The City of Kingston's Mordialloc Food, Wine & Music Festival returns on the weekend of 2 & 3 March 2019 with an amazing line-up of non-stop music across three stages, roving performers, gourmet food and wine stalls, rides, kids activities and much more!
This is an unmissable weekend, packed full of great music, gourmet food & drinks and kids' activities. The fun kicks off at 11am on Saturday 2nd March at Peter Scullin Reserve.
Against the stunning backdrop of the beach and Mordialloc Pier, you and your family can enjoy live music by acclaimed local and international artists, including Vaudeville Smash, Ash Grunwald, Blackeyed Susans, Darren Middleton, Bec Sandrige and Mia Dyson and many more.
You can catch live music in the Freeza Chill-Out area, an alcohol-free area run by local youth or at the Jam Cafe, where you can enjoy intimate 45 minute jam sessions.
Your taste buds will also be singing too with a variety of exciting matched food and drink offerings over the weekend. Highlights include Moorabbin's own industrial BBQ specialists, Big Pig Little Pig, teaming up with Wolf of the Willow to create organic free-range slow-cooked meats rubbed with a special blend of spices.
Bargo Events and Nomad's Table Catering will dish up meat and vegetarian platters with a beer pairing, and Melbourne Paella Company will also create premium paella matched with sangria. Cooked fresh on sight, enjoy watching the experience unfold before your eyes. Gluten, dairy and nut free. Vegan/vegetarian and halal options are available at this event.
Adding to the festive atmosphere are roving performers providing family-friendly fun, plus The Whale's Tale, a cool and interactive show featuring large scale inflatables, puppets and performers. Kids will also love Twinkles Face Painting and Balloon Twisting.
Mordialloc Food, Wine and Music Festival is a smoke-free event and no dogs, chairs, shade structures or BYO alcohol are allowed.
Festival hours have been extended this year due to popular demand:
Peter Scullin Reserve is located on Beach Road, Mordialloc. Limited parking in surrounding streets. Walking, cycling or using public transport is recommended.
Mordi Fest is a short walk from Mordialloc Train Station. The following buses travel to Mordialloc: 705, 706, 708, 709, 811, 811/812, 812, 903. Plan your journey at ptv.vic.gov.au
Mordialloc Food, Wine and Music Festival is a must visit this March! There is a small entry fee for the festival - $2 for individuals and $5 for families and all are welcome.