The Corinbank team have sent through details for their second bite at running a festival this year after record rainfall forced a much lamented postponement earlier this month.
Rain will not dampen the Corinbank spirit and – after copping an unprecedented 370mm in the Brindabellas over the scheduled festival week – Corinbank is making a courageous comeback from 30 November – 2 December 2012 to give patrons the immersive experience they know and love. All purchased tickets are valid for the new date.
Corinbank’s inclusive celebration of life, music, art and creativity has earned it a strong allegiance, which saw an outpouring of generosity following the agonising decision, made a day before the festival, to postpone the event to ensure the safety of patrons.
“Everyone’s been fantastic” said General Manager Amy Moon. “We’ve had offers of support from artists and musicians as far afield as New York, our suppliers have been very cooperative, and we’ve received nothing but praise from our patrons for what proved to be the correct decision to postpone with no complaints or requests for refunds from unhappy campers. It’s unheard of in the industry, and we’d sincerely like to thank our loyal patrons for their support”
This show of support is confirmation of the unforgettable experience that Corinbank has delivered over the past three festivals. Corinbank 2012 [Take 2] will be no different, promoting Australian bands and artists, exposing people to new ideas, and showcasing the beautiful Brindabella Mountains. The new line-up will be announced in due course.
To alleviate the anticipation and make the wait a little shorter, Corinbank is partying from now until November at a series of Sunday sessions. Details will be provided shortly.