On Saturday, the main Festival Day, events will be held at St. Paul's Park, with smaller gigs on in Major Tom's, right next door to the main festival space. A wide variety of different performers and musical styles is on offer, with something for all tastes.
Full details of all performers can be found on the program.
Tickets are available online and are priced as follows:
Friday Night: $38.80 Saturday: Adults $79.60, Children (12-17) $43.90 Under 12's are free
Food trucks will be on-site at St Paul's Park with a range of tasty options and licensed bars will be operating. Food is also available right next door at Major Tom's and Kyneton's Piper Street has a great range of cafes, bakeries, restaurants, bars and a pub. You are not permitted to bring alcohol into the Festival, only sealed or empty plastic drink bottles can be brought into the site.
The organisers recommend a hat and sunscreen for during the day and warm clothes for the evening, as even in Spring, Kyneton can get quite chilly. You are welcome to bring along picnic rugs, chairs and umbrellas.
Kyneton is located in the Macedon Ranges, 87km NW of Melbourne - an easy one hour drive up the Calder Freeway. Follow the signposts and take the first exit left into Kyneton.
Alternatively, trains to Kyneton leave regularly from Southern Cross Station on the Bendigo Line and take approximately 1 hour. On Saturday, shuttle buses will meet the trains arriving between 11am and 3pm and drop you to the festival site.