, Brazilian samba outfit WOMBATUQUE, BOXWARS workshops, RESERVOIR VIEWS PRIMARY CHOIR, barefoot bowling comps, local food and beverage vendors, and heaps more.

Bring yourself, your friends, your family for a day of music, performance art, bowls and rad times in Reservoir.

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