Don't have plans for New Year's Eve yet? Well you're in luck because to celebrate the 30th birthday of The Taste Of Tasmania, a special New Year's Eve event has just been announced.

The Taste's New Year's Eve Speakeasy Ball will transport punters back to the roaring twenties to ring in the New Year with a stellar line-up to boot.

Joining a stellar ten-piece band, led by ARIA-winning composer and pianist, Barney McAll, guest singers on the night include Tex Perkins (The Cruel Sea), Ella Hooper (Killing Heidi), Monique Brumby, Mojo Juju and Loretta Miller (Jazz Party).

The festival will also feature performances by The Mighty Duke & The Lords, Jazz Party, Uncle Gus & The Rimshots, Django's Tiger, Saucy Jack & His Ripper Band and burlesque dancer Zelia Rose

Speaking about the anniversary, Festival Director, Brooke Webb, said, “We wanted to celebrate this special anniversary by over-hauling the Festival line-up, making it bigger and better in every aspect and creating events that are lively and unique. 

"The Speakeasy Ball is no exception, bringing those same values with a 1920s-themed party that’s sure to get everyone roaring and swinging into the New Year with delights from Tasmania and beyond!” 

Tickets for the event are on sale now; scroll down to theGuide for all the details. 

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