Music lovers flocked in their hundreds to Werribee Park, where Cartell Music and Renault presented this year’s So Frenchy So Chic festival. Celebrating the best of French music, French food and French champagne, So Frenchy So Chic has become one of the highlight events on Melbourne’s social calendar. This year, Sydney gets to join in the fun with the inaugural So Frenchy So Chic event scheduled to take place at St John’s College in Camperdown this weekend.
The weather could not have been any better, with the sun shining down all day and barely a cloud in the sky. Stalls were set up so guests could enjoy traditional and inspired French cuisine such as crepes and creme brulee. Renault also set up a photobooth so attendees could take home a special memento of their day.
Despite style icon Lou Doillon being a last minute withdrawal due to illness, the crowd were not disappointed, with the relaxing melodies of popular French acts Babylon Circus and award winning duo Lilly Wood & the Prick keeping people entertained. So Frenchy So Chic favourite Féfé was back after a successful performance last year, bringing the crowd to their feet, mixing popular tunes such as Gangster’s Paradise and Jump Around, with his unique style of music.
Special guests of Renault enjoyed the VIP area which was located next to the main stage, giving them a great view of the performers and crowd. VIP guests were chauffeured to the venue in the new Renault Clio, the perfect car to get you into the spirit of the festival!
While enjoying the music, Renault’s guests were treated to French inspired picnic boxes containing an assortment of French goodies such as gourmet cheese, pate, french baguettes, mini pickles and delectable French pastries. They also beat the heat with Laurent Perrier champagne and refreshing beverages from Capi Water.
There is still time to book your tickets to the Sydney event. Kids under 12 are welcome for free, so it’s the perfect day out with friends or the family. Click here to book tickets.
Images by Couturing