Mordialloc Food, Wine & Music Festival coming soon!
A massive line-up of musicians headlined by breakthrough indie rock band Kingswood on Saturday and Aussie music legend Russell Morris on Sunday are set to draw the crowds to Kingston’s two-day Mordialloc Food, Wine & Music Festival.
The much-loved annual event is on Saturday 28 February and Sunday 1 March at Peter Scullin Reserve, Beach Rd, Mordialloc. It will feature non-stop music across three stages, roving performers, chef demonstrations, gourmet food and wine stalls, rides, children’s activities and more.
Mordialloc by the Bay Fine Food, Wine and Music Festival is Kingston’s most well-attended event in Kingston’s season of festivals. It is renowned for attracting legendary musicians, up-and-coming bands, top chefs and a mouth-watering selection of gourmet food, regionally-made wines and boutique beers.
The festival runs from 11am to 10.30pm on Saturday and 11am to 6pm on Sunday and is expected to attract more than 60,000 people over two days to the magnificent Mordialloc foreshore.
The Mordialloc Food, Wine & Music Festival is a family-friendly event with no BYO or dogs allowed.
While parking is available in Mordialloc around the festival site, patrons are encouraged to use public transport to attend the event.
A free shuttle bus will run each day of the festival from Parkdale Station to the festival (and back) stopping all bus stops every 20 minutes.
The Mordialloc Food, Wine and Music Festival is presented by the City of Kingston and sponsored by Bank of Melbourne and Quest.
For further details visit www.kingston.vic.gov.au or call 1300 653 356.
Almost 50 bands featuring rock, pop, blues, jazz, folk and country will perform across three stages during the two-day festival including:
Melbourne rockers Kingswood have taken the country by storm touring with Grinspoon, The Living End and even Aerosmith as well as performing on the festival circuit at Big Day Out, Splendour In The Grass, Pyramid Rock and more.
Australian music legend Renee Geyer has been thrilling audiences for four decades with her jazz, blues and soul hits. She has performed with the likes of Stevie Wonder, Sting and Joe Cocker.
Russell Morris is one of Australia’s most enduring singers. A major pop star in the late ‘60s, with major hits including international smash The Real Thing, he went on to become one of the country’s first singer songwriters.
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Food & Wine
Enjoy the world on a plate with a host of food offerings from across the world, watch chef demonstrations, browse market stalls featuring gourmet products and sip on wine, beer and cider from some of Melbournes best including local favourites 2 Brothers Brewery, Mordialloc Cellar Door and Northway Downs.
Chef Ryan Harris: from Black Rock newcomer Ebenezer Coffee and Wine Bar, will demonstrate some of his favourite recipes honed from his years working in top restaurants including Circa, Pei Modern and the Richmond Hill Cafe and Larder.
Spice CRATE: They bring the Deep South to Down Under demonstrating a range of delicious salsa, sauces and rubs learnt in his youth spent in Texas.
The Spice People: Founder Liz Edgecombe presents recipes that embrace food that comes straight from the farm to the table. Learn how to introduce herbs and spices to your cooking for healthier, tastier meals the whole family with love.
For a full rundown of festival performers and events see kingston.vic.gov.au