Due to the Australian government’s restrictions on gatherings of people, the Lah-Lah It’s Showtime live tour has been cancelled. We are hoping to be able to announce our Christmas tour soon, so stay tuned. Upon request, all It’s Showtime tickets purchased will be transferrable to a future Lah-Lah event or fully refundable.

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Mount Panorama NSW

29th February 2020

Inland Sea Of Sound

Lah-Lah’s Big Live Band Will be performing at the Inland Sea Of Sound 2020!

The Inland Sea of Sound festival is situated at the summit of Wahluu – Mount Panorama, a site of deep spiritual significance for the local Wiradyuri people. The festival takes place each year with the blessing and cooperation of the local Aboriginal Elders.

In recent decades the mountain has become a testing ground for a different form of initiation as racing car drivers vie to become the “King of the mountain” on a race track which has gained an international reputation as one of the finest motor racing venues in the world.

Now on the summit of Wahluu we mark the coming together of many cultural traditions, honouring the resilience and generosity of the Wiradyuri people and celebrating our shared present and future.

The Inland Sea of Sound Festival is one of the leading cultural events of central New South Wales, a major festival of music, arts and culture staged in an iconic location on the grounds of Wahluu – Mount Panorama.

The festival aims to bring people of the Bathurst area together along with visitors to the region to celebrate original Australian live music and art from a variety of cultural origins; to honour and promulgate the culture of the Wiradyuri people; to offer opportunities to local musicians and artists and to provide a defining, high quality annual event for a broad audience that enhances the cultural vibrancy of the Bathurst region and contributes to Bathurst’s growing reputation as the premier inland centre for culture and creativity.


Bathurst Regional Council
(02) 6333 6161


Parking Information
Car parking will be available once you enter the site from McPhillamy Park, prior to the festival pedestrian entrance. It will then be less than a five minute walk to the festival gate. A disabled parking area will be situated adjacent to the entry gate.
Important Information
The entrance to the festival site is via McPhillamy Park. Turn into McPhillamy Park from Skyline drive and then turn right to Reid and Sulman Park.


Wahluu – Mount Panorama
Mount Panorama, NSW 2795 Australia + Google Map