BUSH DOOF: Bohemian Beatfreaks was held at Cherrabah Resort near Warwick in November.
BUSH DOOF: Bohemian Beatfreaks was held at Cherrabah Resort near Warwick in November. Dan Stewart

Beatfreaks organisers reveal bigger festival coming in April

ORGANISERS of a controversial music festival held near Warwick late last year have announced the team will be returning in just a few weeks to host a bigger instalment of the event.

Rabbits Eat Lettuce will be held at Cherrabah Resort following a recent court battle and appeal lodged by the NSW Police.

A message was posted on the festival's Instagram page announcing they would be returning to the venue just outside Warwick from April 18 to 21.

"We are very excited to bring our full production flagship festival to the beautiful Cherrabah location and have already started dreaming of new and interesting ways to utilise the venue," the Instagram message said.

The festival's younger sibling Bohemian Beatfreaks was held over three days at the same location in November after a court battle with NSW police ended with the Land and Environmental Court ruling in the festival's favour.

"If you managed to attend our Bohemian Beatfreaks festival last year you would have seen what our crew managed to accomplish in a short three day event build, now just imagine what is possible when we have all the time we need to create your wonderland," the Instagram message said.

The Rabbits Eat Lettuce festival website states the event is a community and arts based festival that aims to be a place of freedom, love and dance music.

It also states it is an environmentally aware festival that aims to leave no trace with attendees expected to take home everything they bring to the festival grounds.



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